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International Cricket and Motor Racing

Synopsis

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One-Day International Cricket: England v Australia
from Edgbaston
Coverage through to the completion of this final game of three 55-over matches for the Prudential Trophy and total prize money of £4,000.
Having failed to regain the Ashes the young Australian team would consider it some compensation to return home victors in this first-ever series of one-day internationals.
Introduced by Mike Carey

The Rothmans 50,000
Murray Walker and Barrie Gill report direct from Brands Hatch on today's big Bank Holiday event with total prize money of £50,000 including a first prize of £20,000.

(Colour)

Contributors

Commentator (Cricket): Richie Benaud
Commentator (Cricket): Jim Laker
Presenter (Cricket): Mike Carey
Television presentation (Cricket): David Kenning
Television presentation (Cricket): Nick Hunter
Commentator (Motor Racing): Murray Walker
Commentator (Motor Racing): Barrie Gill
TV presentation (Motor Racing): Brian Robins
TV presentation (Motor Racing): Tony Salmon






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