Sep 12, 2003: John Francis, Hampshire's 22-year old batsman, is to leave the county after deciding not to accept a new two-year contract
Aug 13, 2003: 16 wickets fell in a frenetic first day at the Rose Bowl, where the two bottom clubs Hampshire and Derbyshire met in the Division Two clash of the Frizzell County Championship.
Aug 12, 2003: Chaminda Vaas is set to make his Frizzell Championship debut against Derbyshire at The Rose bowl on Tuesday
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.
Jul 30, 2003: BAT Sports will all but mathematically tie up the ECB Southern Electric Premier League championship if they beat second-placed Bashley (Rydal) at the BCG tomorrow (SAT), 11.30am.
Jul 24, 2003: Simon Katich recorded his highest Hampshire score so far whe he batted quite brilliantly for 143 not out whilst carnage was abound around him
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 4, 2003: A fine all-round performance from Lawrence Prittipaul saw Hampshire II's to their fifth straight one-day victory of the season over Gloucestershire, at the Rose Bowl yesterday.
May 24, 2003: Whilst the First XI were struggling against their Somerset opponents, Hampshire 2nd XI were recording their second successive ECB 2nd XI Championship victory against the same Somerset second side.
Jul 31, 2001: Some rantings on a great day
Nov 9, 2000: Four young Hampshire cricketers are spending the winter in Perth, Western Australia, taking part in a new Off-Season Training Programme developed and run by Auscricket Management, a specialist business set up by former Hampshire batsman Paul Terry
Jul 10, 2000: Hampshire rest four players for the four day Tourist match against New Zealand 'A' at United Services Ground at Portsmouth starting on Wednesday 12th July