Cricket day at Sir Harold Hillier Gardens

Two-year-old Zoe Sampson has a go at cricket.

Two-year-old Zoe Sampson has a go at cricket.

First published in News

HAMPSHIRE Cricket Club staged matches in the world-famous Sir Harold Hiller Gardens, near Romsey, as part of its 150th anniversary celebrations.

They took place on the refurbished Centenary Border, which is the length of 11 cricket pitches.

There are markers at intervals of 22 yards – the length of a cricket pitch – along the stone paths.

Garden founder Sir Harold Hillier was a keen cricket fan and the original border reflected this.

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