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Cox has been associated with Worcestershire for some years, having played at Under-13, Under-15 and Under-17 level, although not originally as a wicket-keeper.
Cox was called up to make his first-class debut, aged 17, in Worcestershire's penultimate County Championship match of 2009, against Somerset at Taunton. he scored 61 in his only innings of a drawn match; keeping wicket, his first first-class dismissal was that of Marcus Trescothick, stumped for 72. He was awarded a four-year contract by Worcestershire later that year.
Cox did not establish himself as Worcestershire's first choice wicket-keeper until 2014 when he was 22 years of age. In that season he scored his first first-class century (against Essex) and was described by former-England wicket-keeper James Foster as "...one of the best young keepers I have ever seen." 
In 2018 Vitality Blast Finals day, Cox played a key part in Worcestershire's win. In the Semi-Final, against Lancashire he scored 55* and in the final, against Sussex made 46*, scoring the winning runs. He was made Player of the Match in both games to become to first player to receive two such awards in one day .
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- "Englishman Ben Cox on board for Otago for Super Smash tournament". Otago Daily Times. Retrieved 2 February 2019.