Hampshire Cricket History


Tea
April 24, 2021, 2:50 pm
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15 wickets have fallen in eight sessions. To win, Hampshire must take another 15 in the remaining four sessions.

If you were able to field what is thought to be the best attack in the country, would you want a pitch like this?

PS: AT LEAST five more wickets have fallen in every other game


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My first post today – that did the trick!! Where’s that laughing smiley?

Comment by Dave Allen

Who posted that thing called ‘Tea’. Was that my doppelganger again? Fool!!

Comment by Dave Allen

At least the two professional commentators agreed that they didn’t see that coming!

Comment by Dave Allen

Can you post more comments like this please Dave. Seems to have done the trick!! Also looking for the smiley face emoji!! Also the clatter of wickets started to happen when the broadcast also went onto Solent Radio frequencies – coincidence???

Comment by Angela W

Maybe Angela! I’ll keep trying

Comment by Dave Allen

If we get the wickets to finish this tomorrow, I would suggest that really is what is called a hard-earned victory! What an entertaining game it has been.

Comment by Bill Seager

If you want to know what will happen tomorrow, have a look at Hampshire v Gloucestershire at the Rose Bowl May 2001 – we’re in a time loop!!

Comment by Dave Allen

We have enforced the follow-on 133 times in the County Championship.
Won 88 and lost 2. This is the 3rd time the follow-on target was just one run short.
The last time was 1995 v Glamorgan which we won. The only other time was in 1951 v Gloucestershire, match drawn!!

Comment by Tigger Miles

Yet again, BRILLIANT stuff Tigger – and thanks

Comment by Dave Allen




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