Hampshire Cricket History

And they’re off (again)
June 3, 2016, 4:25 pm
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After a leisurely seven weeks with five Championship games and just one T20 (maximum 21 of 49 days) this period is bonkers. From the start of the MTs game last Sunday, Hampshire in a twelve day period play ten days of cricket, with seven different matches, and three different tournaments. Then they get four days off then play three matches in three days.

No wonder they need a sit down!


Some info – nothing very remarkable in these games

Hampshire v Glamorgan T20: 2003-2015

Hants P8 Won 4 Lost 3 Abd 1

Glams Record: SF in 2004, QFs in 2008 & 2014

Hants highest 199-5 at the Rose Bowl in 2010

Glams highest 181-7 at the Ageas Bowl in 2015

Hants highest innings JHK Adams 100* at the Rose Bowl in 2010

Glams highest v Hants J Rudolph 77 at the Ageas Bowl in 2015

Hampshire lowest 114-9 at Cardiff in 2010

Glams lowest 120-9 at the Rose Bowl in 2011

Hampshire best bowling (wickets) CP Wood 4-15 at Cardiff in 2015

Glamorgan best bowling (wickets) GG Wagg 4-27 at Cardiff in 2015

Closest finish: Hampshire won by 6 runs at Cardiff in 2014


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Apparently Sammy is fit but Carberry still not sure (one hour to go)

Comment by pompeypop

Actually a bit unfair to Jimmy, 100* rather special. Apologies Jimmy.

Comment by Dave Allen

Power play last night 47-1 and won. Tonight 48-2 and ???

Comment by Dave Allen

At halftime, doesn’t look enough.

Comment by Dave Allen

At full time it wasn’t. Stuffed, despite good spells by the spinners, especially Liam. Despite last night’s tight win its been a pretty lousy week since last Friday.

Comment by Dave Allen

8 matches tonight, 6 won chasing

Comment by Dave Allen

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