Hampshire Cricket History

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December 12, 2022, 9:07 am
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Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle all the way

Oh what fun it is to see England win away.

Merry Christmas

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very droll but sadly not at football

Comment by Don Starr

Nothing new there though!

Comment by Dave Allen

No indeed, either nationally or locally

Comment by Don Starr

I’m just glad that I subscribe to Sky Sports and can watch live and replays. Good value for money! Really wets the appetite for next season.

Comment by Peter Jeffs

Vince, Fuller and Dawson have been picked up in the Pakistan Super League draft. Fuller’s Blast campaign clearly didn’t go unnoticed – that’s t10, Sri Lankan Premier League and PSL he’s got now!

Comment by Tom Johnson

Very much the ‘modern’ (non-international) cricketer!

Comment by Dave Allen

Any idea why Joseph Eckland is described as “unattached” in the official announcement of the Under 19 touring party? Hampshire have included him with Jack and Kelly in their own announcement. Surely Hampshire want to keep a player of this quality but maybe Eckland wants to leave?

Comment by Ian White

I’ve no idea Ian – sorry. It’s interesting how often over much of this century we’ve had players selected for Under-19s, Lions and the occasional Test/ODI but it’s now approaching 30 years since our last England ‘regular’ Robin Smith.

Comment by Dave Allen

He is shown as a Hampshire player on the report on our website so hopefully just an error on the official announcement

Comment by James

Surrey v Hants in the One-Day Cup in August is now shown in the fixture list as at Guildford. I guess tickets are likely to be scarce on this small ground.

Comment by Ian White

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