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|Full name||James Hibberd|
|Born||19 April 1981|
Southampton, Hampshire, England
|Domestic team information|
Source: Cricinfo, 29 December 2009
Hibberd made his debut for the Hampshire Cricket Board in the 38-County Cup during the 2000 season, playing his first match against Dorset. He played three matches during the competition, top-scoring with 24 runs.
Hibberd made a single List-A appearance for the Hampshire Cricket Board against the Kent Cricket Board during the 2001 Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy. He did not bat or bowl in the match which, having been extended to two days after a wash-out on the first day, had to be settled by a bowl-out.
Hibberd made three appearances in the same competition for Wiltshire, his debut for the side coming in August 2002, against Hampshire Cricket Board. His final List-A match came against Kent in the 2005 Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy. Hibberd took 7-97 against Cardiff University in his last match for Hampshire 1st XI also scoring 33 with the bat.
In four List A matches, he scored 27 runs in three innings, including an innings high of 26 runs in his first innings. He bowled 25 overs in List-A cricket, taking 7 wickets and conceding 80 runs, including a best bowling performance of 4-48 in his debut match.