- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Chilton b Hogg3362855053.22lbw b Newby10718836316156.91c Laxman b Hogg2176972027.63c †Sutton b Newby23381564060.52c †Sutton b Newby31280025.00c Smith b Hogg11414417515279.16c †Sutton b Hogg2167833031.34c Laxman b Newby0913000.00b Keedy01115000.00b Smith022000.00not out625441024.00Extras9 (lb 3, nb 4, w 2)TOTAL337 all out (105.2 Overs, RR: 3.19)Fall of wickets: 1-65 (Michael Carberry), 2-133 (John Crawley), 3-183 (James Vince), 4-189 (Liam Dawson), 5-194 (Jimmy Adams), 6-263 (Dimitri Mascarenhas), 7-274 (Tom Burrows), 8-286 (David Griffiths), 9-287 (Imran Tahir), 10-337 (Sean Ervine)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Imran Tahir b Griffiths3472825047.22c †Burrows b Griffiths9517125814055.55lbw b Mascarenhas611791766034.07c Ervine b Griffiths13517731719176.27c †Burrows b Griffiths8116319011049.69not out868813413197.72not out30303850100.00Extras46 (b 2, lb 13, nb 30, w 1)TOTAL568/5d (144.1 Overs, RR: 3.93)Fall of wickets: 1-62 (Paul Horton), 2-214 (Tom Smith), 3-214 (Mal Loye), 4-430 (Mark Chilton), 5-487 (VVS Laxman)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRnot out13622925118259.38b Hogg2183984025.30c Laxman b Parry1231420038.70c Laxman b Keedy923262039.13not out2352771044.23Extras28 (b 16, lb 4, nb 8)TOTAL229/3 (69 Overs, RR: 3.31)Fall of wickets: 1-75 (Jimmy Adams), 2-123 (John Crawley), 3-142 (James Vince)
Hours of play (local time)
- Thu, 06 Aug - day 1 - Hampshire 1st innings 144/2 (JHK Adams 82*, JM Vince 4*, 47 ov)
- Fri, 07 Aug - day 2 - Lancashire 1st innings 106/1 (TC Smith 44*, MB Loye 19*, 37 ov)
- Sat, 08 Aug - day 3 - Lancashire 1st innings 487/4 (VVS Laxman 135*, F du Plessis 38*, 133 ov)
- Sun, 09 Aug - day 4 - Hampshire 2nd innings 229/3 (69 ov) - end of match
- Hampshire 2nd innings
- MA Carberry 100 in 199 mins off 172 balls, 12 fours and 2 sixes.
- Lancashire 1st innings
- VVS Laxman 100 in 173 mins off 130 balls, 17 fours and 1 six.
- Hampshire 1st innings
- JHK Adams 100 in 230 mins off 172 balls, 15 fours and 1 six.
- SM Ervine 100 in 164 mins off 137 balls, 12 fours and 2 sixes.
Sussex retained their Pro40 title despite a heavy defeat to Worcestershire thanks to Durham's narrow victory against Somerset
It may have been a miserable season, but Worcestershire at least restored a little pride after earning a draw against the champions
Lancashire's victory over Warwickshire yesterday meant that neither side had any prize-money to play for
Nottinghamshire took second place, and a handsome prize, after victory over Sussex on the final day of the Championship season
Northamptonshire completed a crushing win over Leicestershire to move into second place in Division Two, but now have to wait for the result at Derby
|1st||75||JHK Adams||MA Carberry|
|2nd||48||JP Crawley||MA Carberry|
|3rd||19||MA Carberry||JM Vince|
|4th||87||MA Carberry||LA Dawson|