Hampshire v Yorkshire, LV= Championship Div One, Ageas Bowl, 1st day
Sep 14, 2015: Hampshire's desperation to avoid relegation led to an honest-to-goodness hard-working day of solid Championship battling, unfashionable down to its bootstraps
Somerset v Hampshire, LV= Championship, Division One, Taunton, 4th day
Sep 12, 2015: As Somerset and Hampshire fought out a relegation stalemate, which will leave Somerset the happier, sustenance was to be found behind the stands in Priory Barn
Somerset v Hampshire, LV= Championship, Division One, Taunton, 3rd day
Sep 11, 2015: Jimmy Adams put a poor season behind him with a fighting unbeaten century which gave Hampshire a good chance of saving the game on a placid Taunton pitch
Jul 18, 2015: Hampshire, bottom of Division One, have announced that Jimmy Adams has stepped down as captain of their Championship side to find form with the bat.
Hampshire v Middlesex, LV= Championship, Division One, Ageas Bowl, 4th day
May 20, 2015: Hampshire are bottom and without a victory, but they will draw some hope from a grim draw against Middlesex, the Championship leaders
Hampshire v Middlesex, LV= Championship, Division One, Ageas Bowl
May 17, 2015: Michael Carberry may have been disappointed to depart for 67 but his contribution added significantly to a frustrating day for the Division One leaders, Middlesex
Hampshire v Essex, NatWest T20 Blast, South Group, Ageas Bowl
May 15, 2015: Jimmy Adams celebrated the birth of his new born son by scoring his fastest ever T20 fifty as Hampshire started their bid for a sixth successive Finals Day with a 17-run win against Essex
Glamorgan v Hampshire, Cardiff, 3rd day
Sep 25, 2014: Hampshire won Division Two with an emphatic 291-run win. They return to Division One after three years away, with each of those years starting with them dubbed favourites
Hampshire v Leicestershire, Ageas Bowl, 3rd day
Sep 2, 2014: Hampshire captain Jimmy Adams struck a season's-best 231 as Leicestershire's inexperienced bowling attack was ruthlessly swept aside on the third day at the Ageas Bowl.
Hampshire v Lancashire, 2nd NatWest T20 SF, Edgbaston
Aug 23, 2014: No counties have better records in T20 since its inception in 2003 than Hampshire and Lancashire. But it was Lancashire who dominated this semi-final to set up a clash with Birmingham in the final.
Hampshire v Gloucestershire, NatWest T20 Blast, Ageas Bowl
Jun 20, 2014: Jimmy Adams and Will Smith played key roles as Hampshire clung on for a two-run win against Gloucestershire
Hampshire v Derbyshire, Ageas Bowl, 3rd day
Jun 2, 2014: Captain Jimmy Adams hit his second half-century of the match and then made an attacking declaration to leave the final day at the Ageas Bowl nicely poised.
Kent v Surrey, Canterbury, 4th day
May 7, 2014: Kent celebrated with a BBQ after defeating Surrey as coach Jimmy Adams spoke of Division One ambitions and offspinner Adam Riley attracted more kind words
Hampshire v Surrey, Ageas Bowl, 1st day
Apr 27, 2014: To say that not much has gone to script for Surrey over the last few years is a bit like suggesting England were a touch off their game in Australia last winter
Oct 1, 2013: Will Smith could take over the Hampshire captaincy after signing a two-year deal at the Ageas Bowl following his controversial release by county champions Durham.
Hampshire v Glamorgan, YB40 semi-final, Ageas Bowl
Sep 6, 2013: Jimmy Adams evoked his own schooldays, spent at Twyford, near his home, and then at Sherborne, when contrasting Hampshire's authority in the one day game with their poor standing in the County Championship.
Hampshire v Northamptonshire, Ageas Bowl, 3rd day
Sep 5, 2013: 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
Hampshire v Northamptonshire, Ageas Bowl, 2nd day
Sep 4, 2013: 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
Gloucestershire v Hampshire, Bristol, 2nd day
May 9, 2013: Jimmy Adams and Danny Briggs added 128 for the ninth wicket to help dig Hampshire out of a hole against Gloucestershire
Gloucestershire v Hampshire, Bristol, 1st day
May 8, 2013: Gloucestershire's makeshift attack, led by 18-year-old Craig Miles, took control before a Hampshire fightback
Plus: most runs in a Test by a New Zealander, and c&b by the same bowler twice in a Test
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