Hampshire Cricket History


Goodbye & Thank You
September 2, 2018, 6:45 pm
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They’ve made their decisions: Jimmy Adams will retire at the end of the season, while Sean Ervine has retired with immediate effect, after just two games with Derbyshire. They were among the finest Hampshire cricketers – we’ll miss them both.

2014 Adams J & Ervine S Div 2 Trophy

Div Two Champions, Cardiff 2014.

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So Right !

Comment by John F

With over 35,000 runs in 944 matches between them in all formats, they will be missed.

Comment by Tigger MIles

I have a feeling they’ve both made the right decision. I hope Jimmy gets at least one more chance to say goodbye to the Hampshire supporters and I’m sorry for ‘Carbs’ and Sean that they did not (it doesn’t always happen – Robin Smith for example). Now Alistair Cook has made another ‘right’ decision and will get so say goodbye on the right stage.

Comment by pompeypop

Ollie Soames makes his debut and is opening with Weatherley at Worcester. Don’t know much about him but he was born in Kingston-on-Thames and started out playing club cricket at Yateley Cricket Club.

Donald and Berg left out from the thirteen man squad.

Comment by James

So why did we recruit Donald?

Comment by Paul

And played age group cricket for Hampshire

Comment by Bloggy McBlogface




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