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County News

Rhodes offered new contract at Worcester

Sep 23, 2003: Worcestershire are to offer Steve Rhodes a new one-year contract

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2003 Season review

Highlights ... and lowlights ...

Sep 22, 2003: FIVE FOREIGN FIZZERS Yuvraj Singh Only 145 runs for Yorkshire's low-key high-profile import Virender Sehwag Took a while to find his feet for Leicestershire then went home early with an injury Ashley Thorpe For once an Aussie did badly

Freddie Auld

National Cricket League round-up

Loye and Law lead Lancashire to Division Two title

Sep 21, 2003: Lancashire 243 for 1 beat Northamptonshire 240 by nine wickets at Northampton Scorecard Lancashire took the title of Division Two winners with a nine-wicket win against Northants, and at the same time pipped them to the post

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County News

Hollioake can't hide his Championship disappointment

Sep 15, 2003: Adam Hollioake, Surrey's captain, has admitted that winning the National League and the Twenty20 Cup hasn't softened the blow of letting the Championship slip away from them

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County News

Harvey rules out return to Gloucestershire

Sep 15, 2003: Gloucestershire have announced that Ian Harvey will not be returning to the club next season

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National Cricket League round-up

Surrey crowned National League champions

Sep 14, 2003: Surrey 198 for 9 beat Glamorgan 190 by eight runs at Cardiff Scorecard They may have blown the Championship, but Surrey were today crowned the National League champions after beating last year's winners Glamorgan by eight runs in a low-scoring

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Surrey win the National League title at Cardiff

Sep 14, 2003: Surrey defeated Glamorgan by 8 runs at Cardiff to win the National League title after an enthralling contest on a slow and low Sophia Gardens wicket

Andrew Hignell

County News

Ward to leave Surrey at end of season

Sep 14, 2003: Ian Ward has announced he will leave Surrey at the end of the season, citing the need for a new challenge and fresh motivation as the reason

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County News

Warwickshire express concern over Ntini

Sep 12, 2003: Warwickshire are concerned that Makhaya Ntini will not be allowed to play for them next season

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County News

Flower agrees two-year deal with Essex

Sep 12, 2003: Andy Flower has agreed a new two-year deal with Essex

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National League Round-up

Gough's best efforts can't save Yorkshire

Sep 11, 2003: Essex 177 for 6 beat Yorkshire 174 by four wickets at Chelmsford Scorecard For Darren Gough this was a day he would rather forget

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National Cricket League round-up

Gloucestershire snatch win while Northants are promoted

Sep 7, 2003: Gloucestershire 232 for 7 beat Essex 227 by five runs at Bristol Scorecard With the game in their sights, Essex suffered a dramatic collapse of eight wickets for 40 runs to blow it against Gloucestershire

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MacLaurin warns that English cricket is at the crossroads

Sep 4, 2003: Lord MacLaurin, the chairman of the England & Wales Cricket Board until earlier this year, has warned that cricket in England risks becoming "a former sport of the summer ..

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National League Round-up

Hollioake blasts Surrey towards title

Sep 3, 2003: National League Division One Table Surrey 143 for 5 beat Kent 142 by five wickets at Canterbury Scorecard Baring a series of freak results, Surrey effectively secured the National League title thatnks to a superb allround performance

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Ward and Nixon see Leicestershire home under the lights at Cardiff

Sep 2, 2003: A record-breaking stand of 125 in 24 overs for the 6th wicket between Trevor Ward and Paul Nixon completely transformed Leicestershire`s floodlit match with Glamorgan at Sophia Gardens

Andrew Hignell

National League round-up

Ward and Nixon edge thriller for Leics

Sep 2, 2003: Leicestershire 227 for 7 beat Glamorgan 226 for 7 by three wickets at Cardiff Scorecard Trevor Ward and Paul Nixon added 125 for the sixth wicket to salvage Leicestershire's hopes of staying in the First Division, as Glamorgan were beaten by

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National League Round-up

Gloucestershire push Surrey all the way

Sep 2, 2003: National Cricket League Division One Table Gloucestershire (246 for 6) beat Warwickshire (244 for 7) by 2 runs Scorecard Gloucestershire's hopes of a one-day double following their C&G win at Lord's on Saturday remained alive - if slim

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National Cricket League round-up

Surrey edge towards title after thrilling win against Yorkshire

Aug 31, 2003: Surrey 202 beat Yorkshire 200 for 8 by two runs at Headingley Scorecard There were 13 England Test players past and present - as well as a few of the future - on show at Headingley, the scene of England's dismal surrender to South Africa last

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National League Round-up

Scotland sunk by Hopkinson's allround effort

Aug 28, 2003: Essex v Worcestershire at Colchester Scorecard Essex scrambled to a thrilling two-wicket victory over the C&G finalists Worcestershire at Colchester, in a match that had been decimated by bad weather

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Martyn signs for Yorkshire

Aug 28, 2003: Damien Martyn has signed for Yorkshire for the remainder of the county season, as a replacement for their current overseas players, Stephen Fleming and Yuvraj Singh, who will be away on international duty

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Tournament Results
Kent v Warwickshire at Canterbury - Sep 21, 2003
Kent won by 104 runs
Surrey v Leics at The Oval - Sep 21, 2003
Leics won by 168 runs
Worcs v Essex at Worcester - Sep 21, 2003
Essex won by 4 wickets (with 18 balls remaining)
Yorkshire v Gloucs at Leeds - Sep 21, 2003
Gloucs won by 3 wickets (with 5 balls remaining)
Glamorgan v Surrey at Cardiff - Sep 14, 2003
Surrey won by 8 runs
Leics v Kent at Leicester - Sep 14, 2003
Kent won by 8 wickets (with 154 balls remaining)
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