Hampshire Cricket History

OK, Some Answers …
January 29, 2019, 8:27 pm
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But if you want to keep guessing/checking, they’re in these Comments – so “If you don’t want to know the score, look away now”

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World Cups:
In 1975 Roberts & Greenidge were in the West Indies winning side, while contracted to Hampshire

There have been very few World Cup cricketers to whom that has applied.

You can add Malcolm Marshall in 1983 & 1992 but NOT 1987, Robin Smith in 1992 (but missed the Final) & 1996, and Kevin Pietersen in 2007.

A few others came close but were really outside their contract with the county

Comment by pompeypop

OK so the answer to 2003 is that three Hampshire past or future cricketers played for New Zealand: Craig McMillan, Shane Bond & Andre Adams. I’d never have worked that one out!

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In 2015, Maxwell, Bailey, Watson, and Clarke all played for Australia – but never all four together. For South Africa however, Rossouw, Amla, Steyn, Abbott & Imran Tahir played in a number of matches together.

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Other English World Cup cricketers who have played for Hampshire, but not with the county when playing in the World Cup: Gower, Mullally, Cork, Cowans, Tremlett.

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‘Hampshire’ trophy winners: Greenidge, Roberts, Aaqib Javed, Wasim Akram, Chaminda Vaas, Shane Warne, Matthew Hayden, Michael Clarke, Shane Watson, Glenn Maxwell.

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Amendments and corrections as always gratefully received!

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Not so confused of Pompey. Unlike the footy team.

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