Lancashire Second XI's opening game of the season ended in a draw after no play was possible on the second day at the Ageas Bowl due to the weather.
On the opening day, Jordan Clark had a superb day with bat and ball to guide Lancashire's Second XI side to a strong performance against Hampshire at the Ageas Bowl.
The Lancashire all-rounder blasted 86 from 80 balls, hitting four sixes in five deliveries, before taking two wickets in Hampshire's response. There were three half-centuries in Lancashire's innings of 283/4 declared, with Alex Davies (68) and Liam Livingstone (57) also impressing with the bat ahead of the opening Specsavers County Championship match against Nottinghamshire this Sunday.
Davies and Livingstone shared 109 runs for the second wicket, before Clark's ferocious innings propelled the visitors to a strong total. Hampshire's reply was similarly assured, although the standout performance of the day came from Joe Weatherly, who was unbeaten on 98 at stumps with Hampshire reaching 146/3.
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