Hampshire Cricket History

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May 20, 2017, 3:45 pm
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One bowler down – very good effort.

Who will open with Carberry?

The answer is Liam Dawson


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Comment by Paul

Great bowling effort especially Abbott. Bit chilly here though

Comment by Paul

Only 1 point according to the rather fabulous scoreboard

Comment by Paul

I think that’s right. Not six down at 110 overs

And I’m afraid it wasn’t Daws for long …

Comment by pompeypop

Although longer than Vince. Where’s Tony Pigot?

Comment by pompeypop

Still the good news is that Millwall have won the Play-Off so their lovely supporters won’t appear in Portsmouth next season!

Comment by pompeypop

3 down in 7 balls

Comment by Paul

Even worse now 5 out in no time. Ervine & McManus to lead the fight back. Good news about Millwall!

Comment by Paul

One for you Dave, when was the last time the first 5 wickets fell on the same score?

Comment by Tigger MIles

You’re being cheeky! The best I can manage is KD James v India but that was only four. Good chance of Edgbaston in 1922 …

Comment by pompeypop

Nope – not 1922. Derbys (Burton) 1958?

Comment by pompeypop

Not Burton although not a bad guess – last four went on 23. I surrender!!

Comment by pompeypop

Today at Chelmsford!

Comment by Paul

14 wickets so far today the inspector calls?

Comment by Paul

15 now going down so quick can’t type fast enough! Lol

Comment by Paul

Bopara 2 in 4 balls 34 – 7

Comment by Paul

What’s our lowest against Essex?

Comment by Paul

54 in 1931 at Southampton. Passed that thank goodness.

Comment by Tigger MIles

Safe there then but how about last time Hampshire had Test players at nos 1-6 and were 18-5?

Comment by Dave Allen

Not quite as bad as that Dave – Rossouw isn’t a Test player!

Comment by James

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