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Apr 25, 2004: Hampshire Hawks' first match back in Division One of the totesport League resulted in an impressive 26-run victory over the Warwickshire Bears at a humid but cloudy Edgbaston on Sunday afternoon.
Apr 11, 2004: Hampshire concluded their pre-season friendly action at Canterbury by amassing a mammoth 480-8 in their 90 overs, in response to Kent's 393 the previous day.
Apr 8, 2004: Hampshire take 12 to Canterbury for the Easter friendlies against Kent.
Apr 7, 2004: Hampshire continued their preparations for the start of the 2004 season with the visit of Warwickshire to the Rose Bowl.
Apr 5, 2004: Hampshire had just 28 overs batting before rain curtailed play in the practise match against near neighbours Sussex at Hove that kicked off the 2004 season today (Monday).
Apr 2, 2004: Hampshire take 12 players to Hove on Monday for a two day friendly match
Sep 15, 2003: Hampshire go into their final Frizzell Championship Division Two match of the 2003 season against bottom placed Derbyshire on Wednesday without three of their leading seam bowlers
Sep 11, 2003: Hampshire go into their vital National League match on Sunday at Lord's minus John Francis
Sep 6, 2003: It was a bridge too far, as Hampshire chased an unlikely 413 to win in the fourth innings of their Frizzell County Championship match against league leaders Worcestershire at the Rose Bowl, despite a brave 88 from skipper John Crawley.
Sep 4, 2003: A stout innings from Simon Katich and a late flurry from Shaun Udal meant that Hampshire avoided the follow on in their Frizzell County Championship match against league leaders Worcestershire at the Rose Bowl, but at the close of the second day the
Sep 3, 2003: After the weekend of Pop and Classical music, The Rose Bowl returned to the more sedate atmosphere of a Frizzell County Championship match, where Hampshire entertained Division Two leaders Worcestershire.
Frizzell County Championship Division Two
Sep 1, 2003: Hampshire host table topping Worcestershire at the Rose Bowl in the final Frizzell Championship match of the season at The Rose Bowl
Aug 29, 2003: Hampshire requiring 300 to avoid an innings defeat started badly when play finally got underway at 2:30pm after heavy rain had cancelled out the mornings play
Aug 27, 2003: A maiden century from Neil Edwards took Somerset to within 61 runs of Hampshire's first innings total by the end of a run-filled second day on a typically flat Taunton wicket.
Aug 22, 2003: Hampshire Hawks put behind them their disappointing Championship form in an attempt to win a joint record seventh successive victory in the National League when they take on the Durham Dynamos at The Riverside on Sunday.
Aug 15, 2003: Hampshire Hawks go into their vital National league Division Two match with Derbyshire Scorpions on Sunday, in the face of their devastating Championship defeat in just two days, with the voice of their Manager still ringing in their ears.
Aug 11, 2003: Hampshire Second XI reached the final of the ECB Second XI Trophy for the fourth time in five seasons when they defeated neigbours Sussex 2nd XI by 41 runs at The Rose Bowl today (Monday).
Aug 8, 2003: Hampshire 2nd XI choose from twelve to take on Sussex 2nd XI in the ECB Trophy semi-final match at The Rose Bowl on Monday 11 August, starting at 11am.
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.
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