Jun 24, 2003: Gloucestershire 135 for 2 (Harvey 100*) beat Warwickshire 134 for 7 by 8 wickets at Edgbaston Ian Harvey thrashed the first century in Twenty20 Cup cricket as Gloucestershire maintained their 100% record at Edgbaston
Jun 24, 2003: Steven Lynch I have been pleasantly surprised by the crowds, the obvious fun, and the way the players have tucked in (maybe the promise of meeting Atomic Kitten at Trent Bridge has something to do with that)
Jun 24, 2003: Hampshire Hawks were dumped out of the Twenty20 competition after losing to the Middlesex Crusaders at Uxbridge CC on Monday
Jun 23, 2003: An ECB Pitch Panel comprising Tony Brown and John Jameson (Pitch Liaison Officers) was convened today at Derby to conduct a hearing in respect of the pitch used for Derbyshire's Twenty20 Cup match against Nottinghamshire on Thursday 19 June 2003 that
Jun 23, 2003: Gloucestershire 135 for 2 (Harvey 100*) beat Warwickshire 134 for 7 by 8 wickets at Edgbaston Ian Harvey thrashed the first century in Twenty20 Cup cricket as Gloucestershire maintained their 100% record at Edgbaston
Jun 21, 2003: Hampshire Hawks go into their final two Twenty20 matches, against Middlesex Crusaders on Monday at Uxbridge (23 June) and Surrey Lions at the Rose Bowl on Tuesday (24 June) both matches starting at 5.30pm
Jun 21, 2003: Ian Harvey and Craig Spearman smashed the biggest partnership in the Twenty20 Cup so far as Gloucestershire completely demolished their West Country rivals Somerset at Taunton
Jun 20, 2003: Leicestershire 178 for 7 beat Lancashire 156 for 8 by 22 runs at Leicester Scorecard Leicestershire won their third Twenty20 Cup match out of three, beating Lancashire by 22 runs at Grace Road
Jun 19, 2003: A packed Old Trafford crowd eagerly awaiting a win over their rivals Yorkshire got they wanted
Jun 19, 2003: Crowds for the Twenty20 Cup group matches have been nearly three times higher than for the equivalent games in the old Benson & Hedges Cup, the competition that was scrapped to make way for the new tournament
Jun 19, 2003: Crowds for the Twenty20 Cup group matches are currently running nearly three times higher than for the equivalent games in the old Benson & Hedges Cup
Jun 19, 2003: A pair of Australians have already come blisteringly close to the first century in the Twenty20 Cup, and last night it was Nick Knight's turn to come, see and all but conquer, as Warwickshire made it two wins out of two in the Midlands/West/Wales
Jun 18, 2003: Hampshire Hawks lost out by a narrow margin to the Essex Eagles in the Twenty20 competition, as gloom descended over the Rose Bowl.
Jun 18, 2003: Somerset beat Glamorgan by 7 wickets in a remarkable Twenty20 match at Sophia Gardens, Cardiff that saw 390 runs scored in just 38 overs, and all despite steady drizzle that fell throughout what turned out to be a quite amazing match
Jun 18, 2003: Somerset took their first step towards the next stage of the new Twenty20 Cup competition when they beat Glamorgan in Cardiff this evening to earn themselves two valuable points
Jun 18, 2003: The Cidermen travel to Cardiff later today to take on Glamorgan in search of their first win in the Twenty20 Cup
Jun 17, 2003: Advance ticket sales for the Essex Eagles' first home Twenty20 Cup match against Kent Spitfires on Friday 20th June has closed due to unprecedented demand
Jun 17, 2003: Hampshire Hawks retain the same 12 that lost at Beckenham on Monday evening when they meet the Essex Eagles at The Rose Bowl on Wednesday (5.30pm).
Jun 17, 2003: Hampshire Hawks will be flying high and fast tonight (Wednesday 18th June) to outwit and outplay the Essex Eagles in their next Twenty20 match at The Rose Bowl.
Jun 17, 2003: Australian tornado: Andrew Symonds launches another six on his way to a 37-ball 96 not out at Beckenham Australia's Brad Hodge and Andrew Symonds came close to becoming the first Twenty20 centurians, but both had to be content with guiding
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