Absolutely. Just think what Glam could achieve if/when they all start to really fire.glamman wrote: ↑Sat Jul 07, 2018 5:38 pmThe fact we won without Khawaja, Marsh or Ingram really firing has to be a positive.Vetchetarian wrote: ↑Sat Jul 07, 2018 9:25 amIt's a given that ALL Glam followers want our home grown talent to flourish, and for anyone to suggest otherwise, well, it's just silly.glamman wrote: ↑Sat Jul 07, 2018 7:14 amI’m sure everyone who gives comments here is only too pleased to see the only 3 Welsh players in the team all contribute. Salter has a lot of experience in this format and is probably better suited to white ball cricket. Donald again has the attributes for T20 and I would have opened with him and Khawaja.
Hogan miserly as ever and the other bowlers supported well. Good signs but a long way to go.
' One swallow ... ', etc., so no point in getting carried away. Lots of games to come.
According to the Radio Solent crew, the Hampshire players were fatigued, both mentally and physically, after winning the One Day Cup last weekend.
Apparently, the intervening number of days just weren't enough recovery time.
Now, there may be an element of truth in that, or perhaps they were a bit complacent about facing a Glam team that has struggled most of the season.
Anything can happen in a 20/20 game, and so it turned out, with David, yet again, beating Goliath.
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