Hampshire Cricket History


Day Three
April 12, 2016, 7:31 pm
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I thought it was a fascinating day but in the end, Ian Bell has been a class above everyone else and Hampshire, without Topley, have had to rely mostly on Edwards for wickets, although Dawson bowled a commendably tight spell (and might have had Bell stumped in the 90s).

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Ryan McLaren celebrates his first wicket of the season (Sam Hain)

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The two captains, Vince and Bell, watch Dawson bowling to Woakes during the partnership that shifted the balance clearly to Warwickshire

Question of the Day: Vince took a wicket, Smith bowled and Alsop – who bowled two overs for the 2nd XI last year – had an over

Why did Ervine not bowl?

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Is Sean currently fit for bowling?

Good to catch up with you in the sunshine earlier ☀️

Comment by joster69

Maybe not Jo. Good to see you too – like a midsummer day!

Comment by pompeypop

Time for mcmanus to be given a go soon? Excellent form in pre season, where as Sean unfortunately had a poor time of it

Comment by Hugsy

Is it perhaps time to give mcmanus an opportunity. Impressive whenever he’s been given a chance

Comment by Hugo smith

There will be at least one bowling change at Headingley – Crane or Wheal for Topley?

Comment by pompeypop

Ervine is not alone, just like last season the top order is struggling

Comment by Paul




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