• BATSMEN
    R
    B
    M
    4s
    6s
    SR
    c Cork b Imran Tahir
    99
    211
    237
    11
    1
    46.91
    c †Bates b Wood
    8
    50
    54
    1
    0
    16.00
    c Vince b Imran Tahir
    54
    96
    112
    10
    0
    56.25
    c Adams b Ervine
    115
    296
    328
    11
    0
    38.85
    b Briggs
    76
    128
    165
    12
    1
    59.37
    c & b Imran Tahir
    53
    122
    142
    4
    0
    43.44
    c McKenzie b Imran Tahir
    38
    72
    72
    4
    0
    52.77
    c Wood b Imran Tahir
    18
    31
    39
    2
    0
    58.06
    st †Bates b Briggs
    6
    15
    10
    1
    0
    40.00
    c Dawson b Imran Tahir
    6
    6
    11
    1
    0
    100.00
    not out
    9
    7
    7
    2
    0
    128.57
    Extras
    50 (b 15, lb 18, nb 16, w 1)
    TOTAL
    532 all out (171.2 Overs, RR: 3.1)
    Fall of wickets: 1-20 (JJ Sayers, 13.5 ov), 2-149 (AW Gale, 45.3 ov), 3-204 (JA Rudolph, 69.2 ov), 4-361 (GS Ballance, 116.3 ov), 5-431 (A McGrath, 143.4 ov), 6-478 (GL Brophy, 157.5 ov), 7-501 (AU Rashid, 165.1 ov), 8-514 (RM Pyrah, 168.5 ov), 9-518 (A Shahzad, 169.2 ov), 10-532 (DJ Wainwright, 171.2 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    DG Cork1625703.5615
    CP Wood24116712.7900
    Imran Tahir49.2513262.6700
    SM Ervine1436514.6401
    DR Briggs511012722.4900
    LA Dawson1514603.0600
    MA Carberry20502.5000

Match Notes

  • Carberry recovers from illness with career-best

    Nine months after due to a blood clot in his lung stalled his career Michael Carberry has posted 300 not out, a career-best, sharing a mammoth 523-run stand with Neil McK

  • Ton for fit-again Carberry

    Michael Carberry put behind him nine months of illness trauma to score his first century of the season as Hampshire and Yorkshire ambled towards a high-scoring draw at the Rose Bowl

  • Carberry makes triple-century in 523-run stand

    Michael Carberry and Neil McKenzie wrote themselves into the record books with a partnership of 523 as Hampshire's clash with fellow relegation candidates Yorkshire at the Rose Bowl ended in a draw

  • Yorkshire pile up huge total

    Former England batsman Anthony McGrath scored a century for Yorkshire as bottom-placed Hampshire endured another miserable day in the field at the Rose Bowl

  • Rudolph's happy return leaves Yorkshire in charge

    Jacques Rudolph came within a run of celebrating his return to the Yorkshire ranks with a century as bottom-placed Hampshire endured another difficult day at the Rose Bowl