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Aug 12, 2003: Chaminda Vaas is set to make his Frizzell Championship debut against Derbyshire at The Rose bowl on Tuesday
Aug 8, 2003: Chris Tremlett returns to fitness after missing the National League day/night match at Hove on Tuesday.
Aug 5, 2003: Hampshire Hawks keep faith with the side that defeated the Scottish Saltires for the Day/Night encounter with the Sussex Sharks this evening (4:00pm start) at Hove.
Aug 3, 2003: Chaminda Vaas the Sri Lankan left arm bowler is set to make his debut at The Rose Bowl when Hampshire Hawks entertain the Scottish Saltires on Monday 4th August (1pm).
Jul 29, 2003: Hampshire keep faith with the same eleven that pulled off the exciting victory over Nottinghamshire Outlaws last Monday evening under the Trent Bridge floodlights with the only alteration being the inclusion of fit-again spinner Shaun Udal.
Jul 23, 2003: 3,000 spectators attended the first day of the Frizzell Championship match at North Marine Ground, Scarborough between Yorkshire and Hampshire
Jul 22, 2003: Following their first Frizzell Championship victory of the season in the amazing turnaround against Glamorgan, Hampshire take 14 for the trip to the seaside resort of Scarborough for the match against Yorkshire starting on Wednesday (23rd July).
Jul 15, 2003: Hampshire Cricket's day started badly with the announcement that their Pakistan all-rounder had pulled out of his one season contract due to ill health, and the rumour mill was winding about the future of Ed Giddins, and Shaun Udal pulled out before
Jul 12, 2003: 1975 Thirteen men have bagged a pair on their Test debut, but only one in an Ashes Test in the 20th century
Jul 2, 2003: Northampton's Wantage Road ground is gradually becoming synonymous as one where the batsmen are not relishing the prospect of playing at.
Nov 27, 2002: Hampshire's left arm fast bowler Alan Mullally is having a rib operation, in Perth, Australia tommorrow (Thursday).
Aug 12, 2001: Alan Mullally and Richard Johnson join Nasser Hussain in the England squad for the Fourth npower Test against Australia at Headingley
Sep 15, 2000: The England and Wales Cricket Board can confirm that Alan Mullally has been ruled out of the one-day legs of the winter tours to Kenya and Pakistan due to a cracked rib
Sep 14, 2000: With all the major limited-overs trophies being proudly displayed by Gloucestershire and Surrey having walked away with the Championship, this last round, with the relegation issue now settled, is well on the way to deciding the matter of promotion
Jul 29, 2000: A crowd of 17,500, most of them British Asians, basked in glorious sunshine at the Oval Saturday, to watch the Rest of the World edge out Asia in a tightly fought contest
May 26, 2000: Hampshire are keeping their options open for the Norwich Union National League floodlit match at the Oval on Tuesday 30th May (4.10pm start) against Surrey
May 22, 2000: Hampshire chose from twelve to play Lancashire in the PPP healthcare County at the County Ground, Southampton, starting at the earlier date of Tuesday 23 May
Oct 19, 1999: Alan Mullally the England left arm fast bowler, has signed a three year contract for Hampshire
Sep 24, 1999: Hampshire County Cricket Club today annouced that they are holding talks with Leicestershire and England left-arm seamer Alan Mullally, which could make him a Hampshire player next week for the second time
Nov 22, 1998: WHEN professional cricketers give an unsuccessful performance, the current vogue is for them to declare that they will 'take the positives out of it'
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