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Cricket

Synopsis

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The John Player League featuring today
Kent v Northamptonshire
Kent's hopes of taking the League title for the third year in succession took a severe blow when they lost to Yorkshire two weeks ago. They now must not only rely on their own abilities to win their remaining matches but also on the opponents of leaders Leicestershire to administer a defeat.
Northamptonshire are currently fourth in the table and Kent can afford no lapse in concentration this afternoon.
During the tea interval at 4.10* : Talking Cricket
JOHN ARLOTT talks with the great Surrey all-rounder JACK PARKER.
PETER WALKER introduces the programme which includes news of today's other matches: Essex v Warwickshire
Gloucestershire v Yorkshire Hampshire v Glamorgan Middlesex v Derbyshire
Nottinghamshire v Lancashire Sussex v Leicestershire Worcestershire v Surrey
Commentators at Canterbury JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
Television presentation
BILL TAYLOR and JOHNNIE WATHERSTON Series producer BILL TAYLOR

Contributors

Talks: John Arlott
Unknown: Jack Parker.
Introduces: Peter Walker
Unknown: Bill Taylor
Unknown: Johnnie Watherston
Producer: Bill Taylor

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