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August 8, 2003
Hampshire 2nd XI choose from twelve to take on Sussex 2nd XI in the ECB Trophy semi-final match at The Rose Bowl on Monday 11 August, starting at 11am.
Hampshire reached the semi-final of the 50-over contest by winning all eight of their group matches, and will go into this clash as favourites.
From the twelve, the only injury worry is Jimmy Adams, who sustained concussion and a bruised eye in the Frizzell County Championship match against Northamptonshire at The Rose Bowl. He is to see a specialist today (Friday) to gain clearance, but coach Tony Middleton is confident that he will be ready.
The home side have reached the final in three of the last four seasons, without success and will be looking to redress this, starting with the semi-final.
Admission is free to this game.
Live scores of this match will be shown on the Hampshirew Web Site throughout the day.
Hampshire squad: James Hamblin, Jimmy Adams, Will Kendall (capt), Lawrence Prittipaul, Greg Lamb, Chris Benham, Kevin Latouf, Iain Brunnschweiler (w-k), Charlie van der Gucht, James Hibberd, James Bruce, James Tomlinson.
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