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Gauteng v Easterns, Standard Bank Cup final, Johannesburg

Gauteng crush Easterns in Standard Bank Cup final

Mar 1, 2004: Gauteng, now known as the Highveld Strikers, won the Standard Bank Cup with a convincing seven-wicket victory over Easterns at the Wanderers on Sunday

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Standard Bank Cup, Final

Rain threatens Cup final

Feb 28, 2004: The Standard Bank Cup final between the Highveld Strikers and Easterns at the Wanderers has been threatened by rain

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South African cricket

Arthur to coach Eastern Cape franchise team

Feb 26, 2004: Mickey Arthur, currently coach of the Griquas, has been appointed head coach of the new Eastern Cape franchise team

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Standard Bank Cup, 2003-04

Standard Bank Cup final postponed

Feb 26, 2004: The final of the Standard Bank Cup between Guateng and Easterns, scheduled to be played at the Wanderers on Friday, has been postponed to February 29

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Standard Bank Cup 2003-04, Semi-final, Johannesburg

Gauteng make it to the final

Feb 22, 2004: A big crowd of nearly 8000 at the Wanderers watched as Gauteng overhauled Northerns' total with two balls to spare, to set up a home final next week against Easterns

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Standard Bank Cup 2003-04, Semi-final, Cape Town,

Easterns knock out Western Province

Feb 21, 2004: Western Province, finishing the round robin at the top of the table, was surprised by a highly motivated Easterns team after the visitors knocked off the small target of 198

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Standard Bank Cup, 2003-04

Gauteng snatch home semi-final from Northerns

Feb 16, 2004: Rain nearly stopped Gauteng in its tracks, but held off long enough for Adam Bacher to stand alone against Border and ensure the win with a bonus point to snatch the home semi-final place from Northerns

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Standard Bank Cup, 2003-04

Gauteng win as rain wrecks havoc

Feb 14, 2004: Gauteng defeated Northerns, but rain washed out the fixtures at Benoni and Centurion

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Standard Bank Cup 2003-04

Franchise Protests as Border beat Griqualand West

Feb 12, 2004: Border, with two games left to play, have made a bold bid for a Standard BankCup semi-final place with a win over Griqualand West in Kimberley

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Standard Bank Cup 2003-04

Duminy takes Western Province to the top

Feb 9, 2004: Western Province has made sure of finishing at the top of the Standard Bank Cup table with a close win against Easterns at Newlands while Northerns, winning against Gauteng, can still finish on the same points but would have won fewer matches

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Standard Bank Cup 2003-04

Wins for Northerns, Easterns and Gauteng

Feb 7, 2004: Northerns, Easterns and Gauteng maintained their fight for semi-final places in the Standard Bank Cup, registering away wins

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South African cricket

South Africa complete domestic restructuring

Feb 1, 2004: The restructuring of South African Professional Cricket has been finalised today (February 1, 2004) with the announcement by Cricket SA (Pty) Ltd of the six franchises awarded to compete in the domestic professional cricket structure as of the

Standard Bank Cup 2003-04

Pollock hammers a hundred from No. 3

Jan 22, 2004: Three of the top four teams, Northerns, Gauteng and Easterns, had to settlefor shared points as the two Standard Bank Cup matches scheduled for the wet Johannesburg area were abandoned without a ball being bowled

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Standard Bank Cup, 2003-04

Rain plays spoilsport

Jan 15, 2004: A rain-starved South Africa got the downpour it desired

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North West v Western Province, Potchefstroom

Johnson leads the way for Western Province

Jan 11, 2004: A hundred from Neil Johnson and a professional display of one-day cricket helped Western Province regain their winning form with a convincing nine-wicket win over North West in Potchefstroom

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Standard Bank Cup 2003-04

Western Province lose unbeaten record

Jan 10, 2004: Rain once again played its hand in the Standard Bank Cup, as the match between Gauteng and Western Province, played at the Wanderers in Johannesburg, was interrupted, resulting in Duckworth-Lewis adjusting the Western Province target and creating a

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Standard Bank Cup 2003-04

Rain kills KwaZulu-Natal and Boland's hopes

Jan 8, 2004: For the third time this season Border and KwaZulu-Natal had to be content sharing the points with the opposition as rain washed out any chance of play in the second round of the Standard Bank Cup

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Standard Bank Cup 2003-04

Rain wins the day on East Coast

Dec 22, 2003: Rain up and down the Eastern Cape coast ensured that no play was possible on the third day of the match between Border and West Indies, and also put paid to any possible result in the Standard Bank Cup match between Eastern Province and Easterns, who

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Standard Bank Cup, 2003-04

Kallis keeps up Western Province's unbeaten run

Dec 21, 2003: With a small target to chase Jacques Kallis helped himself to an undefeated 74 and Western Province maintained their unbeaten record as KwaZulu-Natal in their Standard Bank Cup clash at Newlands

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Standard Bank Cup 2003-04

Northerns and Gauteng climb the ladder

Dec 20, 2003: Judging by his innings for Northerns in Centurion, Jacques Rudolph is not going to gift his place in the national team

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Tournament Results
Gauteng v Easterns at Johannesburg - Feb 29, 2004
Gauteng won by 7 wickets (with 69 balls remaining)
Gauteng v Northerns at Johannesburg - Feb 22, 2004
Gauteng won by 6 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)
W Province v Easterns at Cape Town - Feb 20, 2004
Easterns won by 4 wickets (with 7 balls remaining)
E. Province v Griq West at Port Elizabeth - Feb 15, 2004
Griq West won by 73 runs
Gauteng v Border at Johannesburg - Feb 15, 2004
Gauteng won by 2 wickets (with 50 balls remaining) (D/L method)
North West v KZ-Natal at Potchefstroom - Feb 15, 2004
North West won by 6 wickets (with 79 balls remaining)
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