International Look Back: Jamieson Takes Five Wickets In World Test Championship Final

Kyle Jamieson took five wickets to put New Zealand on top against India in the inaugural World Test Championship Final in 2021

England visit The Ageas Bowl twice in 2023 - with England Women facing Australia in an Ashes ODI in July and England Men facing New Zealand in an ODI of their own in September - and tickets for both fixtures went on sale recently.

To mark the on-sale, we're looking back at impressive individual performances in international fixtures at The Ageas Bowl.

In 2021, The Ageas Bowl was chosen to host the first-ever World Test Championship Final.

New Zealand ace Kyle Jamieson made his international debut in February 2020 in an ODI against India. In his ODI career, the tall fast bowler has taken 11 wickets at 27.

It is with the red ball where Jamieson has impacted the international stage the most, taking 72 wickets at less than 20.

The 28-year-old was the main destroyer of the Indian line-up in the first innings, taking five wickets for 31 runs from 22 overs.

Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill began well, recording an opening partnership of 62 before Jamieson struck, having Sharma caught by Southee in the slips.

Jamieson's next wicket was a massive moment in the match, getting Virat Kohli lbw for 44.

Rishabh Pant was the next Indian batter to fall to Jamieson, slashing hard and edging to second slip to leave India 156/5.

The New Zealand ace then collected his five-wicket haul by having Sharma caught by Ross Taylor before pinning Jasprit Bumrah first ball.

Watch the highlights below.

 England in 2023 | Tickets

Tickets for England Men's ODI against New Zealand sold out before the start of the general sale. The tickets that remain for England Women's Ashes ODI against Australia on Sunday 16th July 2023, are now on general sale; with prices starting from £8 to secure your place, click the link below.

England Women v Australia Tickets

How Can I Still Attend?

Hampshire Cricket Membership

Fans still wishing to attend England Men’s sold-out ODI against New Zealand on Sunday 10th September can do so by becoming a 2023 Hampshire Cricket Member, with a Membership guaranteeing access to an allocation of tickets held back specifically for Hampshire Members. For more information 2023 Hampshire Cricket Memberships, the range of benefits they bring or how to join as a Member please follow the link below.

2023 Membership


Hospitality packages for both ODIs at The Ageas Bowl in 2023 have also been popular. For more information on the premium experiences available at next summer’s fixtures please follow the links below.

England Women v Australia Hospitality

England Men v New Zealand Hospitality 

Hilton at The Ageas Bowl

What’s more, it's still possible to enjoy both fixtures from the comfort of your very own bedroom at Hilton at The Ageas Bowl. Pitch-facing bedrooms with balconies are still available for both 2023 ODIs with more information available via or the links below.

England Women v Australia Hotel Rooms

England Men v New Zealand Hotel Rooms

Waiting List

Alternatively, fans are able to join a waiting list should any tickets become available for England Men’s ODI and can do so via the link below.

Ticket Waiting List

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