with Eleanor Oldroyd.
NatWest Bank Trophy - coverage of domestic cricket's premier one-day competition. Who will emulate Hampshire's triumph last season and make it to Lords on September 5?
Ball-by-ball commentary throughout the day from both grounds with our team of experts.
Plus news of Pakistan's latest tour match; a preview of the US PGA Golf Championships starting in St Louis tomorrow, and news of today's other sport as it happens.
The Liverpudlian snooker player John Parrott became world champion in 1991 after beating Jimmy White.
Parrott gave the credit to his father and former champion John Spencer who, he says, has helped him with his attitude. This week John Parrott cues up some of his favourite discs with Garth Crooks in his Sporting Albums.
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