Hampshire Cricket History

Sean Terry
June 24, 2016, 12:42 pm
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At Arundel, Sean is 45* and sharing a century partnership for the fourth wicket with Rob Keogh. Well done Sean! (Eventually out for 54)

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Meanwhile England’s XI is unchanged so no place for Vince while the umpires are carrying arm guards that look like transparent tennis racquets strapped to their left arms.

Comment by pompeypop

‘Cos Jason Roy is soooo good!

Comment by Paul

That’ll teach me

Comment by Paul

I was at Arundel and Sean batted very positively and well deserved his fifty.

Rossington then destroyed the very poor Sussex attack scoring 138 not out at better than a run a ball.

Wells provided the spin bowling option and was very threatening – to the folks sat on the bank behind him as he was repeatedly smashed back over his head.

The non-selected Danny Briggs was not available for comment but crying could be heard from the players’ area.

(No problems accessing the members’ area via the reciprocal agreement which, as usual, allowed members rates in the car park).

Comment by James

I was also at Arundel, and was pleased to see Terry do well and also to find a beer tent with a dozen ales to choose from. But the day took a downward turn when Southern railways cancelled my first two trains home,,resulting in an 80 minute wait at Arundel followed by 90 minutes standing on a jammed train to Clapham.

Comment by Hedgehog

I spotted the beer tent too Hedgehog although not drinking when I drive I didn’t step inside.

Sorry to hear about your transport problems. Interestingly talking to the Northants opener Rob Newton whilst he was fielding on the boundary he said the team were staying close to Brighton Marina as the club hadn’t realised it was the Goodwood Festival of Speed and all the local hotels were booked so he wasn’t expecting to get back to base very quickly either!

Comment by James

Cheers James. Sorry for Briggs but maybe as with Bates our disappointments for those two are now to be measured against the judgements of other teams. As for Jason Roy, Paul, that’s the trouble with sport huh? Can you ever really ‘know’? Mind you one sure fire result today: Northern Ireland REMAIN v Wales EXIT …

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