Sharks And Seagulls - A Summer With Sussex

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In the second of two programmes, David Stafford continues to follow the fortunes of Sussex County Cricket Club as the new administration brings in new business ethics.


In the first of two programmes, David Stafford follows a new, thrusting regime at Sussex County Cricket Club which aims to overturn more than a century of underachievement and make the oldest cricketing county in England a winner.


David Stafford's series on Sussex County Cricket Club this week follows the strong disagreement with the England and Wales Cricket Board over the funding of the club's successful youth development programme.


In the first of three programmes, David Stafford follows Sussex County Cricket Club through the 1998 season, as the new management team's application to install permanent floodlights at the Hove ground rouses resentment among some local residents - despite the team's improving fortunes on the field.


David Stafford's series on Sussex County Cricket Club this week charts the refusal of local planners to allow the club to move from the oldest county ground in England to a greenfield site on the outskirts of Brighton and Hove.