Carberry fails to follow up England lament
Hampshire 37 for 3 v Worcestershire
Michael Carberry, who preceded the season by being critical of England for leaving him out of the limited-overs sides without adequate explanation, began with a six-ball duck for Hampshire as they struggled to 37 for 3 in a rain-reduced opening to their Division Two match against Worcestershire at West End.
The visitors won the toss and chose to field but play was held up after rain affected the Rose Bowl outfield, with the match finally getting under way in mid-afternoon.
Hampshire lost opener Carberry when he fell lbw at the end of the first over to Chris Russell, who was also responsible for James Vince departing without scoring six overs later. Between those dismissals, Liam Dawson was bowled for two by Charles Morris.
Carberry's fellow opener Jimmy Adams scored freely to reach 32 not out, before the umpires called stumps midway through the ninth over.