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Keith Barker Digs to Swing Like Hampshire


An exciting LV=Insurance County Championship event is starting in Edgbaston. Keith Barker where Hampshire scored a total of 260 for 8 in their second innings, 233 ahead of Warwickshire on the second day.

Hampshire was 208 for eight wickets in front of the home team. Joe was just 181 in front, but Edgbaston’s former favorite Keith Barker, along with Brad Wheel, played an unbroken inning of 52 runs till the stumps.

Keith Barker continues to add to the title bid of his former teammates with an unbeaten 49 off 124 balls:

After picking up a five-wicket haul on the first day, Keith Barker continued to add to the title bid of his former teammates with an unbeaten 49 off 124 balls. Warwickshire will face a strange chase in their quest for a win. Which will put them at the top of the table.

On a hot afternoon, Liam Norwell led the Bears’ bowling with a total of 4 for 64. While Danny Briggs skillfully held the wheel for 36-17-38-2. But his injury-ridden attack was exposed as other bowlers, especially home debutant Kemar Holder struggled.

After a strange movement of wickets on the first day. A good pitch put in proper perspective on the second day. When wicket earned with a lot of hard work. After trailing by 27 runs in the first innings, Hampshire scored 41 for no loss. and took the score to 55 before Norwell’s breakthrough. The big-hearted fast bowler won the lbw appeal against Joe Weatherly.

Keith Barker batted with great restraint:

Keith Barker batted with great restraint and the wheel backed. He in the last hour to get this tight and tricky match going Hampshire’s way.

Ian Holland and Tom Alsop added 54 runs before inflicting a double blow to the Bears just before lunch. Holland dismissed Norwell for 44 off Rob Yates at slip and then Briggs got one to lift off Nick Gubbins and Will Rhodes took a quick catch at slip.

Briggs bowled with great control after lunch and added a scalp to Alsop. Cleverly stumped by Michael Burgess, before Norwell dismissed Liam Dawson lbw.

James Vince batted with the passion of 48 runs in 67 balls with the help of seven fours. And it was a surprise when he died carelessly. Pulls Craig Miles to Matt Lamb at long leg. Four balls later, Miles hits James Fuller’s middle stump. But the Bears were stopped by Felix Organ. Joe went into tea unbeaten on 3 in 72 minutes and scored 16 just two hours before he fell lbw from Norval.

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