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County cricket round-up

Warwickshire secure the Championship after Sussex lose

Sep 6, 2004: Warwickshire have been crowned as the 2004 County Champions, after Sussex - the previous title-holders and the only team that could have caught them - slumped to defeat in a topsy-turvy encounter against Middlesex

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National League round-up

A good day for Scotsmen

Sep 5, 2004: Scotland ended their second season of National League cricket with an emphatic victory over Derbyshire at the Grange

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County cricket round-up

Glamorgan on the verge of promotion after stunning win

Aug 31, 2004: In the first division, a hundred from Ed Smith on the third day at Canterbury put Kent in an excellent position against Northants

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English National League 2004

Champions Surrey are relegated

Aug 30, 2004: On another day of rain interruptions and run-rate calculations, Surrey - the defending National League champions - lost out to Northants, a defeat that condemned them to relegation

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English County Championship 2004

Draws all round as the rain comes out on top

Aug 24, 2004: Six matches, six draws: the weather certainly came out on top in the latest round of matches in the Frizzell County Championship

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County news

Scotland fall short in thriller

Aug 22, 2004: In today's round of National League matches, Graham Napier picked up four quick wickets to send Kent crashing to a 35-run defeat to Essex at Colchester

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County news

Croft powers Glamorgan to the title

Aug 22, 2004: In today's round of National League matches, Glamorgan clinched the title for the second time in three years after Robert Croft's 106 set up a five-wicket win over Lancashire in front of a capacity crowd at the Rhos on Sea ground

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County news

Price signs for Worcestershire

Aug 12, 2004: Ray Price, the Zimbabwean left-arm spinner, is the latest player to sign for an English county as a non-overseas player under the "Kolpack" ruling

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National League round-up

Collingwood takes Durham to victory

Aug 9, 2004: In the three National League matches played, there were convincing wins for Gloucestershire, Durham and Sussex

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County news

Grayson awarded benefit year

Aug 3, 2004: Paul Grayson, the Essex allrounder, has been granted a benefit year by the club for next season

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National League round-up

Mike Hussey hurries Gloucestershire to easy win

Aug 1, 2004: In today's round of National League matches, an unbeaten 107 from Mike Hussey helped Gloucestershire to a six-wicket win against Kent in the only Division One clash of the day

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English County Championship 2004

Middlesex scrape home despite Bichel's hundred

Jul 25, 2004: Middlesex eased their Championship relegation worries with victory at New Road - but it was closer than they would have expected after reducing Worcester to 47 for 4 yesterday

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National League round-up

Hollioake guides Surrey to victory

Jul 18, 2004: In the latest round of National League matches, Surrey managed a close - and crucial - win against Kent by four wickets with Adam Hollioake guiding them to victory with an unbeaten 41

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County news

Blignaut signs for Durham

Jul 15, 2004: Andy Blignaut, the Zimbabwean bowling allrounder, has joined Durham on a short-term deal

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County set - Yorkshire

Relaxed Dawson

Jul 15, 2004: Richard Dawson had just turned 21 when he played the first of his seven Tests in December 2001 and not much older when he played his last at Sydney in January two years later

Martin Searby

County set - Worcestershire

Mason makes it

Jul 15, 2004: Matt Mason is hardly the archetypal English seamer

John Westerby

County set - Sussex

Kirtley's tough start

Jul 15, 2004: If lukewarm would be the nice way to describe the first phase of the county champions' defence of their crown, James Kirtley's five victims at 77.80 was positively Antarctic

Rob Steen

County set - Somerset

Who'd be a bowler?

Jul 15, 2004: The bowling averages at the end of June should have come with a parental warning: all the Somerset regulars' Championship wickets were costing 30-plus

Rob Steen

County set - Nottinghamshire

Counting the cost

Jul 15, 2004: The development of Trent Bridge has met with approval from all quarters, a masterpiece of good taste and functionality, and there is more to come over the next five years, but the members have been enjoying the fruits of grand design for the paltry

Martin Searby

County set - Middlesex

Seaxe falls on Shah

Jul 15, 2004: Swapping captains in mid-season is not the Middlesex way, but England's good fortune in promoting Andrew Strauss ahead of schedule has been his county's rotten luck, with Ed Joyce thrust into the front line when Owais Shah's stewardship was deemed

Rob Steen
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Tournament Results
Somerset v Notts at Taunton - Sep 8, 2004
Notts won by 34 runs
Scotland v Derbyshire at Edinburgh - Sep 5, 2004
Scotland won by 8 wickets (with 53 balls remaining)
Worcs v Leics at Worcester - Sep 5, 2004
Worcs won by 5 wickets (with 158 balls remaining)
Yorkshire v Durham at Scarborough - Sep 5, 2004
Yorkshire won by 3 wickets (with 20 balls remaining)
Sussex v Middlesex at Hove - Sep 2, 2004
Sussex won by 132 runs
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