Cricket on the Net;In brief

14th May 1999 at 01:00
CHILDREN from Australia to Zimbabwe can surf the net to follow the play in the Cricket World Cup which begins today at Lord's when England face Sri Lanka. The England and Wales Cricket Board has transferred its primary-school education pack, requested by more than 4,000 schools, to the website: Information includes the match schedule, a guide to television coverage and player profiles.

Friday magazine, 8-9

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