ENGLAND UNDER 19's MATCH AGAINST ZIMBABWE RAINED OFF
Friday 09 February 1996
England Under-19's second one-day International against Zimbabwe, in Harare yesterday, was abandoned due to rain. England, who won the opening game of the three-match series by 25 runs in Bulawayo on Tuesday, go into tomorrow's final fixture hoping to complete their six-week tour unbeaten.
SHEFFIELD SHIELD (Second day of four) Brisbane: Queensland 150 and 181; New South Wales 159 and 8 for 1. Hobart: Tasmania 258 for 8 v South Australia (no play because of rain).
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