Sport in Short: Cricket

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MIKE BREARLEY will captain England when they meet the West Indies, led by Clive Lloyd, in the first International Masters over-35 tournament, which was launched yesterday at Lord's. The two matches will be played in Barbados in October.

RAPID CRICKETLINE CHAMPIONSHIP (Second day of three unless stated): Oakham (final day): Leicestershire 282 for 8 dec and 223 (A Roseberry 52, A F Giles 6-110); Warwickshire 262 for 7 dec (Asif Din 109no, A F Giles 50) and 244 for 7 (Asif Din 104no). Warwickshire won by three wickets. Bristol: Gloucestershire 292 for 9 dec and 36 for 3; Hampshire 279 for 5 dec (A N Aymes 70). Hove: Sussex 261 and 38 for 0; Kent 313 (D P Fulton 83, J R Longley 58, M T E Peirce 4-49). The Oval: Surrey 430 for 4 dec; Nottinghamshire 203 for 2 (G F Archer 83no, M Newell 51no). Crosby: Lancashire 411 for 1 dec and 28 for 0; Somerset 279 (R J Turner 90, I Fletcher 68). Chesterfield: Derbyshire 283 and 0 for 0; Yorkshire 370 (A A Metcalfe 163, B Parker 88). Kidderminster: Worcestershire 300 for 9 dec and 83 for 6; Northamptonshire 309 for 4 dec (M B Loye 166no, R R Montgomerie 96).

MINOR COUNTIES CHAMPIONSHIP (Final day of two): Barrow: Cumberland 225 for 4 and 204 (S M Dutton 59); Buckinghamshire 185 and 246 for 8 (S M Shearman 75no, T J Scriven 55). Buckinghamshire won by two wickets.

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