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The Rose Bowl - Thursday 3/6/2010
The Rose Bowl - Thursday 3/6/2010
Hampshire win by 5 wickets. Kent Spitfires: 114 - 9 Hampshire Royals: 116 - 5 (19.4/20 ov) Hampshire Royals made a winning start to their FPt20 campaign with a five wicket win over Kent Spitfires. In their first match of the tournament under its revised format, they bowled and fielded exceptionally well to limit their opponents to a below par score. Youngster Chris Wood put in a man of the match display with the ball, taking two wickets and executing a brilliant run out. And, despite a few nerves along the way, the Royals chased down the target with two balls to spare. Kent skipper Rob Key won the toss and chose to bat first. Dimitri Mascarenhas, playing his first game for Hampshire this season, took the new ball and soon showed how much his team had missed him as he trapped opposition captain Key for a golden duck. By the end of the fourth over, Kent had lost two further wickets. Martin van Jaarsveld (9) was run out by James Adams’ bullet throw and former England wicketkeeper Geraint Jones (0) was Abdul Razzaq’s first victim for Hampshire. Kent subsequently struggled to gain any momentum. Wood, making his t20 debut, got in on the act taking the prize wicket of Joe Denly (15). Danny Briggs became the fourth Hants player to take a wicket when James Tredwell tried to hit big but only found substitute fielder James Vince in the deep. All-rounder Sean Ervine wasn’t going to be left out either. He got the wicket of Azhar Mahmood, leaving Kent struggling at 67 for 6. Matt Coles was soon following him in after Wood claimed his second scalp. This was a debut dreams are made of as Wood was involved in another wicket three balls later. He managed to run out Darren Stevens, who top scored with 36. Overseas player Malinga Bandara (8) hit a maximum before becoming Razzaq’s second victim of the day. Kent limped to 114 for 9 with Sam Cook and Ajman Khan finishing not out with 8 and 2 respectively. Pothas-Royals-Bat-1-410 Nic Pothas scoring the winning runs Hampshire made the worst possible start to their run chase as Michael Lumb pulled the first ball from Stevens straight to the waiting fielder. Tight bowling from Stevens and Mahmood kept the pressure on the batsmen but a flurry of boundaries off Stevens’ second over kicked started the Royals’ run chase. However, after an assured start, Carberry was bowled by Simon Cook, leaving Hampshire teetering on 29-2. Ervine joined Adams at the crease and the two put on a nerve-reducing partnership. Ervine looked particularly in the mood and found the fine leg area much to his liking, hitting identical boundaries. With almost half the runs made, Adams gave his wicket away, top edging a sweep off Tredwell straight to Khan at midwicket. Ervine was then dismissed in similar fashion and Hampshire looked to be feeling the heat out in the middle. Razzaq joined McKenzie at the crease and the two took Hampshire to within 20 runs of their target with some clean striking and sensible running. Razzaq, known for his big hitting for Pakistan, deposited leg-spinner Bandara over midwicket for consecutive fours and looked to be steering the Royals home. But the returning Stevens had him caught behind as the nerves increased around the ground. Needing a run a ball from the last three overs, Pothas and McKenzie calmly took Hampshire towards their victory target. Bandara’s last over was picked off for two boundaries and with two needed off the last three balls, Pothas ran one down to third man for the winning runs. Words: Mark Tilley and Steven Woodgate
12/52: on time
12/52: on time
We're hosting a Blues Festival this friday and shit's up. Started the whole planning process on sunday (bit late, but whatever, i'm only a henchmen on this thing) and now shits up. My peer who planned and will operate the lighting started to freak out a little and me and Joe who will assist him got a case of "don't want to". Because we have to dismount the whole show the same night, go home and catch a few hours of sleep, and then come back for another night of fun at the austrian version of a cooking show. We bought some Schwartzenegger DVD's to keep our spirits high but it did not work the way we planned it. But the best part was, when our boss asked us if we would be so kind to come to work on sunday also. He knew that there was this sport thing coming up this weekend and that at least two of us would have to stay, and he did not ask anybody until yesterday. Guess i'm a little pissed at how unprofessional the guys at work sometimes are (meself included). Nevertheless, i have something great to adress: First of all, the Fairy is still willing to marry me, and second: i got the "new" Talisman board game. I used to play the german version with the english add-ons when i was about 13. So you could imagine the kid in my going bonkers when i discovered it's revised fourth editon, by the greatest game company in the world, Fantasy Flight, in the shelfs of my favourite game store. I hope they also bring all the add-ons. This was such a fun game. I wonder if my brother is still interested in playing. Last summer we found the german edition and the add-ons in my parents basement. So that's pretty much it for this week. I hope i will have some useful content to share in the future. have a week!!

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