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Wednesday, May 26, 2004
Ponting pilots Australia to victory
HARARE, MAY 25. Captain Ricky Ponting hit 91 to lead Australia to an easy seven-wicket victory over a young Zimbabwe side in the first of three one-day internationals at the Harare Sports Club on Tuesday. In reply to Zimbabwe's 205 for nine in ...
NEW DELHI, MAY 25. Pankaj Thakur hit 77 off 94 balls with eight boundaries as Food Corporation of India (FCI) defeated R.P. Academy by five wickets to enter the quarterfinals of the all-India Goswami Ganesh Dutt memorial cricket tournament at the ...
Narrow win for LA Lakers
HYDERABAD, MAY 25. LA Lakers recorded a narrow 28-22 win over SA Spurs in the junior boys' league match of the inter-summer coaching centres basketball tournament being organised by St. Patrick's High School here.
Srikar, Nazar claim hat-tricks
HYDERABAD, MAY 25. Hat-tricks by Srikar (three for two) and Nazar (three for six) helped Sports Coaching Foundation (Blues) record a convincing 10-wicket win against Humayun Nagar in the under-12 category of the Eddie Aibara memorial cricket ...
Anklesria in main draw
MUMBAI, MAY 25. Urvaksh Anklesria dropped a set before getting the better of Indranil Rath to qualify for the main draw of the first Matunga Gymkhana all-India ranking junior (under-14) tennis tournament at the Matunga Gymkhana courts here on ...
Sonal rallies to beat Geeta
LUCKNOW, MAY 25. Third-seeded Sonal Phadke recovered from being two matchpoints down to beat Geeta Manohar 3-6, 7-5, 6-4 in the first round of the $10,000 ITF women's circuit tennis tournament at the Oudh Gymkhana Club courts here on ...
SBT earns promotion
BANGALORE, MAY 25. A streak of Hitchcockian suspense was built into the final moments of the second division National Football League with fortunes for the three teams battling for two promotion places swinging back and forth like a yoyo. At the ...
Billiards & Snooker
Saheli triumphs with round to spare
KOZHIKODE, MAY 25. She doesn't like to win. She likes to win in style. Saheli Nath did it again on Tuesday afternoon. She won the National sub-junior girls' chess championship with a round to spare. It's her third National title, and she had won ...
Racing : Horse
Mysore summer races from today
MYSORE, MAY 25. The ten-day Mysore summer races get off to a start from May 26 at the Mysore Race Club. A stake money of Rs. 85.89 lakh will be on offer and over 400 horses are expected to take part in the season as per a press release from ...
Racing : Motor
Good day for Nitin Mongia
MUMBAI, MAY 25. The World OK Dinghy championship winner Nitin Mongia of the Indian Navy Watermanship Training Centre (INWTC) won the first two races in the OK Dinghy Nationals at the Bombay Harbour on Tuesday. Eight top sailors in the OK Dinghy ...
Sports : General
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