Hampshire Cricket History


And the prospects are …
March 30, 2017, 6:30 am
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As you might expect, the panel talked up Hampshire’s prospects, with the hope of far fewer injuries and the new signings. Giles White said it is the strongest squad in his time and they were not looking at avoiding relegation but towards the other end of the table (Rob Key incidentally fancies them in this month’s Cricketer)

But as far as I can recall, and despite all the recent excitement, no one mentioned the white-ball game …

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Hampshire fielding at Hove (50-over game) – KJ report at mid-day – Sussex 64-3. Wheal, Stevenson, Hart, one wicket each.

Red-ball game tomorrow . . .

Comment by Bob Elliott

Some Hampshire cricket history here from Jon Hotten aka theoldbatsman on bowlers from my home village

http://theoldbatsman.blogspot.co.uk/2017/03/cricket-psychogeography-number-2-fast.html

Comment by Ian

Devon 300+ for 7, at tea at the ‘Bowl . . .

Comment by Bob Elliott

Sussex batting in a 45-over ‘red-ball’ game today. Topley and Abbott opened the bowling. Hampshire won a ‘thrilling’ game yesterday, says KJ.

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