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History of cricket in Hampshire 
Discover how cricket developed in Hampshire, especially Winchester

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Cricket in Hampshire

Hampshire is home to the internationally acclaimed Ageas Bowl, formerly known as the Rose Bowl, situated on the outskirts of Southampton in the village of West End.

Built in 2001 and costing £24m, the Ageas Bowl is used for county and one day international cricket matches as well as music concerts and seasonal events.

It hosted its first Test Match in 2011 between England and Sri Lanka, becoming only the tenth ground in England and Wales to do so.

Hampshire County Cricket Club play the majority of their home games at the Ageas Bowl and are one of the 18 major county clubs which make up the English domestic cricket structure.

It was founded in August 1863 and was based at the County Ground in Northlands Road, Southampton since 1885.

Hampshire played its initial first class match against Sussex but lost by ten wickets.

The first record of cricket being played was actually in 1622 in a legal case in Boxgrave where two men were accused of playing cricket in the church grounds.

Cricket grounds have a strong affiliation with pubs in the South.

Offering a great opportunity to explore some of Hampshire's finest inns and taverns from the Bat and Ball in Hambledon to The Globe on the Lake in Alresford.

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  1. The Ageas Bowl

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    The Ageas Bowl


    The Ageas Bowl is the iconic home of Hampshire Cricket and a new 4* Hilton hotel open at the picture-perfect venue.

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    The Ageas Bowl


    The Ageas Bowl is the iconic home of Hampshire Cricket and a new 4* Hilton hotel open at the picture-perfect venue.

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    Solent Yachting

    Haslar Road, Gosport

    Where your adventure starts... the Solent is one of the world's best sailing destinations. So why not make the most of it and charter a yacht from Solent Yachting for a day, weekend or even a week. No experience required.

  4. Woodington / Whinwhistle Fisheries

    Woodington / Whinwhistle Fisheries


    Woodington Trout Fishery has four lakes containing rainbow and brown trout up to 12lb. Whinwhistle Coarse Fishery has 3 lakes containing carp, tench, bream and roach. Site is a former nature reserve with 125 different nesting birds.

  5. Woodmill Outdoor Activities Centre

    Woodmill Outdoor Activities Centre


    Woodmill Outdoor Activities Centre offers activities/courses in kayaking, canoeing, climbing and abseiling, archery, tunnelling, high ropes, low ropes, rafting, trapeze and fishing for individuals and groups of all abilities.

  6. Wiltshire Cycleway

    Wiltshire Cycleway


    Just two hours from London, the south coast, the Midlands and Wales, Wiltshire is an ideal location. It’s also close to other popular destinations such as Bath, Oxford and the New Forest.

  7. Weybrook Park Golf Course

    Weybrook Park Golf Course


    Weybrook Park was opened in May 1997 by 2 time US Open champion Retief Goosen, and European Tour Players, Howard Clark, Peter Hedblom, Paul Broadhurst and has quickly established itself as one of the premier golf courses in the area.

  8. Wimbledon Park Sports Centre, Portsmouth

    Wimbledon Park Sports Centre


    Multi-facility centre.

  9. The Race Centre

    The Race Centre

    Chandlers Ford, Eastleigh

    Virtual F1 experiences at the F1 Race Centre for groups and individuals.

  10. BTEC at Thruxton Circuit

    Thruxton Motorsports Centre


    Thruxton is one of the fastest circuits and one which has hosted many varied events.