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ANDY LLOYD, the former Warwickshire captain, has retired from first-class cricket to concentrate on his business interests. Warwickshire agreed to his request to be released from the last year of his contract after 15 seasons at Edgbaston. Lloyd, appointed captain in 1988, led Warwickshire to the NatWest Trophy in his second season and guided them to second place in the 1991 County Championship.

RED STRIPE CUP (Final day of four): Leeward Islands 341 and 345 for 7 dec; Barbados 445 (R I C Holder 125, C O Browne 71). Match drawn.

JAVED MIANDAD scored an unbeaten 86 to steer Pakistan to a seven-wicket victory over Zimbabwe in their one-day international in Harare yesterday. The world champions cruised to a winning 165 for 3 with 16 balls remaining of their 50 overs. Zimbabwe, sent in after losing the toss, were dismissed for 164.

ONE-DAY INTERNATIONAL (Harare, Zimbabwe): Zimbabwe 164 (D L Houghton 51), Pakistan 165 for 3 (Javed Miandad 86no). Pakistan won by seven wickets.

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