• BATSMEN
    R
    M
    B
    4s
    6s
    SR
    lbw b Willey
    73
    239
    184
    13
    0
    39.67
    c †Murphy b Daggett
    31
    70
    53
    6
    0
    58.49
    lbw b Evans
    7
    33
    22
    1
    0
    31.81
    lbw b Evans
    19
    56
    33
    2
    1
    57.57
    lbw b Evans
    4
    11
    8
    1
    0
    50.00
    b Willey
    15
    56
    33
    2
    0
    45.45
    c Sales b Hall
    28
    103
    75
    4
    0
    37.33
    c Willey b Evans
    17
    38
    28
    2
    0
    60.71
    c †Murphy b Hall
    31
    73
    62
    6
    0
    50.00
    c Willey b Hall
    15
    26
    19
    3
    0
    78.94
    not out
    0
    7
    4
    0
    0
    0.00
    Extras
    36 (b 12, lb 13, nb 8, w 3)
    TOTAL
    276 all out (86.2 Overs, RR: 3.19)
    Fall of wickets: 1-62 (ND McKenzie, 17.2 ov), 2-85 (SM Katich, 24.5 ov), 3-129 (LA Dawson, 38.1 ov), 4-135 (JM Vince, 40.3 ov), 5-173 (SM Ervine, 54.2 ov), 6-176 (JHK Adams, 56.2 ov), 7-212 (CP Wood, 66.1 ov), 8-249 (MD Bates, 80.5 ov), 9-267 (Kabir Ali, 84.5 ov), 10-276 (DJ Balcombe, 86.2 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    DJ Willey23310324.4711
    AJ Hall19.263531.8120
    LM Daggett2257513.4001
    L Evans21103841.8002
    JD Middlebrook11000.0000

Match Notes

Hampshire 4th innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st150ND McKenzieJHK Adams
2nd127SM KatichJHK Adams
3rd52SM KatichLA Dawson
  • Adams leads Hants in victorious run chase

    Captain Jimmy Adams led the way as Hampshire chased down 326 with almost two overs to spare to beat Northamptonshire by eight wickets

  • Wakely, Newton give Northants edge

    Alex Wakely and Rob Newton each scored half-centuries as Northamptonshire tightened their grip on Hampshire at the end of the third day at West End.

  • Willey and Murphy frustrate Hants

    David Willey and David Murphy frustrated promotion-seeking Hampshire by leading some defiant Northamptonshire tail-end resistance on another rain-interrupted day at West End.

  • Peters and Newton dig in

    Rob Newton and James Middlebrook dug Northamptonshire out of potential trouble at West End with an unbroken stand of 72 after hosts Hampshire had threatened to get on top.