Hampshire v Surrey - Previous T20 Meetings 

Ahead of Friday's match, we take a look back at three previous matches between the two sides

Hampshire v Surrey – 31st May 2009

After finishing bottom of the South Group in the 2008 T20 competition, Surrey headed to Southampton to face Hampshire with hopes of securing a result that would kick-start a more positive 2009 campaign. However impressive knocks from Michael Lumb (54) and Jimmy Adams (44) ensured Hampshire posted a substantial 191-6 from their opening 20 overs.

In reply, an excellent innings from former England batsman Mark Ramprakash (73) proved to be in vain as efficient spells from Dominic Cork (2-22), Imran Tahir (2-32) and Billy Taylor (2-38) saw them take two wickets apiece. Hampshire claimed a comfortable victory in the end as Surrey were only able to post 173, 18 runs short of the required total.

Hampshire v Surrey – 3rd June 2011

With a win guaranteeing a home quarter-final in the 2011 T20 competition, Hampshire put on another brilliant showing against a strong Surrey side, as the London-based side travelled to Southampton in 2011. Superb spells from Imran Tahir (2-15) and Chris Wood (1-19) as well as an athletic fielding display saw Hampshire restrict the visitors to just 140-7 from their 20 overs.

The home-side then set about their run-chase with opener Michael Lumb (36) giving Hampshire a positive start, before a flamboyant fifty from James Vince (51*) ensured his side cruised home to a 7-wicket win with an over to spare, and securing a vital home quarter-final.

Hampshire v Surrey – 26th June 2013

Having already qualified for the quarter-final stage of the 2013 T20 competition, Hampshire once again showcased their limited-overs bowling prowess by restricting Surrey to 139-6 in their batting effort of the penultimate group game. Hampshire favourites Danny Briggs (2-20) and David Griffiths (2-23) were the key wicket-takers for the hosts with Gary Wilson (29) the top-scorer for Surrey as Hampshire reached the interval on-top.

A superb knock from Michael Carberry (60) saw Hampshire fly out of the blocks and with boundaries flowing early the left-hander guided Hampshire to a comfortable victory. A fine innings too from Neil McKenzie (37*) saw Hampshire over the line with four balls to spare to claim an emphatic 5-wicket victory to finish top of the South Group.

Tickets for Hampshire’s NatWest T20 Blast match against Surrey at the The Ageas Bowl on Friday are available to purchase online, via the The Ageas Bowl’s online ticketing website, over the phone on 0844 847 1863, or in person at the The Ageas Bowl’s Ticketing and Membership Office via normal working hours.


Words: Will Brewster

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