A wet and blustery fourth day brought a premature conclusion to Nottinghamshire's Vitality County Championship contest with Worcestershire.

Heavy downpours coupled with strong gusts of wind prevented any play from getting underway on the fourth and final day of the match, umpires abandoning the match at just after 2.30pm with the forecast in West Bridgford continuing to look bleak.

In their second innings, Notts ended day three on 151/7, 191 runs ahead of their visitors.

With the addition of three bowling and three batting bonus points from the first innings, Notts take a total of 14 points from the fixture - Worcestershire taking 13.

The Green and Golds now turn their attention to Somerset, making the trip down to Taunton for their first away fixture of the new season on Friday 19 April (11am start).