SECOND ELEVEN: Sussex remain in driving seat at Horsham07-Jun-2013
Hampshire hit back on Day Two of their three-day friendly against the Sussex Seconds at Horsham yesterday, but the hosts remain in the driving seat 185 runs ahead of their neighbours going into the final day’s play.
The Ageas Bowl-outfit were indebted to Adam Rouse who hit a century and Sean Terry who scored 53 as they reached 257 for 3 before declaring 91 behind Sussex’s total. Michael Rippon (pictured) took two of the Hampshire wickets with Andrew Miller grabbing the other one.
By the close of play, Sussex had reached 94 for 3 to extend the lead to 185. Harry Finch hit 42 and trialist Nitesh Patel 23 as the hosts recovered from losing Joe Gatting for a duck.
To view the full scorecard so far please click HERE. Play resumes at 11.00am this morning at Cricket Field Road and entrance is of course FREE