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Crawley moves Hampshire into second

Aug 3, 2003: Hampshire 226 for 3 beat Scotland 225 for 5 by seven wickets at the Rose Bowl Scorecard John Crawley continued his rich vein of form to overcome a gutsy performance from Scotland, as Hampshire moved into second place in the National League

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Kent and Durham win as Murali and Shoaib shine

Aug 1, 2003: Kent 189 and 284 beat Essex 183 and 235 by 55 runs at Canterbury Scorecard Muttiah Muralitharan showed his worth as an overseas player with a match-winning 6 for 61 for Kent as Andy Flower bravely fought out what in the end was a lost cause for

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Sussex tighten their grip over Surrey

Jul 31, 2003: Sussex 429 v Surrey 212 for 6 at Hove Scorecard Sussex tightened their control over Surrey in this intriguing tussle of the top two

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Sussex keep the pressure on Surrey

Jul 18, 2003: Sussex 416 and 166 for 5 beat Leicestershire 320 and 258 by five wickets Scorecard Tony Cottey followed his 147 in Sussex's first innings with a steady 58 in a five-wicket win against Leicestershire at Grace Road

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Kabir overcomes tragedy as Worcestershire takes charge

Jul 16, 2003: Lancashire 130 for 2 trail Kent 602 for 6 by 472 runs Scorecard Carl Hooper was Lancashire's only source of hope as his former county Kent took absolute control on the second day at Blackpool

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Butcher makes the most of his chance for Surrey

Jul 6, 2003: Surrey 200 for 3 beat Yorkshire 199 by seven wickets at The Oval Scorecard Mark Butcher made the most of a rare chance in limited-overs cricket with 104 from 107 balls - England selectors take note - in Surrey's comfortable seven-wicket win over

Freddie Auld

Glamorgan and Surrey keep their records intact

Jun 8, 2003: Glamorgan v Worcestershire at Swansea Scorecard Glamorgan are doing their damnedest to retain their National League title - today they made it five wins out of five with a 31-run victory over Worcestershire

Andrew Miller

Hooper expected to sign for Lancashire next week

May 3, 2003: Carl Hooper, the former West Indian captain, is expected to sign for Lancashire next week, as a replacement for the injured Harbhajan Singh

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Hooper's spin on the series

Apr 10, 2003: Outgoing West Indies captain Carl Hooper says the four-Test series against Australia starting at the Georgetown Cricket Club, Bourda tomorrow, will not be a one-sided affair

Ezra Stuart

Selectors sticking with Hooper

Apr 7, 2003: Carl Hooper's international career has been prolonged, and there are three newcomers in a West Indies 14-man squad for the first Cable & Wireless Test against Australia, starting Thursday in Guyana

Hoop's chin is up

Mar 5, 2003: A few reflections and the encouragement of Sir Viv Richards have banished Carl Hooper's blues

Tony Cozier

Hoops may pack bags after World Cup

Mar 2, 2003: CAPE TOWN - West Indies captain Carl Hooper is contemplating retirement from international cricket

Hooper to miss Bangladesh tour

Nov 15, 2002: West Indies captain Carl Hooper will miss the upcoming tour of Bangladesh that starts on November 26

Derrick Nicholas

Windies cricket's supposed messiah is yet to deliver

Hooper the 100-Test man

Oct 16, 2002: The job spec might more realistically have spelled out terms for a saviour rather than a captain, because that was what the West Indies Board was looking for when they appointed Carl Hooper as captain in March 2001

Vaneisa Baksh

Ganguly wants to wrap up the series in Chennai

Lined up for the knockout

Oct 16, 2002: Sourav Ganguly said his team was confident of wrapping up the three-Test series at the Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai, India's happiest hunting ground

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Grasp the nettle

Oct 11, 2002: One of the cast-iron truths of human existence is that you learn from mistakes

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Hooper the 100-Test man

Oct 9, 2002: The job spec might more realistically have spelled out terms for a saviour rather than a captain, because that was what the West Indies Board was looking for when they appointed Carl Hooper

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West Indies cruise to position of strength

Apr 12, 2002: There are always two sides to each coin

Anand Vasu

Hooper delights with sparkling ton at Bourda

Apr 11, 2002: It took 15 years of Test cricket, one retirement, and 93 Tests before Carl Llewellyn Hooper repaid fans at his home ground at the Bourda Oval in Georgetown, Guyana with a handsome century

Anand Vasu

Hooper admits to being disturbed after latest West Indian failure

Dec 9, 2001: An increasingly despondent West Indies captain Carl Hooper admitted to being disturbed by his sides continued poor performance in Sri Lanka, as they slipped to a four-wicket defeat against Zimbabwe in the second game of the LG Abans triangular series

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