Hampshire Cricket History

Great Scott (& 2004)
April 21, 2021, 12:40 pm
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Scott Currie has 4-19 for the 2nd XI this morning. He’s in good form with the ball. Kent & Sussex are 42-6 still 45 behind

2004 at the Rose Bowl:

In the T20, Shane Watson’s 97* took Hampshire to 177-3 and they beat Kent by 64 runs (Mascarenhas 3-20) which led to their first quarter-final. They played Lancashire at the Rose Bowl but lost by nine wickets.

On 2 May, in the 45-over Totesport League Division One, the new captain Shane Warne took 3-21 as Hampshire beat Essex by 31 runs.

During September, ICC Trophy matches were played at various English grounds including five at the Rose Bowl (in one of which, England beat Sri Lanka). The tournament was not a success until the exciting final at the Oval and the Rose Bowl encountered difficulties with transport and poor weather. Australia beat USA by nine wickets in a match that lasted 31 overs and five balls

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For the second week running the 2nd XI have won a four-day game on day three:

Kent & Sussex 304 & 99 (Currie 4-19; Dale 3-30)
Hants 391 (Fuller 149, Barker 55, Imtiaz 53) & 16-0

Comment by Dave Allen

Same squad tomorrow. Given that the pitch last week hardly turned at all I wonder whether Currie might play – although we don’t really need five seamers and I never like Crane being omitted.

Comment by Dave Allen

I had been wondering about the absence of my usual Membership packet – it turned up today. I live outside the UK and the address printed from the membership database was mangled to force the US postcode into the format of a UK postcode, and the “USA” had been written on by hand.

Other blogger members living overseas who haven’t received their packet might want to check with club about the accuracy of their address.

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