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Wisden Cricinfo staff
August 30, 2004
Hampshire ended their totesport League season in style at the Rose Bowl, overhauling Gloucestershire's competitive total of 230 for 6 with three balls to spare. John Crawley scored 62, then Nic Pothas sealed the win with an unbeaten 83 from only 79 balls. The victory ensured that Hampshire would stay in Division One - but endangered Gloucestershire, who will need to win their final match to be sure of survival. At Cardiff Warwickshire did their own prospects a power of good by beating Glamorgan, the champions, by four wickets.
Totesport League Division One
Warwickshire 213 for 6 (Knight 40, Trott 45, Bell 35, Hogg 44) beat Glamorgan 211 for 7 (I Thomas 31, Powell 46, Maynard 63, Hemp 38) by 4 wickets
Report: Hogg's heroics give Bears hope in battle to stay up - The Times
Hampshire 234 for 5 (Crawley 62, Pothas 83*, Bracken 3-37) beat Gloucestershire 230 for 6 (Spearman 42, Taylor 34, Hancock 38, Adshead 32*, Alleyne 42) by 5 wickets
Report: Pothas in control - The Daily Telegraph
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