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CRICKET


Square under cover ahead of the Hants v Notts game - roros from Stuart Canvas, flat covers from totalplay


All the equipment at Newclose is owned by Andy, with the exception of the Poweroll County, which is owned by the club. Cricket equipment remains at Newclose in a purpose built workshop below the pavilion. All other machines, of which there are many, are stored in a lock-up facility in Cowes when not in use.


Machines are supplied by Hunt & Forest, a mainland John Deere dealer, and all carry a 5% surcharge to get them over to the island. Andy has his own grinders for cylinder sharpening and considers the Mastiff a pain


compared to the John Deere’s; “twenty minutes to do a JD and over two hours on the Mastiffs,” he bemoans. Back to Newclose and I ask how Hampshire chose the ground. “The seconds have played here a number of times, so they knew the facility well. In addition, and because of the Ageas Bowl hosting World Cup matches, they have played all their home games here, as have the Hampshire Academy team. And I honestly believe we have the best square and outground in the county.”


Hants v Notts match pitch


“Hampshire’s head groundsman, Nigel Gray (the man who can’t retire!) has visited a few times in the past, and he came over on the Saturday before the game just to check that everything was in order. He must have been happy, because I didn’t see him again, although a few Ageas Bowl lads helped out over the four days.” The match lasted until 3.15pm on the final


day, with Hampshire running out winners by 244 runs. The highlights were centuries from Indian Test batsman Ajinkya Rahane and the home team’s captain, Sam Northeast in their


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Dual drive Greensmower 25” 12-blade £2,700 + vat


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Scarifier-Verticutter Groomer £1,950 + vat


Greensmower 6 or 9-blade 20” & 25”


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Heavy Duty Mower 8-blade 24”, 30” & 36” £4,600-£6,100 + vat


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