Sport in Short: Cricket

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HUBERT DOGGART, who played two Tests for England against the West Indies in 1950, has been made an honorary life vice-president of MCC. He was president of the club in 1981-82 and treasurer between 1987-92.

KEN CRANSTON, the former England all-rounder, was yesterday named president-elect of Lancashire County Cricket Club. Cranston, a former captain of the club who played in eight Test matches for England, will replace Alick Leggat in 1993.

TOUR MATCH (Harare, final day of three): Zimbabwe B 246 for 8 dec and 194; New Zealand 234 for 7 dec and 208 for 2. New Zealand won by eight wickets.

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