Hampshire Cricket History

July 11, 2016, 2:39 pm
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Hampshire lose five wickets for nine runs: Shameful – drop the lot!!

PS: Hants’ sixth highest total v Warwicks but highest in Warwickshire

PPS: Surrey 2nd XI 199 all out – Tomlinson 2-34 best bowling. Weatherley out already for Hants.

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I can confirm that this is the most dramatic loss of Hampshire’s last five wickets on a Monday afternoon in Birmingham with a former wicketkeeper not out for 200+

Comment by pompeypop

Dave, You never fail to astound me with your ability with statistics – I bet Bob M. had a teeny weeny bit of input!

Comment by John West

I suspect Bob is much too sensible to get involved in some of my ‘enterprises’ …

Comment by pompeypop

More to the point, it’s most dramatic loss of Hampshire’s last five wickets on a Monday afternoon in Birmingham with a former wicketkeeper not out for 200 which has occurred on the Monday after Hampshire have fielded their youngest 14-man squad for a Friday night floodlit match since 1909.
Or not

Comment by Ageas

Wheater now averages 57.91 in first class this season after his career best of 204no. Pity he ran out of partners.

Comment by Tigger Miles

He’s not bad is he?

Comment by pompeypop

Lazy keeper though! Boom boom!

Comment by Paul

Seconds 70+ for 1 at tea. Wind playing havoc with the scoreboard, and no rain, but very adjacent to the North.
One of the openers was hit on the helmet, and hads to leave the field.

Comment by Bob Elliott

Harry Dearden batting at 3 according to CricHQ Bob.

We are currently123-2 after Surrey were dismissed for 199 or rather they were 199-9 innings closed. The missing man seems to be Mark Foottitt who (according to CricHQ) is the seventh bowler used by Surrey. Perhaps the unbearable South African was right when he said it was a long way from London to Southampton which is why Mr Fottitt didn’t make it in time?

Comment by James

Later it’s 158-2 with Duggan 80* and Goodwin 16*. Hampshire’s day in both matches!

Comment by pompeypop

Just read this slightly worrying story about Carberry.

Hopefully just a journalist adding two and two and making five in order to find a “story”.

Comment by James

That’s a worrying story. He certainly was quite unwell a few seasons ago. Let’s hope he’ll be OK but I can’t see ANY reason to rush him back for this year’s T20!

Comment by pompeypop

Not sure whether to laugh or cry about this

One arch neoliberal organistaion about to shaft another arch neoliberal organisation!

Comment by Paul

I wouldn’t lose any sleep about ECB possibly losing the opportunity to rake in more money which will never find its way to the counties.

Comment by James

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