National League Division Two, 2004 /

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County set - Leicestershire

Gibson returns

Jul 15, 2004: At the age of 35 and having played his last first-class match more than three years ago, Ottis Gibson scarcely expected to be leading a county attack this summer

John Westerby

County set - Hampshire

Shane for Shane

Jul 15, 2004: These are happy times in Hampshire

Nick Hoult

County set - Durham

Time to get lucky

Jul 15, 2004: Martyn Moxon hopes that his luck is about to change in the second half of the summer with Ian Pattison now recovered from a serious shoulder injury, Gavin Hamilton on the road back and the emergence of the 20-year-old Scot Kyle Coetzer, who made an

Martin Searby

County set - Derbyshire

Houghton upbeat

Jul 15, 2004: Given that Derbyshire reached the halfway stage in the season without a Championship win and have carried a long list of walking wounded, it would be understandable if an air of doom and gloom was descending over the Racecourse Ground

Martin Searby

National League round-up

White and Roberts topple Glamorgan

Jul 11, 2004: In the latest round of National League matches, Glamorgan stayed top of the table despite going down by 17 runs against Northamptonshire

Wisden Cricinfo staff

totesport League Division Two

Scotland routed as Middlesex move clear

Jul 5, 2004: Middlesex moved clear at the top of the National League second division, as Scotland continued to flounder in the basement, after a match which encapsulated perfectly the differences between the teams

Wisden Cricinfo staff

National League round-up

Spearman helps Gloucestershire to victory

Jul 4, 2004: Rain affected several games in the latest round of National League games, with the matches between Kent and Essex, Scotland and Sussex, and Durham and Leicestershire all called off with no result

Wisden Cricinfo staff

National League Division Two

Prior hits maiden hundred to sink Durham

Jul 1, 2004: In the latest round of National League matches, Worcestershire came out on top, but only just, in a rain-affected game against Scotland, and Sussex defied the pace of Shoaib Akhtar to set Durham a stiff total at Hove, with Robin Martin-Jenkins

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National League and Championship round-up

Glamorgan extend their advantage

Jun 27, 2004: After a first-day washout, Usman Afzaal made up for lost time with an unbeaten 83, as Northampton reached the close on 257 for 5 against Lancashire in the first division of the Frizzell County Championship

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County news

Rogers to fly home with shoulder injury

Jun 24, 2004: Derbyshire's long list of injuries lengthened again yesterday when Chris Rogers, one of their overseas players from Western Australia, was ruled out for the rest of the season with a shoulder injury

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County set - The Wisden Cricketer

Lawson gets leg up

Jun 23, 2004: The county does not go much on legspinners and has not picked one since Eddie (real name Edric) Leadbeater finished his career 48 years ago, so there was a buzz when Mark Lawson was selected in the squad for the Championship game at Essex

Martin Searby

County set - The Wisden Cricketer

Tough task

Jun 23, 2004: Graduation to Division One was never likely to be straightforward but Worcestershire have been surprised by the quality of opposition they have faced on their first foray into the Championship's top flight

John Westerby

County set - The Wisden Cricketer

Tale of two keepers

Jun 23, 2004: It is possible that the gauntlet-swapping of Matt Prior and Tim Ambrose will one day attract Hollywood - or, better still, Ealing

Rob Steen

County set - The Wisden Cricketer

Hildreth a big hit

Jun 23, 2004: What with Durham chasing down 451 and Worcestershire administering a whipping in the C&G, joy was easily confined in May, save James Hildreth's 101 and 72 on Championship debut, against an attack numbering Shoaib Akhtar

Rob Steen

County set - The Wisden Cricketer

`Pike' picking up

Jun 23, 2004: It is four summers since Paul Franks made his one-day international debut against West Indies at Trent Bridge and many are wondering what happened to the raw talent which saw the allrounder claim a World Cup winners' medal at U19 level

Martin Searby

County set - The Wisden Cricketer

Derby ding-dong

Jun 23, 2004: Sensing change after a decade as the second-best team in town, Middlesex seem to have enjoyed winding up Surrey in what one participating master of understatement called a "fairly niggly game"

Rob Steen

County set - The Wisden Cricketer

Brad goes big

Jun 23, 2004: Brad Hodge may have endured a scratchy start to his stint at Grace Road in 2003 but since the middle of last season he has not looked back

John Westerby

County set - The Wisden Cricketer

Pratt battles back

Jun 23, 2004: No matter how good you are as a wicketkeeper these days, there has to be a contribution with the bat and nobody knows that more than Andrew Pratt, rated the best gloveman in the country by good judges, notably Jack Russell

Martin Searby

County set - The Wisden Cricketer

Home sweet home

Jun 23, 2004: The Racecourse ground, once the butt of cynical jokes, now looks a picture with the new pavilion ready for business and permanent floodlights due to be in use for the first time during the totesport League fixture with Leicestershire in early August

Martin Searby

National League Division Two

Smith leads Scotland to victory

Jun 20, 2004: Scotland finally recorded their first victory of the season at the eighth time of asking, as Colin Smith and Cedric English combined to sink Durham in a rain-delayed encounter at The Grange

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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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