Hampshire Cricket History

July 27, 2013, 6:13 am
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After last night,

Hampshire have 13 points, Max poss 17 points. (To play: Kent, Middx)

Surrey Have 12 points, Max poss 14 points. (To play: Essex)

Essex have 11 points, Max poss 13 points. (To play: Surrey)

Middlesex have 10 points, Max poss 12 points. (To play: Hampshire)

The first tie-break is always results between the two sides so if Hampshire finish level with either Surrey or Essex, Hampshire will be ahead since they have the best results against those two sides

If Hampshire finish top they get a home quarter-final draw worth perhaps £100,000 – indeed probably worth more to the club than the final.

So, if Essex beat Surrey in that last match it won’t matter what Hampshire do in their last two games, they will be top. If Surrey beat Essex Hampshire need to win one of their last two (or two ties!). It’s quite likely that three sides from this division will go through.

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The tie break is firstly run rate followed by results between teams (see cricinfo).



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