Frizzell County Championship Division Two, 2004 /

Showing 1-20 Previous pagePrevious Next Next page

County review 2004

A tale of the unexpected

Sep 23, 2004: Jenny Thompson presents a review of the 2004 county season

Jenny Thompson

County cricket round-up

Lancashire stare into the abyss

Sep 9, 2004: Lancashire came within two wickets of defeating Worcestershire but the draw leaves them having to beat Gloucestershire in their final match - and they also need to get three more bonus points that their opponents

Wisden Cricinfo staff

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

Wisden Cricinfo staff

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

Wisden Cricinfo staff

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

Wisden Cricinfo staff

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

Wisden Cricinfo staff

English County Championship 2004

Smith and Harris stun Derbyshire

Aug 18, 2004: Championship leaders Warwickshire's match at Bristol ended in a tame draw, with Mark Wagh and Jonathan Trott's half-centuries taking Warwickshire to 308 for 8 after Gloucestershire had amassed 592 for 8 declared thanks to Craig Spearman's 237

Wisden Cricinfo staff

English County Championship 2004

Glamorgan secure draw despite Warne heroics

Aug 11, 2004: After Surrey and Sussex's wins yesterday, draws were the order of the day in Division One of the County Championship today, with Alex Loudon and Niall O'Brien guiding Kent to safety at Edgbaston as Kent were eventually bowled out for 420

Wisden Cricinfo staff

County news

Grant Flower to join his brother at Essex

Aug 10, 2004: Grant Flower, the former Zimbabwean batsman, has agreed to join Essex from next season

Wisden Cricinfo staff

County news

Bowler to bow out at end of season

Aug 4, 2004: Somerset's Peter Bowler, the oldest player on the county circuit, has announced he will retire from first-class cricket at the end of the season

Wisden Cricinfo staff

English County Championship 2004

Sussex spin to defeat against Kent

Aug 3, 2004: Kent eased to a comprehensive 236-run victory over Sussex on the fourth day at Canterbury, thanks to a penetrative spin assault from Min Patel and Alex Loudon

Wisden Cricinfo staff

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

Wisden Cricinfo staff

English County Championship 2004

Northants notch up their first win of the season

Jul 28, 2004: Graeme Hick and Andy Bichel led Worcestershire to a five-wicket victory against Gloucestershire at Cheltenham

Wisden Cricinfo staff

English County Championship 2004

Hodge hammers a double as Durham toil away

Jul 27, 2004: In the only Championship game starting today, Leicestershire made amends for their recent defeat against Essex by posting a massive 403 for 4 against Durham at Grace Road

Wisden Cricinfo staff

English County Championship 2004

Mushtaq and Davis send Kent spinning

Jul 26, 2004: In the remaining two Championship matches, there was an early finish at Hove, where Sussex showed signs of last year's Championship winning form by polishing off Kent by an innings and 45 runs, while at Trent Bridge, Hampshire and Notts played out a

Wisden Cricinfo staff

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

Wisden Cricinfo staff

County news

Essex sign Adams as second overseas player

Jul 18, 2004: Essex have signed Andre Adams, the New Zealand allrounder, as their second overseas player for the remainder of the season

Wisden Cricinfo staff

County news

Blignaut signs for Durham

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

Wisden Cricinfo staff

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 - 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
Showing 1-20 Previous pagePrevious Next Next page

Top

Tournament Results
Derbyshire v Hampshire at Derby - Sep 16-19, 2004
Hampshire won by 91 runs
Leics v Somerset at Leicester - Sep 16-19, 2004
Somerset won by 75 runs
Notts v Essex at Nottingham - Sep 16-19, 2004
Notts won by 3 wickets
Yorkshire v Glamorgan at Leeds - Sep 16-19, 2004
Match drawn
Glamorgan v Notts at Cardiff - Sep 10-13, 2004
Match drawn
Somerset v Yorkshire at Taunton - Sep 10-13, 2004
Match drawn
More results »
News | Features Last 3 days
News | Features Last 3 days