2004 English cricket season

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2004 (2004) English cricket season
County Championship
ChampionsWarwickshire
Runners-upKent
Most runsBrad Hodge (1,548)
Most wicketsMushtaq Ahmed (82)
Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy
ChampionsGloucestershire Gladiators
Runners-upWorcestershire Royals
Most runsCraig Spearman (364)
Most wicketsDougie Brown (13)
totesport League
ChampionsGlamorgan Dragons
Runners-upLancashire Lightning
Most runsPaul Weekes (807)
Most wicketsSimon Cook (39)
Twenty20 Cup
ChampionsLeicestershire Foxes
Runners-upSurrey Lions
Most runsDarren Maddy (356)
Most wicketsAdam Hollioake (20)
PCA Player of the Year
Andrew Flintoff
Wisden Cricketers of the Year
Ashley Giles
Steve Harmison
Robert Key
Andrew Strauss
Marcus Trescothick
2003
2005

The 2004 English cricket season was the 105th in which the County Championship had been an official competition. England recorded a 4–0 Test series whitewash over the West Indies[1] and a comfortable 3-0 win over New Zealand.[2] Their one-day form was sporadic, however. In the Natwest Trophy, they failed to make the final, which saw New Zealand defeat the West Indies by 107 runs. In the Natwest Challenge, they beat India 2-1.[3] In domestic cricket, Warwickshire won the County Championship.

Honours[edit]

Events[edit]

After scoring 642 in the first innings of their County Championship against Glamorgan at the County Ground in September, Essex lose the match by 4 wickets. Essex's total of 642 is the highest total in the first innings of a first-class match by the losing side.[4]

Test series[edit]

West Indies tour[edit]

New Zealand tour[edit]

County Championship[edit]

National League[edit]

C&G Trophy[edit]

Twenty20 Cup[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Wisden Trophy". ESPN Cricinfo.
  2. ^ "Tests, New Zealand in England". ESPN Cricinfo.
  3. ^ "NatWest Challenge". ESPN Cricinfo.
  4. ^ "Essex v Glamorgan". cricketarchive.co.uk. Retrieved 3 September 2012.

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Annual reviews[edit]