Hampshire vs Glamorgan, South Group - Live Cricket Score

Vitality Blast, 2023 | 30 Jun 2023, Fri, 11:30 PM IST | The Rose Bowl (Nursery)

ResultHampshire won by 21 runs (D/L Method)


97/2 (9.2 ov)



54/1 (5.3 ov)

James VinceJames Vincec P Sisodiya b Jamie McIlroy161420114.29
Ben McDermottBen McDermott(wk)Not out542743200.00
Tom PrestTom Prestlbw b P Hatzoglou9100190.00
Joe WeatherleyJoe WeatherleyNot out10501200.00
Did Not Bat: Ross Whiteley, James Fuller, Liam Dawson, Benny Howell, Chris Wood, Nathan Ellis, John Turner
Extra( b - 0, w - 7, no - 0, lb - 1, p - 0 )8
Total( 10.39 Runs per over )97 (2 Wkts, 9.2 Ov)

Fall of Wickets

36-1 (James Vince, 3.6), 84-2 (Tom Prest, 7.6)

Prem Sisodiya304000213.33
Jamie McIlroy2081014.00
Ruaidhri Smith202400012.00
Andy Gorvin101800018.00
Peter Hatzoglou1.2061004.50

Kiran CarlsonKiran CarlsonNot out9130069.23
Colin IngramColin Ingramc JM Vince b Nathan Ellis341442242.86
Chris CookeChris Cooke(wk)Not out11620183.33
Did Not Bat: Sam Northeast, William Smale (wk), Tom Bevan, Andy Gorvin, Ruaidhri Smith, Prem Sisodiya, Peter Hatzoglou, Jamie McIlroy
Extra( b - 0, w - 0, no - 0, lb - 0, p - 0 )0
Total( 9.82 Runs per over )54 (1 Wkts, 5.3 Ov)

Fall of Wickets

43-1 (Colin Ingram, 4.2)

Chris Wood101900019.00
John Turner1020002.00
Nathan Ellis20171008.50
Benny Howell101200012.00
James Fuller0.3040008.00



Vitality Blast

Date & Time

30 Jun 2023, Fri, 11:30 PM IST


Glamorgan elected to bowl


The Rose Bowl (Nursery)


Mark Newell (England),Mike Burns (England)

Match Referee

Jason Swift (England)

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PredictionWin Prediction



Hampshire will lock horns with Glamorgan in the 114th match of the Vitality Blast 2023 at the Rose Bowl in Southampton on June 30. Hampshire have won seven of their 12 matches and are in the third position in the South Group. Glamorgan, on the other hand, have won just five of their 12 matches and are placed in the sixth position in the South Group. 

Hampshire had squared off against Essex in their last match, where Hampshire won the toss and elected to field. Essex had a picture-perfect start as the openers amassed 127 runs within ten overs and set up a brilliant stage for the middle order. They lost too many wickets and could not capitalise as much but still managed to post 209 runs on the board. Some good partnerships in the middle overs and some quality finish meant Hampshire won the match by four wickets, including half-centuries from James Vince and James Fuller.

Glamorgan had squared off against Sussex in their last match, where Sussex won the toss and elected to bat. Sussex had started decently, which turned into a horrible start where they had lost four wickets within the powerplay. Shadab Khan then took matters into his own hands and played a brilliant unbeaten knock of 87 runs which helped Sussex put up 182 runs on the board. Glamorgan started better than their counterparts but could not sustain it for a much longer duration. By the end of the second innings, Glamorgan could score 162 runs for the loss of eight wickets which meant Sussex had won the match by 20 runs.

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