Hampshire Cricket History


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August 2, 2018, 3:19 pm
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It’s been a brilliant Test Match so far (4.15pm, second day).

Compare: England 216-3; India 182-8 – first innings lead, 13 runs.

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Except for England’s catching of course. It’s one of the clichés of modern cricket that fielding is so much better. Some of it is, but (close) catching isn’t.

Comment by pompeypop

88 overs bowled day one, by about 6.30.

Comment by Bloggy McBlogface

That’s the worst aspect – but rather 88 like that, than 40 in that competition in Taunton last night!

Comment by pompeypop

Another ‘dolly’ by Cook. I wish I’d kept a record of the number of catches he’s dropped and offset the runs it has cost England against the runs he’s scored. Interesting – perhaps Bob M. has some stats?

Comment by Dave Wilson

There was a suggestion on Sky today that he only catches just over 50% – I think. Maybe I misheard? Meanwhile Malan owes England about 120, before his innings starts!!

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