Hampshire Cricket History

Facts & Figures
March 24, 2021, 2:46 pm
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All being well I shall be commentating with Robbie James on the live stream tomorrow and Friday. I have no team news yet from either website but I’ve been doing my homework in preparation for the new season and thought I might share some ‘stats’ with you over the next two weeks, before the first-class season starts.

So in alphabetical order, we start with:

Kyle ABBOTT (525) born Natal, South Africa, 18.6.1987.

Squad number 87; Hampshire Cap 2017.

His figures for Hampshire:

First-class: 52 matches; 1210 runs at 22.40; HS: 97*. 219 wickets at 19.03; BB 9-40.

List A: 16 matches; 94 runs at 13.42. HS 56. 27 wickets at 28.55; BB 3-36.

T20: 43 matches; 121 runs at 11.00. HS 29. 47 wickets at 28.48; BB 3-15.

Tom ALSOP (528) born High Wycombe (Bucks) 26.11.1995.

Squad number 9.

His figures for Hampshire:

First-class: 46 matches; 1,936 runs at 27.26. HS 150; two centuries – 64 ct.

List A: 38 matches; 1,220 runs at 34.85. HS 130*; four centuries – 25 ct. & 5 st.

T20: 39 matches; 772 runs at 23.39. HS 85 – 15 ct. & 3 st.

Keith BARKER (556)born Manchester 21.10.1986.

Squad number 10.

His first-class figures for Hampshire:

16 first-class matches; 464 runs at 27.29, and 45 wickets at 26.71

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The Hampshire Squad (14) is now on our website. I guess they can probably field more than 11. Abbott has arrived but not Abbas.

In some sort of batting order:

Weatherley; Organ; Alsop; Vince; Northeast; Dawson; McManus (w/k); Holland; Fuller; Currie; Abbott; Crane; Stevenson; Wheal.

Comment by pompeypop

No Keith Barker … or Brad Taylor.

Comment by pompeypop

I read this week that Barker is still recovering from his surgery over the winter, hoping to be fit for the friendly next week. Surprised not to see Taylor or Donald involved at all.

Comment by joelhesslegrave

Will be good to see the boys and hear you again. Of team listed I guess one of the top 3, currie and Stevenson/wheal will be left out. And great to see Dawson back and Abbott ready to go

Comment by Michael S

Dave, Has Donald not recovered from his injury?

Comment by Alan Edwards

Good question, I’ll enquire. I’m afraid that it’s a bit damp for the 10.30 start, more covers going on.

Comment by pompeypop

Hampshire at the Ageas Bowl continue to be raining champions!

Comment by Ron Griffiths

I’m afraid so, Ron. The scoreboard suggests that when we start, Hampshire will bat

Comment by pompeypop

11.30 super sopper on, rain stoped but will this be the first early lunch of 2021?

Comment by pompeypop

Very sorry but 15 minutes later it’s raining again.

Comment by pompeypop

No, it wasn’t – (early lunch)

Comment by pompeypop

12.30 and first sighting of two umpires.

Comment by pompeypop

I’m delighted to report that I have just spotted my first footballing cricketer of the season, Jack White of Northants. His team mates (white stripes) are out there with him. Play seems imminent.

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