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Introduced by BOB WILLCOX
See page 6
Surrey v. West Indies
Commentaries by JOHN ARLOTT and Roy LAWRENCE
From The Oval
Yorkshire v. Hampshire
Commentary by BRIAN JOHNSTON
From Leeds
Nottinghamshire v. Sussex
Commentary by PETER CRANMER From Trent Bridge
1.15; 2.25; 3.20; 3.50; 4.55;
1.40 County Cricket
Knockout Competition
Draw for Second Round
ROBERT HUDSON comments on the draw as it takes place in the M.C.C. Committee Room at Lord's
1.45 Down the Card with PETER BROMLEY
3.25 The Lockinge Stakes
A race for three-year-olds and upwards run over one mile
Commentary by PETER BROMLEY : summary by ROGER MORTIMER From Newbury
5.20 A Review of the day's highlights by PETER BROMLEY
The Walker Cup Match
Gt. Britain v. U.S.A. (Amateurs)
Reports by TOM SCOTT , with comments by FRANK PENNINK
From Turnberry
1.50; 3.15; 4.35; 5.40
1.55 New Zealand v. England An illustrated report by Boa
IRVINE on the first International match of the English Tour of New Zealand
From Auckland, New Zealand
ROBIN Richards , and JOHN BOLSTER in Monte Carlo discuss the prospects for the 1963 Championship season, which begins with tomorrow's Monaco Grand Prix
4.25 A preview of tomorrow's Grand Prix d'Europe at Monaco by Robin RICHARDS
The French Championships
Commentary during the finals by MAX ROBERTSON , with comments by FRED PERRY
From Stade Roland Garros , Paris
2.15; 3.0; 3.40; 4.40; 5.25
5.45 The Corona
London-Holyhead Cycle Race
A report by Benny Foster at the finish of this 265 miles road race which began at five o'clock this morning From Holyhead
Summary of times
1.15 Cricket
1.45 Racing
1.50 Golf
1.55 Rugby Union
2.0 M/Kacing
2.15 Tennis
2.25 Cricket
3.0 Tennis
3.15 Golf
3.20 Cricket
3.25 Racing
3.40 Tennis
3.50 Cricket
4.25 M/Raclnf
4.35 Golf
4.40 Tennis
4.55 Cricket
5.20 Racing
5.25 Tennis
5.40 Golf
5.45 Cycling
5.50 Cricket


Introduced By: Bob Willcox
Unknown: John Arlott
Unknown: Roy Lawrence
Commentary By: Brian Johnston
Commentary By: Peter Cranmer
Unknown: Robert Hudson
Unknown: Peter Bromley
Commentary By: Peter Bromley
Unknown: Roger Mortimer
Unknown: Peter Bromley
Unknown: Tom Scott
Unknown: Frank Pennink
Unknown: Raymond Baxter
Unknown: Robin Richards
Unknown: John Bolster
Unknown: Robin Richards
Unknown: Max Robertson
Unknown: Fred Perry
Unknown: Stade Roland Garros
Unknown: Benny Foster

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