Hampshire Cricket History


On the field
May 30, 2016, 7:27 am
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The new boy, Joe Weatherley – probably a first Championship innings today. This was shortly after a novelty – a real toss with both sides wanting to bat first.

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Middlesex won that and at 11.30 were wondering whether it was worth it. By the evening, in brighter (but still cold) weather they were sure – here Simpson drives past Adams with Weatherley and Wheater watching:

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Incidentally I never did spot anyone buying an ice cream! Below: Malan departs after a fine innings – Hampshire’s only success from 11.30-6.30

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I did buy an ice cream although that possibility seemed very remote at this time yesterday. Am at work about 5 miles away and it will be another cold start for players, spectators and commentators today.

Comment by Ian

It’s not sweltering in Southsea today either Ian – will I get my ice cream? At Northwood, it’s a wind roaring down from the North Sea but it would help if there was an Ingleby-Mackenzie stand to shelter in – although it would rather spoil the attractiveness of the ground. It’ll be chilly on top of Broadhalfpenny Down today.

Comment by pompeypop

I did buy a ice cream at Merchant Taylors School yesterday and very enjoyable it was too…..no prices listed by vendor so difficult to choose from a long menu of delights. The Coffee van did a roaring trade I think…
As for the cricket, well not a good day at the office was it….

Comment by John Cottrell




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