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Wednesday, 3 September 2014

Sam Hain gets his third Century at lords

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Lords: Middlesex neither the expulsion of the blockage or mathematical Bears banishes the Blues' title hopes obliterates. But the odds Warwickshire in 2015 to protect the "only" limited-overs title or two of the County Championship season after playing in the same section are heavily in favor of the teams.

On the second day at Lord's, all but lost in seven overs when bad light drizzle and enviable strength of the existing red-ball cricket in the Yorkshire treble given some strange dreams, have severely dented.

From there to win, Warwickshire case, it is approaching the nine-down meal in the morning before the announcement of the hosts to score a 10-run lead, Middlesex's first innings, but by the need to rip. The rest of the fare may be hard to stomach, but Sam Hain, 19-year-old man with a rare talent, it is a very good cricket at home might be a few hundred more than the first, and made ​​sure the story - and his first appearance as well.

True, the situation is not the most stressed. But Hine, from the start, looking poised and polished, lived up to his reputation is well worth watching. He hardly looked like a treasure out of the hands of a prize draw vanikinavi on the front, 162 balls and his century to complete.

"Here you have read and heard about the history of a century at Lord's all grown up, well, it has not really sunk in yet," High said. "I'm over the moon with the way it's happening to me., I tried to be positive from the start, and luckily it happened to me that I am today."

Events elsewhere brought both good news and bad. Warwickshire's victory over Notts County Durham and Yorkshire, Lancashire beat cheered, while the reverse is true saddened Middlesex. 

Warwickshire are now 33 points behind the leaders with two games left badly drawn next week to play in the Yorkshire and Notts. But even before the end of the game, they are tomorrow's Royal London Cup semi-final against Kent at Edgbaston turning their attentions could not be excused.

Hain did not play on the side of over 50 and do not expect to be involved tomorrow. "I have to let this sink in for a hundred and we'll hope to get over the line against Kent boys," he said. And the championship title? "Wherever it is immensely proud of what we've done."

T20 Cup in their kit bag already this season, come what can be considered a success for Warwickshire. But on the other end is going well.

Middlesex, they now have only Lancashire and Northants convicted under them, are locked together in Durham. Lancashire is useful, but the lead to 12 points with three games remaining in the final round of the trip to Old Trafford in Durham and a Lord of the meeting. No time for a mid-season replacement on the table, then relax.

There is nothing in the way to the edge of the seat excitement of the final day, hardly less interest.

Middlesex 6 after resuming on 310 for the first time to make a valuable fourth batting point, notice that the left-hander Tim Murtagh bowled by Rikki Clarke at the sight of a 8-1 off-side field and was hemmed by a semi almost impossible for small to mid-off, the first slip -circle. However, the concern that the visitors failed to earn a point in the third bowl.

An edge and drive to mid-on for a check - they are - with little to clear the backlog before the opener Varun Chopra, Warwickshire, upside-down, laid low by a stomach Ian Westwood and Jonathan Trott both the optimists have lost the opportunity to absorb some of the drama in the afternoon. But William Porterfield and Hine Murtagh stood firm in the face of a particularly challenging opening spell, and then developed to the extent of 173 undefeated runs.

What is the stage of the Lord of glory. But Hine - British parents born in Hong Kong and Australia and has played for the Under-19s, despite the England-bound - the development of his career, on a regular basis, it seems destined to play in front of a large audience.

The first hundred against Northants and Durham, taken off after another, his third championship century of the season. He deliberately over the slip cordon to the boundary of the class when the spoon faith and Toby Roland-Jones cramped for room

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