Alphabetically sorted top ten of players who have played the most matches across formats in the last 12 months
Joe Weatherley top-scores with 42 before bowlers close out victory
Hampshire left-arm seamer hopes to be an example to other gambling addicts
Hampshire seamer sought help through the Sporting Chance charity
Left-arm seamer is Hampshire's all-time leading wicket-taker in T20 cricket but has been plagued by injuries
Liam Dawson, Tymal Mills and Ravi Rampaul are among the bowlers who could be ideally suited to the new format
Four wickets for Chris Wood guarded Hampshire from recording their worst-ever Twenty20 season
Jerome Taylor claimed five wickets as Somerset beat Hampshire by 17 runs in a high-scoring Vitality Blast match at Taunton
Chris Wood, the Hampshire left-arm seamer, has been ruled out for the rest of the season after suffering a more significant knee injury than first thought.
Hampshire bounced back from defeat last week with a NatWest Blast T20 victory over Glamorgan by 21 runs on a tired pitch at the SWALEC Stadium with Mark Wood the stand-out bowler with four cheap wickets
Hampshire all-rounder Chris Wood followed his opening day half-century with a 5 for 39 haul to keep his side in command on day two of their Division Two clash with Kent in Canterbury
Sean Ervine made the best of a placid Canterbury pitch to ease Hampshire into the driving seat on the opening day of their Championship Division Two clash with Kent
Sohail Tanvir's devastating early burst of pace bowling enabled one-day specialists Hampshire to leapfrog Essex to second in YB40 Group B with a 30-run win at the Ageas Bowl.
Chris Wood's first half-century of the season ensured Hampshire escaped with a draw and left Glamorgan still looking for their second win in the County Championship this term.
Unbeaten Hampshire returned to the top of the South Group in the Friends Life t20 following a comfortable seven-wicket victory over Surrey at The Oval.
The CB40 final provided a glorious end to a forgettable season, with a match to stand alongside the many dramas of this remarkable summer of sport
Hampshire have proved more than a few times this season that it pays not to write them off and here they did so again to win on the last ball
Hampshire survived a terrific late assault by David Miller, Yorkshire's South African overseas player, to clinch the Friends Life t20 title by 10 runs
Leicestershire beat promotion hopefuls Hampshire by 126 runs despite a swashbuckling last-wicket stand of 168
Hampshire went to the top of Clydesdale Bank 40 Group B after Neil McKenzie produced a brilliant innings in their 107-run win over the Welsh Dragons
Chris Wood took four wickets to help dismiss Northants for 218 before Hampshire slumped to 42 for 3 in reply
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