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  • Not much play on second day

    Monday 01 September 2014

    Only ten overs were possible because of rain and then bad light at the Ageas Bowl where Hampshire made 48 without loss in response to Leicestershire’s 303 all out.

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Seconds lose to Scotland A

Second XI Friendly (40 overs per side): Leicestershire 99 (Bush 21) lost to Scotland A 170 (Robinson 3-28) by 71 runs

After having the first two days of their three-day friendly fixture with Scotland A lost to rain, both sides opted to play a 50 over a side friendly game on day 3 starting at 10.30am.

However, due to certain parts of the square still being wet the umpires delayed the start until 11.30am, and the game was reduced to 40 overs a side.

Michael Thornely won the toss for County and asked Scotland to bat under sunny skies in the tranquil surroundings of Ratcliffe College.

Scotland mustered a challenging 170 all out in 39.3 overs and their top-scorer was ex-County man Preston Mommsen with 33 (47 balls), ably supported by Michael Leask with a knock of 30 (23 balls, 2x6).

Ollie Robinson picked up 3-28 off seven overs for Leicestershire while Matthew Hoggard had excellent figures of 1-15 off eight and the other wickets were shared around.

The other bowling figures returned by County were: Alex Wyatt 6-1-18-1, Wells 5-0-32-1, Anthony Ireland 5-0-26-0, Michael Thornely 3-0-10-1 and Ben Collins 5.3-0-30-1.

There were also two run outs from direct hits. The first came from Angus Robson and a spectacular effort from Robinson followed.

County were never really at the races in their reply and had been reduced to 58-6 after 23 overs. Thornely (5), Robson (4), Harry Bush (21 from 55 balls), Tom Wells (0), Sunny Patel (11) and Robinson (3) all treaded a well worn path back to the pavilion.

Ben Raine 12 (29 balls), and Steve Bullen 20 (28 balls) offered a bit of spirited resistance with a stand of 23 for the 7th wicket but they both fell and Hoggard (0) and Ireland (9) followed to leave Wyatt 0 not out. County were all out for 99 after 32.2 overs.

The pick of the Scotland bowlers were Calvin Burnett 8-0-29-5 and Calum MacLeod 8-2-9-3 and they were supported by Gordon Goudie 6.2-1-16-1, Michael Leask 4-1-14-1, Joshua Edwards 5-1-12-0, and C Gossain 1-0-13-0.

Pete Johnson

 
 

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