Hampshire Cricket History


Reasons to be cheerful
April 18, 2016, 5:56 pm
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Dave Hove

Sunshine, deckchair, grass beneath my feet, coffee & a bacon sarnie and at this point (around 10.45am) I hadn’t of course started following the score at Headingley and I was yet to hear about the 2ndXI v Surrey. I was thinking of going to watch that on Wednesday but maybe not. I said below that Hampshire weren’t playing today but I will excuse the skipper from that observation. His effort today is precisely the kind of innings he needs to play if he’s to get in the Test side, so well done James.

Otherwise? Well the worst day in Hampshire’s history will always be day three v Yorkshire at Bournemouth in 1974. If you include the 2nd XI, today might be the runner-up! There again, there’s always tomorrow.

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Interview by KJ with Dale B this evening: Worth a listen, at least ref injuries and loans …

https://audioboom.com/boos/4448399-listen-hantscricket-trail-by-452-coach-dale-benkenstein-after-day-2-v-yorks

Comment by pompeypop

Oh well, at least our coach thought it was funny.

Comment by James




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