Jul 17, 2003: A convincing win over bottom of the table Calmore was achieved by the youngest Hampshire Academy team yet; featuring eight teenagers and no-one over 22 years of age.
Jul 13, 2003: A Southern League record partnership of 96 for the tenth wicket between James Manning and Giles White was sadly in vain for the young Hawks as they failed to capitalize by holding onto their catches; letting an unnerved Bashley off the hook.
Jul 4, 2003: Hampshire II's continued their fine run of form as they beat Worcestershire at the Rose Bowl, making it six wins out of six in the Second Eleven Trophy.
Jul 4, 2003: A fine all-round performance from Lawrence Prittipaul saw Hampshire II's to their fifth straight one-day victory of the season over Gloucestershire, at the Rose Bowl yesterday.
Jun 22, 2003: A very promising return of 5-38 from Hampshire Academy all-rounder David Griffiths coupled with half centuries from Alex Richardson and Tom Burrows was not quite enough for the depleted bowling attack of the young Hawks to secure a third consecutive
Jun 17, 2003: A thoroughly proficient performance from the Hampshire Academy ended in victory over Portsmouth by the healthy margin of 130 runs at the Rose Bowl; earning the young Hawks maximum points, consolidating fifth position in the table and pleasing both
Aug 4, 2002: South Wilts lifted the Premier League's Southern Electric Contracting Cup with an unexpected 35-run victory over Bashley (Rydal) in the final at the Rose Bowl
Jul 28, 2002: Hampshire's Academy side have taken a significant step towards achieving "gold" status in the ECB Southern Electric Premier League's Division 1 next season
May 22, 2002: Hampshire 2nd XI kicked off their One-Day Trophy campaign with an incredible 100-run victory over Glamorgan on the Nursery Ground of the Rose Bowl yesterday.
May 5, 2002: Hampshire's Academy side are off to a winning start in the Southern Electric Premier League.
Apr 11, 2002: Hampshire Second XI start their preparations for the forthcoming season with a friendly against the counterparts Sussex tomorrow (Friday).
Jan 4, 2002: Hampshire have announced a 12-strong squad of promising youngsters from whom they will choose their Academy team to play in the Southern Electric Premier Cricket League this summer.
Nov 29, 2001: Hampshire's newly formed Academy side will take its Southern Electric ECB Premier League bow against Sparsholt at the Rose Bowl on Saturday May 4.
Nov 1, 2001: From November 1st 2001, Graham Walker takes over as Chief Executive of Hampshire County Cricket Club now a Limited Company
Nov 1, 2001: The Hampshire County Cricket Club undergoes a major change today (1 November 2001), becoming the first county club to change to a Limited Company.
Oct 10, 2001: Hampshire County Cricket Club's plan to field a team made up of fledgling contracted players and academy students in the Southern Electric ECB Premier League next season has been given the thumbs up
Sep 15, 2001: Self interest by clubs anxious to keep their own young players could hamper Hampshire's plans to field a team made up of fledgling contracted players and academy students in the Southern Electric ECB Premier League next season
Aug 16, 2001: Hampshire want to play in the Southern Electric ECB Premier League next year, with a team made up of young contracted players and academy students
Jul 15, 2001: Hants Under 17s, match report
Jul 15, 2001: Uder 19s team against Sussex.
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