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Derbyshire County Cricket Club in 2004 was the cricket season when the English club Derbyshire had been playing for one hundred and thirty-four years. In the County Championship, they finished eighth in the second division and in the National League, they finished ninth in the second division. They were knocked out in their first match in the Cheltenham and Gloucester Trophy. They were eliminated at group level in the North section of the Twenty20 Cup.
Derbyshire County Cricket Club in 2004 Wikipedia
Derbyshire was in Division 2 of the County Championship and finished in eighth position. In addition to the Championship, they played Durham University and the touring West Indies. Of their eighteen first class games, they won two and lost seven, the remainder being drawn. Derbyshire was in Division 2 of the NatWest Pro40 League in which they won five of their eighteen matches to finish ninth in the division. In the Cheltenham and Gloucester Trophy, Derbyshire were eliminated in their first match which was in the second round.They also played a one day match against the touring New Zealanders. In the Twenty20 Cup, Derbyshire played in the North Division and won two matches.
Luke Sutton was captain. Hassan Adnan was top scorer and Graeme Welch took most wickets.