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Summary of The Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy 2003

Round One - Thursday 29th Aug 2002 (30th Aug Reserve Day)

1. Oxfordshire lost to Lancashire CB by 31 runs Banbury
2. Berkshire beat Ireland by 4 wickets Finchampstead
3. Worcestershire CB beat Dorset by 5 wickets Kidderminster
4. *Denmark lost to Leicestershire CB by 4 wickets Ratcliffe College
5. Cornwall beat Somerset CB by 2 runs Camborne
6. Middlesex CB beat Derbyshire CB by 38 runs Southgate
7. Warwickshire CB lost to Herefordshire by 73 runs Coventry & NW
8. Gloucestershire CB lost to Surrey CB by 17 runs Bristol
9. Buckinghamshire beat Suffolk by 230 runs Dinton
10. Hampshire CB beat Wiltshire by 84 runs Hursley Park
11. Bedfordshire beat Hertfordshire by 8 wickets Luton Town
12. Cumberland beat Nottinghamshire CB by 86 runs Keswick
13. Cheshire beat Huntingdonshire CB by 12 runs Toft
14. Northamptonshire CB lost to Yorkshire CB by 57 runs Northampton
*Leicestershire CB will be at Home, as Denmark's pitch has not yet been approved for staging Trophy matches.

Teams receiving 1st round byes

Devon, Sussex CB, Essex CB, Shropshire, Norfolk, Lincolnshire, Kent CB, Durham CB
Scotland, Holland, Northumberland, Cambridgeshire, Staffordshire, Wales Minor Counties

Round Two - Thursday 12 Sep 2002 (13 Sep Reserve Day)

15. Scotland beat Lancashire CB by 3 wickets Aberbeenshire
16. Berkshire beat Norfolk by 6 wickets Reading
17. Worcestershire CB beat Sussex CB by 6 wickets Kidderminster
18. Kent CB beat Leicestershire CB by 7 wickets The Mote
19. Wales Minor Counties lost to Cornwall by 24 runs Sully
20. Middlesex CB lost to Cambridgeshire by 7 wickets Southgate
21. Durham CB beat Herefordshire by 50 runs Darlington
22. Essex CB beat Surrey CB by 49 runs Chelmsford
23. Buckinghamshire beat Shropshire by 11 runs Beaconsfield
24. Hampshire CB lost to Staffordshire by 105 runs Southampton
25. Bedfordshire beat Netherlands by 10 wickets Luton
26. Devon beat Cumberland by 127 runs Exmouth
27. Cheshire lost to Lincolnshire by 4 runs Neston
28. Northumberland beat Yorkshire CB by 126 runs Jesmond

Round Three - Wednesday 7 May 2003 (8 May Reserve Day)

29 Bedfordshire lost to WARWICKSHIRE by 15 runs Luton
30 Durham CB lost to GLAMORGAN by 86 runs Darlington
31 Buckinghamshire lost to GLOUCESTERSHIRE by 324 runs Venue tbc
32 Cambridgeshire lost to YORKSHIRE by 85 runs March
33 Essex CB lost to ESSEX by 42 runs Chelmsford
34 Kent CB lost to DERBYSHIRE by 171 runs Canterbury
35 Worcestershire CB lost to WORCESTERSHIRE by 170 runs Worcester
36 Berkshire lost to DURHAM by 8 wickets Reading

Lincolnshire lost to NOTTINGHAMSHIRE by 4 wickets

Lincoln Lindum
38 Cornwall lost to KENT by 5 wickets Truro
39 Staffordshire lost to SURREY 9 runs Stone
40 Scotland lost to SOMERSET by 10 wickets The Grange
41 Devon lost to LANCASHIRE by 9 wickets Exmouth
42 Northumberland lost to LEICESTERSHIRE by 90 runs Jesmond
43 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE lost to MIDDLESEX by 26 runs Northampton
44 HAMPSHIRE lost to SUSSEX by 4 wickets Southampton

Round Four - Wednesday 28th May 2003 (29 May Reserve Day)

45 Middlesex beat Sussex by 17 runs Lord's
46 Leicestershire beat Nottinghamshire by 99 runs
47 Durham lost to Lancashire by 143 runs
48 Somerset lost to Surrey by 6 runs
49 Kent lost to Gloucestershire by 5 wickets Canterbury
50 Worcestershire beat Yorkshire by 67 runs Worcester
51 Warwickshire beat Essex by 3 wickets Birmingham
52 Glamorgan lost to Derbyshire by 7 wickets

1st Quarter-Final:
Tuesday 10th June 2003
(11th and 12th June Reserve Days)

53 Leicestershire lost to Worcestershire by 75 runs Leicester

2nd, 3rd and 4th Quarter-Finals:
Wednesday 11th June 2003
(12th June Reserve Day)

54 Derbyshire beat Surrey by 137 runs Derby
55 Lancashire beat Middlesex by 57 runs Manchester
56 Warwickshire lost to Gloucestershire by 5 wickets Birmingham

1st Semi-Final:
Thursday 7th August 2003
(8th and 9th August Reserve Days)

Gloucestershire beat Derbyshire by 1 wicket Bristol

2nd Semi-Final:
Saturday 9th August 2003
(10th August Reserve Day)

Worcestershire beat Lancashire by 6 runs Worcester

Saturday 30th August 2002
(31st August Reserve Day)

Gloucestershire beat Worcestershire by 7 wickets Lord's


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