• BATSMEN
    R
    B
    M
    4s
    6s
    SR
    b Crook
    8
    52
    63
    1
    0
    15.38
    c Hall b Spriegel
    218
    444
    575
    35
    1
    49.09
    c Copeland b Spriegel
    46
    101
    127
    10
    0
    45.54
    lbw b Azharullah
    52
    102
    117
    10
    0
    50.98
    b Crook
    22
    34
    52
    5
    0
    64.70
    b Copeland
    19
    37
    52
    3
    0
    51.35
    c Copeland b Azharullah
    71
    126
    138
    10
    0
    56.34
    c Hall b Middlebrook
    0
    4
    5
    0
    0
    0.00
    not out
    30
    44
    45
    4
    1
    68.18
    c & b Middlebrook
    9
    13
    14
    0
    1
    69.23
    c Peters b Azharullah
    14
    11
    19
    2
    1
    127.27
    Extras
    56 (b 19, lb 19, nb 8, w 5, pen 5)
    TOTAL
    545 all out (160.4 Overs, RR: 3.39)
    Fall of wickets: 1-36 (MDT Roberts, 16.5 ov), 2-133 (LA Dawson, 49.3 ov), 3-235 (ND McKenzie, 81.6 ov), 4-278 (SM Ervine, 94.5 ov), 5-331 (AJA Wheater, 106.4 ov), 6-483 (MD Bates, 147.4 ov), 7-486 (MT Coles, 148.4 ov), 8-494 (JHK Adams, 151.3 ov), 9-515 (RMR Brathwaite, 156.2 ov), 10-545 (JA Tomlinson, 160.4 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    Azharullah26.496932.5810
    TA Copeland34127512.2023
    SP Crook2859623.4210
    AJ Hall1838204.5501
    JD Middlebrook2629023.4600
    MNW Spriegel2849023.2100

Match Notes

Northants 3rd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st12SD PetersJD Middlebrook
2nd87SD PetersDJG Sales
3rd3DJG SalesAG Wakely
4th33DJG SalesRI Keogh
  • Match survives despite absent scorer

    The ECB, had it decided to stick rigidly to the Laws of the game, could have ordered the umpires to bring this match to a close and to re-start this contest on the same pitch after one of the scorers was taken ill

  • Double for Adams but game drifts

    Jimmy Adams, 71 not out overnight, finished with the second double-century of this match as Hampshire batted their way past Northants first-innings score

  • Adams hits back for golden generation

    Hampshire's 1973 Championship winning side admired the current crop of county cricketers as Rob Keogh made a double-century and Jimmy Adams reminded the locals of another famous left-hander that once played for the county

  • Keogh steers Northants away from trouble

    For Northamptonshire, and more specifically Rob Keogh, this was quite a day. Invited to bat by Hampshire, they collapsed to 32 for 4 before Keogh, their 21-year-old middle order batsman, eked out a maiden century