A, Cairns lost to D. Addy 18-21, 18-21: W. Fords lost to C. Mcßride 5-21. 13-21; R. Copes bt. P. Mayne 14-21. 21-9, 21.14; W. Forde lost to D. Addy 17-21, 16-21: A. Cairns bt P. Mayne 21-10, 21-12; R. Copes lost to C. Mcßride 10-21, 13-21; W. Forde bt P. Mayne 21-9. 21-19; R. Co
AUSTRALIA could play three Tests against Pakistan in Australia next year. the Australian Cricket Board of Control announced in Melbourne to-day. The armoury.- cement came after Pakistan , had let it be known that they would like to play in Australia on their way to New' Zealand.
LEINSTER have not, after all, agreed to travel North for the January 15 inter-provincial against Ulster—and that puts men's hockey back on the blink of a crossborder crisis. Leinster secretary Bernard Burke has now told his Ulster counterpart, Dea. Simon. that he acted without a
miss Test series. WEST INDIES Test cricketer (live Lloyd might miss the series against New Zealand early in the New Year. unless he provides a medical certificate as to his fitness, it was disclosed in Kingston. Jamaica. to-day. Lloyd. now touring Australia with the Rest of the
shell that again puts a coating of ice on relations between the two most powerful provinces. Ulster. of course. open their inter-provincial ca mpaign against Connaught in Dublin on Saturday and, because they have not been officially informed by writing of Leinstet's decis i on,
ENGAG,MII4TS -11 . . th famr...es have pleasure to san...une:ns the 'nese/inept of BRIAN Vt• M sad the late W. T. Areasrk Newina. Che.ter. ood CARYLL ANWt. claush!er of Mr sad Ur+. W 6. Csughe%. b Oanahlrlt Part. (Therryral!ey. Ilelfsst. P(CK- aisCIALACIN—Mr and Mrs E MrCullagh.
MYSTERY BLAST PROBED broke windows in the • I a narrow• escape when a Another hlast in the area was traced to the roadside at Lake-ends. Camlough. where a Claymore-type mine is thought to have been detonated from a field. But there were no security forces in the area at the time