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12th June 2015
Hampshire’s James Vince hit an unbeaten 99 and made light of a double-digit asking rate to fire Hampshire to the top of the NatWest T20 Blast South Group with a six-wicket win over previous leaders Kent Spitfires.
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12th June 2015
Chris Gayle wants to finish his sensational short spell at Somerset with another display of brutal hitting when Surrey visit Taunton on Friday night. News
12th June 2015
Hampshire have announced that the third Royal London one-day international between England and New Zealand at the Ageas Bowl on Sunday is a sell-out. News
9th June 2015
Fidel Edwards produced his best bowling performance for three years to lead Hampshire to their first victory since promotion to Division One of the LV= County Championship, beating Sussex by six wickets. News
9th June 2015
The England and Wales Cricket Board’s Cricket Discipline Commission has confirmed that Owais Shah has received a penalty under the ECB’s Directives. News
8th June 2015
Hampshire closed in on their first win since promotion to Division One of the LV= County Championship after Adam Wheater’s hundred and four wickets for Fidel Edwards helped put them in charge against Sussex. News
7th June 2015
Season bests of 52 not out by James Vince and 4-67 by Gareth Berg stood out for Hampshire on an entertaining opening day in the LV= County Championship Division One match against Sussex at the County Ground in Hove. News
7th June 2015
Former Hampshire and England all-rounder Dimitri Mascarenhas has been appointed New Zealand’s bowling coach on a permanent basis. News
6th June 2015
Gary Ballance and Adam Lyth return for Yorkshire as the LV= County Championship holders take on leaders Middlesex at Headingley in a meeting of the two unbeaten Division One teams. News
5th June 2015
Chris Gayle took his run-tally in three NatWest T20 Blast innings for Somerset to 328 as his side beat Hampshire by eight wickets in front of a sell-out 6,500 Taunton crowd.