NatWest T20 Blast

The Competition:

Twenty20 cricket is the shortest and most high-octane form of the game. If it’s 6-hitting you’re after, this is for you!

Live 2015 Table:

When the 2015 season starts, the live table will appear here.  

Competition Format:

2014, all 18 counties that will compete in the NatWest T20 Blast are split into two groups of nine. Each county plays six other teams in their group home and away and two teams just once. The top four teams in each group will progress to the Quarter-Finals and compete for a place at the inaugural T20 Finals Day

With only 20 overs (and just over an hour) to rack up the highest score you can, expect to see batsmen sweeping, slogging and smashing anything that comes their way – and plenty of wickets tumbling as a result!

In this tournament all teams are allowed to name two overseas stars in any one side (only one is allowed in the other formats) so this is where the big names come to show their skills!

Hampshire’s Record:

In 2010, they created history by becoming the first British side to win the competition on home turf and that was followed by a  beating of Yorkshire Carnegie in a final-over thriller at the SWALEC Stadium in Cardiff in 2012.

In 2013 & 2014, Hampshire were unfortunately defeated in the Semi-Final of T20 Finals Day at Edgbaston.

Hampshire are arguably the most consistent T20 side in the country and 2014 saw the Club qualify for T20 Finals Day for a record fifth consecutive time. 

2015 Opposition:

2015 group information is not yet available.