Hampshire Cricket History


A Quick One
July 24, 2018, 11:10 am
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The ‘Roses’ match barely made it into Day Three and even with Livingstone not batting in the first innings, 39 wickets in just 200 overs makes it the shortest Div One game yet this year.

As a consequence, Yorkshire have moved ahead a bit, while Hampshire have a game in hand on Lancashire who look vulnerable – they have played six games at Old Trafford, drawing three and losing three. Meanwhile Worcestershire are struggling v Somerset.

It might help Hampshire too, that they have played both games v Surrey already.

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It seems that all three of the current matches will end in victories for the away teams

Comment by pompeypop

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/90ec5564-8f4a-11e8-8c1a-b63727488402
Seems that @legsidelizzie is not a fan of the 100. Must say I only managed one series!

Comment by Paul

It’s the ECB trying to attract people to watch cricket by introducing a game which has nothing to do with cricket. How can it possibly fail?

But if it does their backup plan is to play Premier League football matches on county cricket grounds and call them Cricket Ninety to try to encourage more people to come and watch cricket. It’s another sure fire winner!

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