Winners and losers of the last seven days
JUDGEMEN T S
Monday 15 July 1996
Who struck a powerful blow for all sportsmen not built like greyhounds with his matchwinning efforts for Lancashire in the Benson and Hedges Cup final
Who gave the moribund Super League the chance of a decent finish to the season by beating both the top two sides, St Helens and Wigan, in the space of a week
Punched repeatedly in the unmentionables by a heavyweight boxer, caught in a riot caused by his own supporters and denied his purse in Thursday night's boxing farce in Madison Square Gardens.
Manchester United's travel agents
Who are unlikely to enjoy the same friendly relations with Old Trafford after one of their employees thought it would be a jolly wheeze to put "A. Shearer" on the airline passenger list for a pre-season tour
Twickenham debenture holders
Who splashed out thousands for the right to buy a ticket to internationals at Twickenham, and now find there are likely to be many fewer of them.
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