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Friday, October 03, 2003
Richardson hits unbeaten century
Rajkot. Oct. 2. For all the build-up surrounding their preparation for this tour of India, the New Zealanders' first meaningful day under the sun may not have gone according to plan, though they finished at 299 for five in 90 overs. However, ...
Richardson follows the Wright path
RAJKOT, OCT. 2. New Zealand's first century maker (128 batting, 381m, 304b, 18x4, 1x6) on the current tour, Mark Richardson said he has moulded his game on John Wright's and that he had scratched around initially. "It's up to the individual to ...
Rushmi, Sania and Shruti progress
NEW DELHI, OCT. 2. The second-seeded Rushmi Chakravarthi defeated Montinee Tangphong of Thailand 6-1, 2-6, 6-4 to move into the quarterfinals of the $ 10,000 ITF women's circuit tennis tournament in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Thursday. While ...
Childs packs off Mertinak on a bad day for seeds
TUMKUR, OCT. 2. It was a slaughter of seeds in the $ 25,000 ATP Challenger tennis championship at the Mahatma Gandhi Stadium as four were sent packing, including the top player Michal Mertinak of Slovakia. Only the fourth-seeded Marcos Baghdatis ...
Grace blanks Kyra
BANGALORE, OCT. 2.Tamil Nadu's Grace Hannah blanked Kyra Shroff in the second round of the girls under-14 singles in the Nutrine Naturo sub-junior tennis Masters at the Nike-Bhupathi Tennis Village here on Thursday. In other matches, Likitha ...
Billiards & Snooker
Ashok Shandilya in last eight
MUMBAI, OCT. 2. Ashok Shandilya and Dhruv Sitwala held centrestage alongwith Mohd. Asim when booking quarterfinal slots in the billiards event of the P.J.Hindu Gymkhana All-India Open billiards and snooker tournament, defeating Jatinder Dawer, ...
Sahaj shocks Shivanandan
NEW DELHI, OCT. 2. Before starting a game, Sahaj Grover writes `Good Luck' on his score-sheet. Today, more than fortune, it was the eight-year-old Sahaj's fortitude, that took him to the biggest victory of his budding career. With most of the ...
Madanasri stuns Saheli
VIJAYAWADA, OCT. 2. G. Madanasri stunned Asian junior bronze medallist Saheli Nath in the sixth round of the National junior girls chess championships at the Indira Gandhi Municipal Corporation stadium here on Thursday. Saheli, a National A ...
Three in joint lead
VIJAYAWADA, OCT. 2. S. Mari Arul, K.N. Gopal and Sankar Roy led the field with 4.5 points each after five rounds of the Immortal Five FIDE-rated all India Open chess tournament at the Indira Gandhi Municipal Corporation stadium here on Thursday. ...
Sports : General
SLP to meet Bombay Gymkhana
MUMBAI, OCT. 2.Sri Lankan Police (SLP) capitalised on misplaced aggression by Chennai Cheetahs' Tonga stars to win 40-24 (half-time 15-10) on Thursday for a place in Saturday's final of the Castle Lager All-India & South Asia rugby tournament ...
Harry Tanamor enters final
COLVA (GOA), OCT. 2. Harry Tanamor, another Sydney Olympian of Philippines, came out blazing to enter the final of the first Goa International boxing tournament defeating India Blue's Sonu outscoring the Indian by the third round. Harry ...
Neggi bags first gold for India
BHOPAL, OCT. 2. Nayab Subedar D.V.S. Neggi delivered India's first kayaking gold medal by winning the K-1 1,000-metre race in the Asian Junior canoeing and kayaking championship at the Upper Lake here on Thursday. In the field shorn of China, ...
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