Hampshire Cricket History

2nd XI
July 17, 2017, 3:16 pm
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OK enough ranting! This time it really is the 2nd XI

(4.15) Gloucestershire are 227-8 (Holland 3-42, Jerry 2-21, Salisbury 2-42). No wickets for Hart, Taylor or Sole, leaving five players to name among whom, Alsop and Dickinson (w/kpr) have held catches. I guess Will Smith is probably playing, maybe Jimmy Adams?

PS Gloucs 289 all out. Hampshire still batting (6.20) 32-0 (Alsop & Smith) Holland 4-58 and Taylor got one. Last wicket added 56.

PS C-o-P Hants 65-0 (Alsop 34, Smith 27)


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Fraser Hay took a catch and Will Smith just bowled . .
3 to go . .

Comment by Bob Elliott

Fraser Hay took a catch and Will Smith just bowled . .
1 to go . .

Comment by Bob Elliott

Gloucs 289 all out.
Four for Holland.
So Hart and Sole, a Tom and Jerry and just need a Jones to go with Smith.
Hants 6-0 with Alsop and Smith.
See that Richard Jerry played against the Navy for Seconds this season…did he also play against the Army…sorry that’s it for now.

Comment by John Cottrell

Match Notes

Lunch at 32.0
New Ball at 80.1
Tea at 81.0

49 overs is a log afternoon session, isn’t it?

Comment by Bob Elliott

I was puzzled by the timing of play, but can only assume that the start was 12o/c rather than 11o/c.

Comment by John West

No, John. Kick off was at 11 and the usual 32 overs were bowled before lunch.

Comment by Bob Elliott

But that does not answer your question, Bob.

Comment by John West

Wasn’t that long afternoon because of a long last wicket partnership and therefore a delayed tea interval?

Comment by pompeypop

So many questions. If only Hampshire Cricket were a professional outfit with a website on which you could find answers eh?

Comment by James

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