First class cricket continues on the Isle of Wight today (Friday).
Hampshire are taking on Nottinghamshire in the County Championship in day four.
It’s the first time top flight cricket has been held on the Island for more than 50 years.
Indian batsman, Ajinkya Rahane, scored 119 on his Hampshire debut to give Hants a lead of 397 going into the final day.
England star, Stuart Broad, has been playing for Notts.
Andy Butler’s a groundsman down at Newclose County Cricket Ground:
“Everything seems to have gone very well.
“I am really proud of everyone who has been involved in making this happen – it has been a great few days.”
Notts will start the day at 11am, on 42-2 chasing 397 runs.
Entry prices have been reduced for today’s play to £10 for adults and £5 for kids.