2015 sees Hampshire return to Division One of the LV=CC, whilst attempting to reach a record-breaking, sixth consecutive T20 Blast Finals Day. What's more, there's also Hampshire's Royal London One-Day Cup campaign to enjoy and, of course, there's still England's highly anticipated ODI against Australia to come.
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World Champions, Australia, visit the Ageas Bowl in September to face England. This instalment of one of cricket's greatest rivalries follows hot on the heels of an Ashes summer, so competitive juices are likely to be bubbling over. A fixture that never disappoints.
NatWest T20 Blast's got it all; splayed stumps, big hits, outlandish catches and thrilling finishes. Hampshire play seven matches at the Ageas Bowl this summer as they look to reach a record-breaking, sixth consecutive T20 Blast Finals Day. Don't miss a moment of the drama with a T20 Blast Passport.
Witness Hampshire's 50-over match against Middlesex during the day and then enjoy a performance from Boyzone once the cricket's culminated. What's more, the Ageas Family Festival will be onsite all day, and the Red Devils will be parachuting into the ground during the match's interval.
The Ageas Bowl hosts four Royal London One-Day Cup matches this summer, which promise the intricacies of the game's longer format and the fireworks of Twenty20 cricket in equal measure. Hampshire will be looking to regain the title they won in thrilling circumstances in 2012.
Hampshire return to Division One in 2015 and there's eight matches to enjoy. Jimmy Adams' side face the likes of Yorkshire, Durham and Nottinghamshire at the Ageas Bowl this season as they look to build on 2014's Division Two title-winning success.
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