Sports 1983

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Radio New Zealand. National Programme (estab. 1964, closed 1986), Broadcaster

A roundup of sport in 1983:-
1. Peter Kelly sells $700,000 filly at Trentham.
2. Wellington Cup commentary won by racehorse Kiwi.
3. Cricket package includes New Zealand 's one day cliff-hanger against England, and Cairns sixes in final.
4. Light hearted Jeremy Coney interview with A. Richards.
5. Inter-dominion pacer Grand Final, Gammalite, beats Popular Alm at Alexandra Park.
6. Liverpool goals vs Manchester United in League Cup.
7. London Daily Mail rugby writer, Peter Jackson, on pro rugby threat.
8. Stu Wilson's try scoring record against Lion's.
9. R&A secretary, Keith McKenzie, with laryngitis at British Open prize giving with Tom Watson winners speech.
10. Bruce Devlin after winning Air New Zealand Shell golf open.
11. World championship netball final, Australian beat New Zealand.
12. Kiwis beats Kangaroos 19-12 in Brisbane, try scoring movement and end of match.
13. Wimbledon semi-final Lewis Vs Curren commentary.
14. McEnroe and Lewis after Wimbledon final.
15. Rally review Ian Woodley.
16. Benny Hutchings coach of successful canoe team on return from world champs in Finland.
17. Commentary Steve Cram's 1500m win at first world athletics championships in Helsinki.
18. Peter Montgomery's review of the yachting year.
19. Commentary final stages last race of America's Cup.
20. Australia Two skipper John Bertrand.
21. New York marathon comment and commentary of Rod Dixon's win.
22. Eights, fours win at the world rowing championships in Duisberg with comment from coaches, Brian Hawthorne and Harry Mahan and manager, Dudley Storey.
23. Clyde Baxter review of swimming year.
24. Peter Daji goal during New Zealand-India hockey first test. New Zealand wins the series.
25. Stu Davenport after losing world champ squash semi-final to eventual winner, Jahangir Khan.
26. Allen Miller, New Zealand 's first world junior cycling champion.
27. Jack Swart after winning his second Dulux. Swart on a change of scenery for 1984.
28. Steel Jaw wins the New Zealand Trotting Cup.
29. Kiwi (horse) ridden by Jimmy Cassidy wins the Melbourne Cup.