Hampshire Cricket History


Return of a Champion!!
April 2, 2017, 10:20 am
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I’m excited. David O’Sullivan has opened the bowling at the Ageas Bowl

Where’s Tom?

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But sadly, the only Hampshire-born player lasted just 19 minutes. On his most welcome return, ‘Carbs’ took 32 balls and 45 minutes to get off the mark.

Comment by pompeypop

Carbs is now 71* with Slug in the 20’s in a 129-3.

Comment by John Cottrell

A hundred for Carbs. How pleasing that must be for him. 204-5 with a fifty for Slug.

Comment by John Cottrell

Blimey – Alsop three ducks in a row now … Richard Scott once had an experience a bit like that at Pompey (late 1980s) and wandered off in a daze, miles from the pavilion (although appropriately towards the bar)

Comment by pompeypop

Excellent news about Carbs – but from a distance, the rest of it looks a bit ‘ordinary’? Maybe there are demons in the pitch and Fidel will take 8-5 (no one’s allowed to better 8-4)

Comment by pompeypop

Indeed no tail wagging today…and Alsop failing again after a poor winter.

Comment by John Cottrell

Asher Hart has a wicket to add to a run on the first day of his Hampshire debut. I wonder how many players have done that? (I don’t know and I ain’t looking!)

Comment by pompeypop

16 wickets – where’s Tony Pigot?

Comment by Dave Allen

I’m afraid all the University sides are taking a bit of a battering. Is it time to stop calling these mis-matches first-class?

Comment by Bob Elliott

Yes!

Comment by James

Yes from me too; some years ago …

Comment by Dave Allen




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