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Sport on 2

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Introduced by Renton Laidlaw

Cricket from Lord's: The NatWest Bank Trophy Final Essex v Nottinghamshire England's opening pair Graham Gooch and Tim Robinson are in opposition today as the top two sides of the 1984 County Championship play in their first ever 60-overs final. Commentators Henry Blofeld and Colin Milburn

Football: Oxford Utd visit Old Trafford for the first time as members of the First Division. Plus latest scores and results.

Racing from Haydock Park: Commentator Peter Bromley
2.45 £7,000 The John Smith's Brewery Handicap (1m 40yds)
3.15 £50,000 The Vernons Sprint Cup (6f)

The Burghley Horse Trials: The European Three Day Event Championships. Peter Churchill follows the progress of the British team in the cross-country section.

Golf: The European Masters. The final tournament before next week's Ryder Cup match. John Fenton reports from Crans-sur-Sierre.

Motor Racing: The Italian Grand Prix. Michele Alboreto and Alain Prost head the driver's championship table, but who will win the title? Simon Taylor reports from Monza.

Tennis: The US Open. Tony Adamson is at Flushing Meadow New York, for the Ladies Final.

5.0 Sports Report The classified football results and pools information, reports and sports news of the day and comment on the main issues of the week.

(Renton Laidlaw is Golf Correspondent of The London Standard)

Contributors

Presenter: Renton Laidlaw
Producer: Rob Hastie
Editor: Mike Lewis






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