Hampshire Cricket History


Test Match/2nd XI
July 17, 2017, 11:30 am
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Away in Bristol where the place names, Salisbury and Holland have a wicket each. and Gloucs are 77-2 in the 21st over. No idea whether this is a one-day or three-day game (?)

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Three day, to be followed by a T20 at Clifton College on Thursday. No .Didn’t know about Bill, Dave . . 🙂

Comment by Bob Elliott

Lunch score is 104-5, Holland (3), Salisbury (1) and a Taylor run out…

Comment by John Cottrell

Liam will be batting today!

Comment by Paul

TMS comment of the match – “If Mark Stoneman was Joe Root’s best mate he would be batting at three for England” ……..
Graeme Swann.

Comment by James

I think Liam’s main hope of keeping his place was an innings of some quality today but as in the first innings, he was left with the tail. In the first he gave it away trying to score – in this one he just didn’t get the strike as the last three capitulated.

I suspect he has finished as he started – at least for now – with a not out innings. His only other hope is whether England will drop at least four players (Jennings, Ballance, Wood and Dawson) one match after a victory? If they do, it’s just a matter of the next blokes who are doing a bit in the Championship, which seems increasingly irrelevant.

Comment by pompeypop

England have now lost six of their last eight Test matches and eight of the last 13 – as well as failing in the home Champions Trophy. Given the dismissal of Paul Downton and Peter Moores a couple of years ago, I assume that Colin Graves will now replace Strauss and Bayliss (?)

(I’m kidding of course)

Comment by pompeypop

I guess the best thing, given the gap until the next Test is for some of the England players (and some of the pretenders) to get in a four-day first-class match before Thursday week?

There aren’t any? Are you sure?

Comment by pompeypop

I’d prefer it if Strauss and Bayliss replaced Graves!

Comment by James

In their two innings, England batted for fewer than 100 overs. It’s a good job Hampshire signed Abbott!

Comment by pompeypop

Gloucestershire now 215-8….
We have TOM (Alsop) and a J GERRY in our line up.

Comment by John Cottrell

Oops that is a R JERRY…..

Comment by John Cottrell

And of course we have Hart and Sole. No lack of effort from the 2nd xi today then!

Comment by Allan

Richard ? Jerry – new to me.

Comment by Bob Elliott

Richard Jerry, b 2/5/92 Punjab, India. Educated at Southampton City College. Listed in the 2nd XI Annual under Hampshire, but cannot find any bat/bowl figures for him.

Comment by John West

He plays for havant
Bowled in the nets for a while now.
Bustling seamer.
Lives now in southampton

Comment by Jimtom@fsmail.net

Many thanks to everyone informing us about the new guy. Excellent. You get all the news on here!

Comment by pompeypop




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