2004 Twenty20 Cup Fixtures

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Group Stages
Friday, July 2nd 2004
Yorkshire Carnegie beat Derbyshire Phantoms by 1 wicket
Leicestershire Foxes beat Lancashire Lightning by 8 runs
Nottinghamshire Outlaws beat Durham Dynamos by 3 wickets
Glamorgan Dragons beat Northamptonshire Steelbacks by 5 wickets
Warwickshire Bears beat Somerset Sabres by 7 wickets
Worcestershire Royals beat Gloucestershire Gladiators by 1 run
Essex Eagles beat Hampshire Hawks by 40 runs
Kent Spitfires beat Middlesex Panthers by 7 wickets
Surrey Brown Caps beat Sussex Sharks by 100 runs
Saturday, July 3rd 2004
Surrey Brown Caps beat Hampshire Hawks by 31 runs
Monday, July 5th 2004
Worcestershire Royals beat Northamptonshire Steelbacks by 21 runs
Glamorgan Dragons beat Somerset Sabres by 8 wickets
Essex Eagles beat Kent Spitfires by 8 wickets
Wednesday, July 7th 2004
Durham Dynamos beat Leicestershire Foxes by 41 runs
Nottinghamshire Outlaws beat Yorkshire Carnegie by 3 wickets
Essex Eagles v Surrey Brown Caps- Match abandoned

Middlesex Panthers v Sussex Sharks- Match abandoned


Thursday, July 8th 2004
Lancashire Lightning beat Derbyshire Phantoms by 5 wickets
Leicestershire Foxes beat Yorkshire Carnegie by 10 runs
Gloucestershire Gladiators beat Northamptonshire Steelbacks by 2 runs
Warwickshire Bears beat Glamorgan Dragons by 26 runs
Friday, July 9th 2004
Lancashire Lightning beat Durham Dynamos by 5 wickets
Derbyshire Phantoms beat Nottinghamshire Outlaws by 9 runs
Gloucestershire Gladiators v Somerset Sabres- Match abandoned
Worcestershire Royals beat Warwickshire Bears by 3 wickets
Surrey Brown Caps beat Kent Spitfires by 3 runs

Hampshire Hawks beat Sussex Sharks by 3 wickets


Monday, July 12th 2004
Northamptonshire Steelbacks beat Warwickshire Bears by 4 wickets

Middlesex Panthers beat Essex Eagles by 9 wickets


Tuesday, July 13th 2004
Derbyshire Phantoms beat Durham Dynamos by 4 wickets
Leicestershire Foxes beat Nottinghamshire Outlaws by 40 runs
Somerset Sabres beat Worcestershire Royals by 34 runs
Hampshire Hawks beat Middlesex Panthers by 30 runs

Kent Spitfires beat Sussex Sharks by 47 runs


Wednesday, July 14th 2004
Yorkshire Carnegie beat Lancashire Lightning by 8 wickets
Glamorgan Dragons beat Gloucestershire Gladiators by 32 runs

Thursday, July 15th 2004

Derbyshire Phantoms v Leicestershire Foxes- Match abandoned
Durham Dynamos beat Yorkshire Carnegie by 7 wickets
Lancashire Lightning beat Nottinghamshire Outlaws by 7 wickets
Warwickshire Bears beat Gloucestershire Gladiators by 2 wickets
Somerset Sabres beat Northamptonshire Steelbacks by 4 runs
Glamorgan Dragons beat Worcestershire Royals by 20 runs
Sussex Sharks beat Essex Eagles by 9 wickets
Hampshire Hawks beat Kent Spitfires by 64 runs
Surrey Brown Caps beat Middlesex Panthers by 37 runs
Quarter Finals
Saturday, August 7th 2004
Surrey Brown Caps beat Worcestershire Royals by 14 runs
Glamorgan Dragons beat Warwickshire Bears by 5 wickets
Leicestershire Foxes beat Essex Eagles by 14 runs
Lancashire Lightning beat Hampshire Hawks by 9 wickets
Semi Finals
Saturday, August 7th 2004
Surrey Brown Caps beat Lancashire Lightning by 1 run
Leicestershire Foxes beat Glamorgan Dragons by 21 runs
Twenty20 Cup Final
Saturday, August 7th 2004
Leicestershire Foxes beat Surrey Brown Caps by 7 wickets
Royals hold on to win 2nd Friends Life t20 title
Adams and Vince help the Royals reach 150-6
Royals bat first in Friends Life t20 Final
Royals see off Sabres fight back to seal victory
Irvine and Mascarenhas lead Royals attack
Mascarenhas wins the toss; Royals bowl first
Yorkshire restrict toothless Sharks to seal win
Bairstow half century puts Yorkshire on top
Yorkshire win the toss and elect to bat first
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