Hampshire Cricket History


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July 27, 2020, 2:14 pm
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One of those days huh?

When Hampshire play their home Championship matches at Arundel they will have played home and away in the same competition on the same ground

Has that ever happened before? (N.B: I’m not interested here in different sponsors’ names, just ‘broadly’ the same competition)

Incidentally our Championship record at Arundel is Played 6; Won 1; Drawn 3; Lost 2.


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Dean Park in the 65/55/50/45/40 over competition?

Comment by dmashala

Too easy then – you didn’t mention the opponents …

Comment by pompeypop

Away to Dorset, and, according to the magazine cover you posted last month, home to Essex and Middlesex simultaneously!

Comment by dmashala

Can think of T20 instances. Middlesex playing the odd home game at the Oval. Lancashire played their home quarter final at Chester Le Street last season.

Comment by Ian

Very good Ian – I meant to mention that I was referring to Hampshire but you are quite right. I was going to post details of the Hampshire example (Dean Park above) but rain appears to have stopped play at Cricket Archive as well as Hove and Old Trafford . Anyway I can recall it was 1998 in the Nat West Trophy and Hampshire started on 0-3 (Julian Shackleton bowling for Dorset). Robin then scored a century with support from Adi.

Comment by pompeypop

Middlesex played their home match v Notts in the 1939 County Championship at the Oval and their home match v Somerset in the 1977 Championship at Chelmsford.

Comment by Colin Price

Surrey played two County Championship games in August 1914 at Lord’s.

Comment by Colin Price




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