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SPORT TODAY RACING: Bangor, Doncaster, Fontwell, Lingfield, Musselburgh.

FOOTBALL (1945 unless stated) CENTENARY SHIELD UNDER-18 INTERNATIONAL England v Rep of Ireland..................... 1900 SKILLTRAININGLTD NORTHERN LEAGUE DIVISION ONE Bedlington Terriers v Consett.............. 1930 Esh Winning v Whitley Bay.................. 1930 CRICKET ICC WORLD TWENTY20 2010 GROUP B (1 Day, 1800 start) Guyana: New Zealand v Sri Lanka................ SPORT ON TV A SELECTIVE guide to today's coverage: CRICKET: Sri Lanka v New Zealand - Sky Sports 1 1700, West Indies v Ireland - Sky Sports 1 2130.

FOOTBALL: England Under-18s v Republic of Ireland Under-18s - Sky Sports 2 1900.

SNOOKER: World Championship- British Eurosport 1000 and 1630, BBC2 1300 and 1900, BBC2 Scotland 1930.

BASKETBALL BBL CHAMPIONSHIP PLAY-OFF SEMI-FINALS FIRST LEG Everton Tigers v Newcastle Eagles...... 1930 Sheffield Sharks v Glasgow Rocks.... 19:30 -RUGBY LEAGUE CO-OPERATIVE CHAMPIONSHIP Widnes v Featherstone ....................... 2000 RUGBY UNION AMLIN CHALLENGE CUP SEMI-FINAL Connacht v Toulon .............................. 1945 SCOTTISH HYDRO ELECTRIC DIVISION TWO Gala v Aberdeen GSFP........................ 1830 SPEEDWAY SKY SPORTS ELITE LEAGUE Coventry v Wolverhampton.................. 2000 Lakeside v Belle Vue........................... 2000 Peterborough v Ipswich ...................... 1930 PREMIER LEAGUE Edinburgh v Sheffield.......................... 1930 Somerset v Scunthorpe ...................... 1930 OTHER SPORT GOLF: Seville: Spanish Open. North Carolina: Quail Hollow Championship. Mexico: Tres Marias Championship.

GOLF: Open de Espana - Sky Sports 1 1030 and Sky Sports 2 1530; Quail Hollow Championship - Sky Sports 4 2130.

TENNIS: Masters Tennis - Sky Sports 3 1200 and Sky Sports 4 1930; WTA Porsche Grand Prix - Eurosport 1300, 1730 and 1810. …

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