Hampshire Cricket History


Two Matches Tomorrow
June 1, 2016, 7:55 pm
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The first one is Hants (‘2nds’) v Combined Services. We’ve played them before

1948 at Aldershot. Jimmy Gray was making his first-class debut and Derek Shackleton had made his in the previous game. With Leo Harrison who first played in 1939, they won the Championship in 1961. Gray & Harrison are still alive. PBH (Peter) May made his first-class debut for the Services side who also included Hampshire’s JE Manners.

Hampshire 269 (Shackleton 69, Waldron 52, Deighton 5-78) beat Combined Services 99 (Hill 6-31) & 110 (Hill 6-63) by an innings & 60 runs

1949 at Portsmouth: Combined Services 237 (RG Wilson 100, Walker 5-40) & 264 (Oakman 79*, Dean 6-73) lost to Hampshire 335 (Rogers 107, Walker 69) & 168-5 (Guard 58, Blake 54, Gay 4-57) by five wickets

In both first-class matches in the 1940s the Combined Services sides were strengthened by National Servicemen who played county and Test cricket.

1963 at Portsmouth not first-class: Hampshire 353-5 dec (Gray 105, Horton 75, Sainsbury 72)  & 45-4 beat Combined Services 158 (Moylan-Jones 62, Cottam 4-38) & (following on) 239 (Moylan-Jones 97, White 7-56) by 6 wickets.

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This is not a tip but thought I might alert you to a horse running in the 2.10 at Lingfield today with a Hampshire connection. Ingleby Mckenzie trained by Mick Channon a 9/2 shot at present.

Comment by Ian

Came in 12th of 14. On the bright side no points deductions!

Comment by James

Hah! lovely story. H2nds beat CS today by 38 runs. Jake Goodwin 59 and 1-10, Felix Organ 35* and 1-17, Brad Wheal 2-26, Ryan Stevenson batted and bowled. Photos tomorrow.

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