//
Archives

Hampshire

This category contains 6 posts

Liam Dawson Interview – Exciting times to come at Hampshire

He scored over 900 first-class runs for the County in 2011, and now promising all-rounder Liam Dawson has been duly rewarded with a new contract extension until the end of 2013. At only 21, he, alongside a large bulk of the Royals’ squad are set to be at the newly named Ageas Bowl for the … Continue reading

James Vince Interview – Hampshire can gain promotion in 2012

After six long weeks away on tour with the England Lions, James Vince has returned to the Rose Bowl with a new confidence and now hopes this experience will help get Hampshire back into County Cricket’s top flight. Vince’s winter trip began in Bangladesh at the beginning of January and ended in Abu Dhabi playing … Continue reading

Sean Ervine Interview: High Ambitions

While still on his Christmas break back home in Zimbabwe, Hampshire player Sean Ervine got a late present courtesy of the newly formed Bangladesh Premier League auction. He was snapped up by Duronto Rajshantifor $25,000 – a stint that will act as ideal preparation for the all-rounder before he returns back to the county in … Continue reading

Chris Wood Interview – I can play for England

Hampshire’s Chris Wood spoke to Boundary Magazine about his amazing start to his professional career, and now the 21-year-old hopes to emulate teammate and close friend James Vince by braking into the England set-up. In 2011, you ended the CB40 campaign as the leading wicket-taker – how was last year for you? It was a nice achievement, … Continue reading

CB40 groups decided for 2012

CB40 holders Surrey have been drawn against runners-up Somerset in the 2012 competition – and semi-finalists Durham have also been thrown into a tough-looking Group B.

Dominic Cork announces his retirement

Growing up as a young Lancashire fan, he was without doubt my biggest cricket influence – but today signalled the end of an era, as the former England international Dominic Cork announced his retirement from cricket at the age of 40. The all-rounder has called time on an illustrious career which brought him 37 Test and 32 … Continue reading

Boundary Magazine’s Twiter

Boundary Magazine

All views published in posts are the views of the writer, and not necessarily that of Boundary Magazine.

Comment Policy

All comments will be moderated. I retain the right to delete comments of an unsuitable nature. This blog conforms to the WordPress content policy.

Blog Stats

  • 2,753 hits