Hampshire Cricket History


Playing Prospects?
May 29, 2015, 11:35 am
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Cardiff tonight is free from rain on the forecast but Sunday and Tuesday look dodgy

However, Pompey was due for plenty of rain this morning, clearing early afternoon. In fact (12.30pm) we’ve not had a drop

So I’m quietly confident of a heatwave starting Sunday morning …

Hants v Glams in T20:

We didn’t play them until 2010
2010 Lost and Won
2011 Won & No Result
Then another gap
2014 Lost & Won
So P6 Won 3 Lost 2 with one NR
2010 lowest score by both: Hants 114-9 (20), Glams 115-3 (19.2)
Glams lowest losing score was 120-9 in 2011
Vince scored 77 in 2010, Briggs 3-26 last year, Wood 3-27 in 2010

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Sorry folks one hour later and it’s pouring here! I’ll keep quiet

Comment by pompeypop

I went out early evening, back around 6.15 and watched England drop three fairly straightforward catches in eight balls. If they still employ a fielding coach, why?

Comment by pompeypop

Very good point Dave. It would be interesting to know how many slip catches Cook has dropped and how many runs that has cost England. Quite a few, I suspect. He’s certainly no Mike Barnard, one of the safest slips I can recall.

Comment by David Wilson

You’re right David – he was a stunning slip fielder. Mind you Dawson is pretty good too

Comment by pompeypop

There we are then, Cardiff free from rain on the forecast so RSP. I’ve no idea who is ahead on D/L?

All irrelevant, play resumed, Hampshire won well after a bad start and Chris Wood’s 4-16 the best for Hants v Glams

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