Cricket Sussex have made a profit for the eighth successive year

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Sussex have made a profit for the eighth successive year. Their pre-tax surplus for 1995 was pounds 26,149 helped by a record hand-out of pounds 727,190 from the Test and County Board.

Worcestershire have signed the left-arm spinner Amjad Mohammad on a one- year contract. Amjad played second-team cricket for Somerset last season.

Peter Willey and Mike Denness have been chosen to officiate during New Zealand's forthcoming tour to the West Indies. Denness will make his debut as the International Council's referee for the five one-day internationals and two Tests in Barbados and Antigua. Willey, one of England's two new appointments to the ICC international panel, and makes his debut as the overseas umpire for the first Test in Barbados on 19 April.

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