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Old 28th September 2018, 15:31   #441
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I didn't go to much 1st class cricket this season for a number of reasons. I did see quite a lot of 2nd team cricket which made up for it.
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Old 28th September 2018, 15:39   #442
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I didn't go to much 1st class cricket this season for a number of reasons. I did see quite a lot of 2nd team cricket which made up for it.
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Old 28th September 2018, 18:06   #443
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The usual smorgasbord of matches for me:

Sussex v Middlesex at Hove in CC2
Dorset v Wiltshire at Bashley in the Minor Counties T20 Cup
Hampshire v Yorkshire at the Egregious Bowl in CC1
MCC Young Cricketers v Derbyshire at Merchant Taylors in the Second XI T20 Cup
Hampshire v Sussex at the Egregious Bowl in the Blast
Gloucestershire v Sussex at Cheltenham in CC2
Oxfordshire v Wales Minor Counties at Oxford in the Minor Counties Championship
Southern Vipers v Western Storm at Arundel in the KSL
Dorset v Shropshire at Bournemouth in the Minor Counties Championship
Devon v Dorset at Sidmouth in the Minor Counties Championship
Cheshire v Norfolk at Wormsley in the Minor Counties T20 Cup
Berkshire v Devon at Wormsley in the Minor Counties T20 Cup
Middlesex v Lancashire at Radlett in a Second XI Friendly
Wiltshire v Oxfordshire at Marlborough in the Minor Counties Championship
Hampshire v Lancashire at Egregious Bowl in CC1

Plus a few non county games to boot!
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Old 21st October 2018, 22:41   #444
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match 2 from my uk holiday. after lovely cheltenham had a great week at lytham for womans british open golf won by georgia hall. som v essex at taunton aug19-22. my first visit to ground and found it was the perfect size for championship cricket. sat in somerset stand block 6 for the duration, dont normally sit side on. som 324 & 202 d essex 191 & 290. a well contested match with some fine individual efforts. trescothick 95 was a craftsmans innings, but he hooked siddle down long legs throat. i think it was the slowest walk off i think i have seen, he kept shaking his head. ten doeschate made 2 fine 50s but the match winner was jack leach (48-16-85-8). he bowled 40 overs unchanged on the last day from the river end. tom abell did not trust bess at all. jamie overton looked faster and better than porter in this match. excellent crowds again, with a few fans complaining that it was the last home match featuring weekend play at taunton. managed to buy a few good books from the bookshop including t.w.reese nz cricket 1841-1914 for about 1 pound. it is about 200 dollars here in australia.
Just catching up on your tour .... Glad you found the bookshop at Taunton. It's a good one.
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