Hampshire Cricket History


You Wheally Got Them
August 16, 2016, 4:02 pm
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This Wheal’s on Fire

The Wheal Thing

Take your pick (more?)

I didn’t listen to a single ball after those few yesterday morning! Very difficult

Shame about Surrey but the chance is there again and 1-2-3 v Notts!

Wheal, Brad

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A shame about Surrey but the table has closed up behind them. Lancs 139, Somerset 138, Warks 134, Durham 133 with Hampshire on 117 theoretically only a good win in points terms behind. Two of them Somerset and Durham have a game in hand but we do play them so who knows?

Comment by Ian

Really pleased for young Brad.

Comment by James

In the match overall, Alsop, Crane, McManus and Wheal all made valuable contributions. Treat them right and they could be the basis of 10+ years ahead!

Comment by pompeypop

Brilliant win and 4 very good days cricket. It’s amazing what we can do when a wicket is produced that allows runs to be scored and wickets to be taken. I’m hoping we might try it at the Ageas Bowl some time

Comment by Andy

Sad that so few made the trip – Trent Bridge seems to me to be the most hospitable ground on the circuit: staff and supporters. As last year, people came up to us after the game to wish us well, to say farewell, to congratulate us and to shake our hands. Wonderful.
So pleasing to see all the kids come good.

Comment by Ageas

Well, 6 of the Notts batsmen in the second innings went off singing ‘You Wheally Got Me’

Comment by Ageas

And as I sit on the train home, I ask whether it’s true that they’re about to re-issue Brad Sure’s directory.
Ouch! Sorry!

Comment by Ageas

Trent Bridge was great, the crowd and stewards very friendly. We sat in front of the players balcony and it was good to hear the constant encouragement when we were batting. Daws’ cover drive in the 2nd innings was the shot of the game according to the encouraging Hampshire players.

Comment by Paul

And spectators were allowed into the outfield.

Comment by Paul




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