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Apr 30, 2004: For different reasons, England and the West Indies are desperate for the one-day internationals to go ahead in St
Apr 13, 2004: It has been called cricket's answer to `Bend it like Beckham', although in the light of the England football captain's recent troubles off the field, cricket might not want to get too close to the winter game
Apr 8, 2004: Andrew Flintoff and Chris Adams are the two English players to be named in the Wisden Cricketers' Almanack five cricketers of the year
Mar 31, 2004: England go into the third Test against the West Indies in Bridgetown, Barbados, confident of getting the win or draw that will secure a first series victory in the Caribbean for 36 years.
Mar 16, 2004: After the euphoria of a ten-wicket win at Sabina Park, England are turning their thoughts towards the Trinidad Test starting on Friday
Mar 9, 2004: Graham Thorpe knows that he needs to produce runs to justify his place in the England team, and he will not be kidded by reports of West Indian weakness.
Feb 24, 2004: England leave for the Test series in the Caribbean with genuine hopes of winning the Test series
Jan 20, 2004: Now is the time for young cricketers who want to go to university to consider the expanding opportunities at University Centres of Cricketing Excellence
Jan 14, 2004: Gareth Batty prepares to travel with England to the West Indies and what could be a crucial tussle with Brian Lara.
Jan 8, 2004: After the disappointment of suffering an injury that forced him out of the Sri Lanka leg of the winter tours, pace bowler Stephen Harmison is back in the England squad to go to the Caribbean.
Dec 27, 2003: As 2003 ends, England can look back on very satisfactory progress during the year
Oct 20, 2003: Danish Kaneria's probing spell accounted for Mark Boucher, but Gary Kirsten held fort and took South Africa to 211 for 6 one hour after lunch on the fourth day
Oct 20, 2003: David Graveney is about to notch up his one hundredth Test since first becoming involved with the selection of England teams
Oct 9, 2003: Geraint Jones gives all the right answers when asked about which country he will be supporting in the rugby World Cup.
Oct 7, 2003: Every new tour is a new beginning for the England cricket team, but there really is a sense of adventure about the party leaving for Bangladesh and Sri Lanka
Sep 29, 2003: Christ Church School, Ealing - national champions (c) ECB When the Kwik Cricket initiative was launched, one of the major aims was to open up the game to children who might otherwise not get an opportunity to play cricket in any form
Sep 18, 2003: Sussex captain Chris Adams celebrates Sussex are the Frizzell County Champions of 2003
England v South Africa, 5th npower Test, The Oval, Day 5
Sep 8, 2003: © Getty Images It was said that England had to win the toss if they wanted to win the match and level the series
Sep 3, 2003: He made his debut for Surrey in 1981 - a full year before England colleague James Anderson was born - and his Test debut in 1990
Aug 30, 2003: In years to come, anyone looking at the scores in the 2003 Cheltenham and Gloucester Trophy final is likely to consign it to the "win the toss and win the match" genre
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