Hampshire Cricket History

Here Are a Couple More
January 31, 2022, 6:27 pm
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(Brief ones)

Aiden Kyle (‘Adi’) MARKRAM (557) born Pretoria, South Africa, 4 October 1994

‘Adi’ Markram is a right-handed batsman and right-arm off-break bowler who has represented South Africa in all three formats and in 2019 came to Hampshire at the start of the season as their overseas player in the Championship and List A – he then joined South Africa for the World Cup. In List A, he contributed to Hampshire reaching the last of the Lord’s Cup Finals but had returned home before the Final when Hampshire lost to Somerset. As well as domestic cricket in South Africa, he has played for Durham (2018), and Punjab Kings in the IPL.

His figures for Hampshire:

First-class: 2 matches, 115 runs at 38.33, HS 63 v Essex at the Ageas Bowl (2019)

List A: 8 matches, 466 runs at 58.25, HS 130 v Sussex at the Ageas Bowl, (2019). Five wickets at 23.40, BB 3-39 v Middlesex at the Ageas Bowl (2019).

Fletcha Scott MIDDLETON born Winchester, 21 January 2002

Right-hand batsman Fletcha Middleton is the son of the Hampshire cricketer and coach, Tony Middleton. He played for Hampshire under-14s in 2015 and thereafter for the age group sides and from 2017 for Hampshire Academy in the Southern League. He made his debut for Hampshire 2nd XI in all three formats in 2018 and made his first team debut in the final List A match of the 2021 season.

His List A Figures for Hampshire:

One match, 16 runs v Durham at Chester-le-Street (2021)

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Interview with Tom Prest here Dave ahead of England’s Under 19 World Cup Semi Final v Afghanistan tomorrow:


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Thanks Tom. Fingers crossed for him and them

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