Hampshire Cricket History


It’s a Record!
May 14, 2018, 11:04 am
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Amla & Vince have set Hampshire’s record 3rd wicket partnership v Somerset. Thanks to Tigger for the reminder and the info – we’re both delighted that they’ve passed the record by John Crawley and a bloke called Kevin, playing his only Championship match for the county over four seasons, 2006-2009.

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And Hildreth and Bess set a new 9th wicket record for Somerset v Hampshire. Waiting to see if Vince and Rossouw can make it three record partnerships.

Comment by Dave Pople

I think this lad who’s just scored 200 at 3 for Hampshire should replace the number 3 in the England team that everyone keeps slagging off

Comment by Bloggy McBlogface

Love that one Bloggy……..😊

Comment by joster69

Very good!!

Comment by pompeypop

Rather sad that despite that terrific rearguard action, we’ve slipped into the bottom two, with just over one third of the season gone.

Comment by pompeypop

As Nicholas Parsons would put it, we’ve leapt ahead into a strong seventh place.

Comment by Hedgehog

An excellent rearguard action and well done to Vince, Amla and Rossouw.

Just disappointing that we had to be staring defeat in the face before it happened and that the runs came in the second innings when there aren’t batting bonus points on offer.

But at least we showed a bit of fight.

Comment by James

There have been 19 Div One matches this season, only five of which have reached 300 overs, and we’ve been involved in three – v Surrey, Notts & Somerset.

Comment by pompeypop




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