Sunday Express - Sun 23 Dec 2001 - Page 104
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THIRD TEST Rain again puts a damper on England bid to
Yet he showered praise on Foster, saying: "It has been good to see on this trip, and the one earlier in the winter to Zimbabwe, that we have younger players who can push the older ones along. I feel he had some unfair criticism after the first Test, but we have stood by him and he has got better and better. As for the final Test, England again dominated what little play could be squeezed in between rain at both ends of the day.
Roundup Robinson cruise for Reading Caddick could get go -ahead
HOCKEY: Reading secured a 6-1 victory over Old Loughtonians ? their biggest win of the season ? to take a nine-point lead into the English League's winter break. SPEEDWAY: Danish star Jan Andersen, who led Peterborough to back-to-back league titles, has been forced to quit.
in Bangalore LTHOUGH England were confronting defeat in the Test series in India last night, coach Duncan Fletcher made a A passionate plea for patience with his team of rookies.
Bowling: Hoggard 24.3-7-80-4, Flintoff 28-9-50-4, Giles 34-18-74-1, White 8-2-26-0.