P161 Teletext 161 Jun19 23:40:12        Britannic Championship Report   YORKSHIRE v KENT Headingley   Yorkshire captain Martyn Moxon followed his unbeaten 203 in the first innings with another superb knock to steer his side to an easy eight-wicket triumph. And it gave Yorkshire their first 24-point haul from a home match for eight years. Despite being handicapped by a knee injury suffered in the Sunday League match, Moxon hit 65no as the hosts easily passed their 138 victory target. ——————————————————————————————————1/7—— Sports headlines 130 Soccer 140 RAPID SCORE UPDATES 0891 525 285 T+ Cost:39p/min cheap,49p/min other Next Shorts Local sport Weather
P161 Teletext 161 Jun19 23:40:00        Britannic Championship Report   MIDDLESEX v GLAMORGAN Colwyn   Middlesex gained their fourth championship victory of the season when they defeated Glamorgan by eight wickets at Colwyn Bay. Glamorgan took their total of 258-5 to 332 all out in almost two hours of batting, the main resistance coming from Tony Cottey and Steve Watkin. Middlesex, needing only 79 to win, began badly before Jason Pooley and John Carr saw them home. ——————————————————————————————————2/7—— Sports headlines 130 Soccer 140 RAPID SCORE UPDATES 0891 525 285 T+ Cost:39p/min cheap,49p/min other Next Shorts Local sport Weather
P161 Teletext 161 Jun19 23:41:03        Britannic Championship Report   DERBYSHIRE v SOMERSET Derby   Derbyshire are to hold a crisis meeting on Tuesday following another defeat in a dismal season. They finished one from bottom last season and are on course for an even worse summer after losing five of the last six four-day games. Somerset richly deserved their 79-run victory despite being forced to follow on as the hosts capitulated despite a gutsy and thrilling 98 from Colin Wells ——————————————————————————————————3/7—— Sports headlines 130 Soccer 140 RAPID SCORE UPDATES 0891 525 285 T+ Cost:39p/min cheap,49p/min other Next Shorts Local sport Weather
P161 Teletext 161 Jun19 23:41:00        Tetley Bitter Challenge Report   DURHAM v WINDIES Chester-le-St   West Indies were reduced to four fit pacemen and robbed of the chance of an exciting victory chase against Durham. The target was 162 in 21 overs after Durham were all out for 259 but eight overs were lost to rain and stumps were drawn at 3.30 with the Windies on 16-1. But of more concern to the tourists is the hamstring and knee infuries which prevented Winston Benjamin from taking the field. ——————————————————————————————————4/7—— Sports headlines 130 Soccer 140 RAPID SCORE UPDATES 0891 525 285 T+ Cost:39p/lhn cheap,49p/min other Next Shorts Local sport Weather
P161 Teletext 161 Jun19 23:41:10        Britannic Championship Report   NOTTS v LEICS Grace Road   Graeme Archer hit an unbeaten century as Nottinghamshire held out for a draw against Leicestershire at Grace Road. Set 373 in 102 overs, Notts gave up their run chase after losing Paul Johnson and Chris Cairns, and relied on Archer to steer them to safety. Earlier, Leicestershire ontinued their second innings for 20 minutes in the morning before being bowled out for 357 — Jonathan Dakin hitting 66. ——————————————————————————————————5/7—— Sports headlines 130 Soccer 140 TOP AVERAGES BY FAX 0891 662 217 T+ Cost:39p/min cheap,49p/min other Next Shorts Local sport Weather
P161 Teletext 161 Jun19 23:41:10        Britannic Championship Report   GLOUCS v HANTS Bristol   Hampshire failed to make it four wins in a row as Gloucestershire batted out for a draw. In the end, the visitors were foiled by Indian Test bowler Javagal Srinath, who hit three sixes and a four to finish with an invaluable 33. In their second innings, Hampshire batted without conviction to reach 171-6 which left Gloucestershire needing 251 off 53 overs. ——————————————————————————————————6/7—— Sports headlines 130 Soccer 140 RAPID SCORE UPDATES 0891 521 285 T+ Cost:39p/min cheap,49p/min other Next Shorts Local sport Weather
P161 Teletext 161 Jun19 23:40:10        Britannic Championship Report   SUSSEX v SURREY Horsham   Former Australian Test paceman Carl Rackemann took a championship-best 6-60 but Sussex's gallant late order batting thwarted Surrey's victory hopes. Sussex, set 385 to win in 79 overs, slipped to 184-7, but hung on for a draw to finish on 230-9. Jason Lewry was the Sussex hero, facing 71 balls for his 11no. Earlier, Surrey added a further 107 in 70 minutes before declaring at 501-8. ——————————————————————————————————7/7—— Sports headlines 130 Soccer 140 TOP AVERAGES BY FAX 0891 662 217 T+ Cost:39p/min cheap,49p/min other Next Shorts Local sport Weather