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SPORTS SERVICE

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Introduced by Robin Boyle
RACING
Steve Donoghue Apprentice Handicap
A race for Apprentice riders only, run over a distance of 1J miles (The Derby Course) Commentary by PETER BROMLEY with a summary by TONY PRESTON
From Epsom Racecourse
3.0
CRICKET
Lancashire v. Yorkshire
Commentary by ROBERT HUDSON
From Old Trafford
Worcestershire v. Essex
Commentary by JOHN ARLOTT From Worcester
Northamptonshire u. Warwickshire
Commentary by Peter CRANMER
From Northampton
3.15. 4.0. 4.50, 5.45
ATHLETICS
Great Britain and Northern Ireland v. Poland
Organised by the B.A.A.B. and promoted by the News of the World
Reports by REX ALSTON and HAROLD ABRAHAMS
From the White City Stadium. London
3.30, 4.20. 5.30
MOTOR RACING
Guards Trophy
50 laps for Sports Cars and Prototypes
Commentary by Eric TOBITT at the Grandstand and LES LESSON┊ in the pits
From Brands Hatch
3.35, 4.25, 5.5
MOTOR CYCLING
1962 British Championships Meeting
Organised by the Cheshire Centre A.C.U.
Commentaries by MURRAY WALKER at the Grandstand, and by GEORGE CARR at Knicker Brook
From Oulton Park
3.50, 4.35, 5.20
SUMMARY OF TIMES
3.0 Racing 4.25 M/Racing
3.15 Cricket 4.35 M/Cycling
3.30 Athletics 4.50 Cricket
3.35 M/Racing 5.5 M/Racing
3.50 M/Cycling 5.20 M/Cycling
4.0 Cricket 5.30 Athletics
4.20 Athletics 5.45 Cricket

Contributors

Introduced By: Robin Boyle
Unknown: Steve Donoghue
Commentary By: Peter Bromley
Unknown: Tony Preston
Commentary By: Robert Hudson
Commentary By: John Arlott
Commentary By: Peter Cranmer
Unknown: Rex Alston
Unknown: Harold Abrahams
Commentary By: Eric Tobitt
Unknown: Murray Walker
Unknown: George Carr

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