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One-day Cricket


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medium ivave only: for Radio 3 VHF see cot 5 and facing page
England v
New Zealand at Swansea Ball-by-ball commentaries by ALUN WILLIAMS
ALAN RICHARDS and PETER JONES with comments and summaries by PETER WALKER and TREVOR BAILEY , Who says: summaries by JOHN ARLOTT Scorer BILL FRINDALL
10.40-12.50* inc lunch summary
1.0-1.5 News; weather
1.15*-4.20* and 4.35*-6.30 including teatime and close-of-play summaries
6.30-7.30* pm. lf play continues commentaries and reports will be carried on Radio 2 on 1500m only, including Sports Desk at
Should the match not be completed today, ball-by-ball commentaries will continue on Radio 3 at 10.40 am tomorrow on medium wave until the end of the game.


Unknown: Alun Williams
Unknown: Alan Richards
Unknown: Peter Jones
Unknown: Peter Walker
Unknown: Trevor Bailey
Unknown: John Arlott
Unknown: Bill Frindall

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