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Sunday Grandstand


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With Jill Douglas and Hazel Irvine.
12.35 Canoeing Highlights from Australia's Penrith Whitewater
Stadium of the World Canoe Slalom championships. Heading the British challenge is Campbell Walsh.
1.20 International Football
Round-up Yesterday's World Cup qualifiers, including England's crucial match against Austria.
1.30 Rugby League The Super League final eliminator - a chance for the loser of last weekend's elimination semi-final between Leeds and St Helens to reach next Saturday's showdown.
2.15 Rugby Union
Llanelll Scarlets v Newcastle
Live coverage from Stradey Park of the second round of Pool C matches in the Powergen Cup
(kick-off 2.30). It is the Scarlets' first home game in this inaugural staging of the tournament. Nick Mullins and Jonathan Davies are in the commentary positions. VIDEO Plus+ code for 2.15-4.15pm
4.15 Snooker Day two of the Grand Prix in Preston. Matthew Stevens's 5-1 defeat to England's Andy Hicks was the shock of last year's opening round, but the Welshman hit back to win August's Northern Ireland Trophy.
INTERACTIVE: digital viewers can access uninterrupted live coverage, action from other tables, plus news and statistics Presentation (rugby) Mathew Griffiths
Editor (rugby) Carl Hicks


Unknown: Jill Douglas
Unknown: Hazel Irvine
Unknown: Campbell Walsh
Unknown: Nick Mullins
Unknown: Jonathan Davies
Unknown: Andy Hicks
Unknown: Mathew Griffiths
Unknown: Carl Hicks

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