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Lord's, NatWest Series

England v South Africa - Final

2004: At Lord's, July 12

The Rose Bowl, NatWest Series

South Africa v Zimbabwe

2004: At Southampton, July 10

Edgbaston, NatWest Series

England v South Africa

2004: At Birmingham, July 8 (day/night)

Bristol, NatWest Series

England v Zimbabwe

2004: At Bristol, July 6

Cardiff, NatWest Series

South Africa v Zimbabwe

2004: At Cardiff, July 5

Old Trafford, NatWest Series

England v South Africa

2004: At Manchester, July 3 (day/night)

Headingley, NatWest Series

England v Zimbabwe

2004: At Leeds, July 1

Canterbury, NatWest Series

South Africa v Zimbabwe

2004: At Canterbury, June 29

The Oval, NatWest Series

England v South Africa

2004: At The Oval, June 28

Trent Bridge, NatWest Series

England v Zimbabwe

2004: At Nottingham, June 26

The NatWest Series, 2003

2004: A series against South Africa and Zimbabwe was never likely to set the British sporting public's pulse racing

Julian Guyer

Out of the Mouths - What the press had to say on The Rose Bowl

Jul 17, 2003: To stage and run The Rose Bowl's first One Day International (ODI) may have been a real, if somewhat daunting, challenge, but one that proved to be a resounding success.

Hampshire Media Release

Out of the Mouths - What the press had to say on The Rose Bowl

Jul 17, 2003: To stage and run The Rose Bowl's first One Day International (ODI) may have been a real, if somewhat daunting, challenge, but one that proved to be a resounding success.

Hampshire Media Release

Read ready for the challenge

Jul 17, 2003: Chris Read believes he is ready to step into Alec Stewart's shoes as England's first choice wicketkeeper

Wisden CricInfo staff

Boje returns home to recuperate from leg injury

Jul 16, 2003: Nicky Boje has been given permission to fly back home to recuperate from the injury he sustained on his left leg during the NatWest Series

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Flintoff can be England's Gilchrist: Boycott

Jul 15, 2003: Geoffrey Boycott has said Andrew Flintoff could be an even more effective one-day international player if he was promoted to open the innings

Wisden CricInfo staff

A steady rise

Jul 12, 2003: Whisper it quietly, but there is an aggression and confidence about this England side that has more than a hint of Australia about it

The Wisden Bulletin by Ralph Dellor

A positive spin

Jul 11, 2003: Part of the job of a national coach today is what is now known in political circles as spin

John Ward

England secure seven-wicket win at Lord's

Jul 11, 2003: England added the NatWest Series trophy to their cabinet with a crushing seven-wicket win over a demoralised South Africa at Lord's

The Wisden Bulletin by Freddie Auld

A sad end for Streak & Co.

Jul 10, 2003: Zimbabwe suffered an unhappy but rather predictable end to their tour with a seven-wicket loss to South Africa at Southampton

John Ward
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Tournament Results
England v South Africa at Lord's - Jul 12, 2003
England won by 7 wickets (with 178 balls remaining)
South Africa v Zimbabwe at Southampton - Jul 10, 2003
South Africa won by 7 wickets (with 88 balls remaining)
England v South Africa at Birmingham - Jul 8, 2003
England won by 4 wickets (with 66 balls remaining)
England v Zimbabwe at Bristol - Jul 6, 2003
England won by 6 wickets (with 193 balls remaining)
South Africa v Zimbabwe at Cardiff - Jul 5, 2003
South Africa won by 9 wickets (with 94 balls remaining)
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