P237 CEEFAX 230 Fri 7 Feb 19:16/33 BOXING BRUNO talks to Ceefax ...236 FOOTBALL Division One table 241 Top scorers 232 Division Two ..242 Division Three .243 Division Four .244 Scots Premier ..245 Scots First ...246 Scots Second ...247 World Cup groups British matches 240 RUGBY LEAGUE Ch'ship tables ....233 CRICKET England's winter tour ..235 MOTOR SPORT 1986 F1 calendar ....238 National Rally Ch'ship preview ....239 RACING O/N Decs ..248 Fixtures .249 Ten-Pin Bowling 234 Rugby Union ...237P237 CEEFAX 237 Fri 7 Feb 19:24/10 1/3 WORLD CUP FIXTURES First round fixtures in the 1987 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand: POOL ONE May 23: England v Australia (Sydney) May 24: Japan v USA (Brisbane) May 30: England v Japan (Sydney) May 31: Australia v USA (Brisbane) Jun 3: England v USA (Sydney) Jun 3: Australia v Japan (Sydney) POOL TWO May 24: Canada v Tonga (Napier) May 25: Ireland v Wales (Wellington) May 29: Tonga v Wales (Palmerston N) May 30: Canada v Ireland (Dunedin) Htn 3: Tonga v Ireland (Brisbane) Htn 3: Wales v Canada (Invercargill)P237 CEEFAX 237 Fri 7 Feb 19:20/01 2/3 WORLD CUP FIXTURES First round fixtures in the 1987 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand: POOL THREE May 22: N Zealand v Italy (Auckland) May 24: Argentina v Fiji (Hamilton) May 27: N Zealand v Fiji (Christch'ch) May 28: Argentina v Italy (Christch'ch) May 31: Italy v Fiji (Dunedin) Hvn 1: N Zealand v Argentina (W'ngton) POOL FOUR May 23: France v Scotland (Christch'ch) May 23: Romania v Zimbabwe (Aukland) May 28: Romania v France (Wellington) May 30: Scotland v Zimbabwe (W'ngton) Jun 2: Scotland v Romania (Dunedin) Hvn 2: France v Zimbabwe (Auckland)P237 CEEFAX 237 Fri 7 Feb 19:22/05 3/3 WORLD CUP Wales have criticised the organisers of the inaugural World Cup which takes place in Australia and New Zealand in 1987. The Welsh are concerned that teams from the northern hemisphere have been put at an unfair disadvantage because they will not have time to acclimatise. The first match takes place on May 22, only 10 days after the British season finishes. Teams will compete in four pools, playing in nine New Zealand and two Australian cities. The final will take place in Auckland on June 20.