Hampshire Cricket History


Now we are six
March 28, 2016, 6:37 am
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In the past week this Blog reached its sixth birthday. When it started we held the C&G Trophy after beating Sussex at Lord’s and we won more trophies in 2010 and 2012 (x2). There was that promotion of course, but maybe it’s time for another triumph?

Meanwhile, thank you for all your support and interest. Six more years? Maybe …

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Happy Birthday 🎉

Comment by joster69

Well done

Comment by Ageas

Many thanks – cricket tomorrow but not as warm as Barbados, Jo …

Comment by pompeypop

At least there is some play so far……..not sure I have enough layers if I manage to get there tomorrow afternoon………

Comment by joster69

Happy birthday blog. Well done Dave. And what about a Championship win this year!

Comment by Bob Murrell

Congratulations Dave on the sixth anniversary of THE BLOG!
Your new book, ‘FOREVER CHANGES’ is a must read – a must buy for all lovers of cricket, and indeed for all who are interested in social change since 1960. In my humble opinion your Magnum Opus and Stephen Chalke’s ‘Summers Crown’ complement each other in terms of historical record, comment,
and beautifully written thought provoking material to compare the past, present and future of a recreational game that has evolved into an international corporate business. May you enjoy many more years of blogging – I’m sure your readers will!

Comment by Punchy

Bless you Alan – that’s very kind. Thank you so much

See you very soon!

Comment by pompeypop




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