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Grandstand

Synopsis

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Introduced by Steve Rider.
Provisional Timetable
10.20 Rowing
10.25 Cricket
12.45 News
12.50 Football Focus
1.25 Cricket
1.55 Racing
2.05Cricket
2.25 Racing
2.35 Cricket (including rowing news at end of innings)
3.25 Racing
3.35 Rowing
3.45 Cricket
4.00 Rowing
4.10 Cricket
4.40 Final Score
Cricket
Sussex v Warwickshire
Live coverage of the NatWest Trophy final from Lord's.
The traditional end-of-season showpiece final is between counties which have both won the competition three times during its 30-year history. This is Sussex's first appearance in a Lord's final since they won this title in 1986, and they will look to captain Alan Wells for another match-winning performance after his century in the semi-final. Warwickshire have their own match-winner in former Sussex all-rounder
Dermot Reeve , who has a remarkable record after being named man of the match in both his one-day finals - one for Warwickshire and one for
Sussex. With commentary by Tony Lewis , Richie Benaud ,
Jack Bannister , Ray Illingworth and David Gower.
(Further live coverage continues at
4.40pmonBBC2)
Racing
From HaydockPark.
2.00 Stanley Leisure Group Handicap (7f)
2.30 Preserving Nature's
Goodness Rated Stakes (1 ½ m)
3.30 Hazelwood Foods Sprint Cup(6f)
July Cup winner Hamas takes on the field for the title of champion sprinter.
Commentary by Jim McGrath , Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley.
Football Focus
News and views from the FA
Premiership. Plus previews of the forthcoming World Cup ties involving the home countries, as the qualifying competition enters its final stages.
And in Final Score there's a roundup of all the day's results.
Rowing
World Championships from Prague. At 4.00pm Olympic champions Steven Redgrave and Matthew Pinsent are favourites to win when they defend their world title in the coxless pairs. Other British medal hopes today are the women's coxless pair Miriam Batten and Jo Turvey , and the men's lightweight coxless fours crew, who will be defending their world title.
Commentary by Gerald Sinstadt and Chris Baillieu.
Producer Martin Hopkins Editor Dave Gordon

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Rider.
Unknown: Captain Alan Wells
Unknown: Dermot Reeve
Commentary By: Tony Lewis
Commentary By: Richie Benaud
Commentary By: Jack Bannister
Commentary By: Ray Illingworth
Commentary By: David Gower.
Commentary By: Jim McGrath
Commentary By: Julian Wilson
Commentary By: Jimmy Lindley.
Unknown: Steven Redgrave
Unknown: Matthew Pinsent
Unknown: Miriam Batten
Unknown: Jo Turvey
Commentary By: Gerald Sinstadt
Commentary By: Chris Baillieu.
Producer: Martin Hopkins
Editor: Dave Gordon

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