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Vettori bowls New Zealand to win
LONDON, MAY 31. New Zealand put in a dominating display ahead of the second Test at Headingley commencing on Thursday to humble Leicestershire on the fourth and final day at Grace Road, completing a 328-run win. Facing a daunting deficit of ...
Two-tier format fine for one-dayers: Waugh
MUMBAI, MAY 31.Steve Waugh was sharp as ever at the launch of AMP Sanmar's three life insurance products at the Grand Maratha Sheraton on Monday. Out of international cricket since January 2004, the legendary Australian cricketer seemed to be ...
Gustavo Kuerten moves one step closer to title
PARIS, MAY 31. With the red clay he loves caked on his shirt and shorts, Gustavo Kuerten moved one round closer to his fourth French Open title Monday. Kuerten took a hard spill in the final game but was unhurt, and five points later he ...
Lata, Sanaa advance
NEW DELHI, MAY 31. Lata Assudani capitalised on her opponent's predicament in racing to a 6-2, 6-2 victory, even as the fifth-seeded Susanne Aigner of Austria looked to have been overpowered by the heat wave in the North, in the first round of ...
Sania is champion
HYDERABAD, MAY 31. India's teenage sensation Sania Mirza won the Regione House $ 10,000 tournament title, defeating Magda of Romania 6-3, 6-4 at Compobasso in Italy on Sunday. In the first set, the GVK Industries-sponsored Sania was down 2-3 ...
Olympic probables leave for U.S. camp
NEW DELHI, MAY 31.In the midst of training for the Athens Olympics, the news of a few Indian players being offered contracts to play in the Dutch premier hockey league has evoked mixed reactions. While the senior players view the offer as `a ...
SBT answers Kerala's call
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, MAY 31. There was a collective sign of relief all over Kerala when State Bank of Travancore qualified for the premier National Football League after winning the second division NFL in Bangalore last week.
Billiards & Snooker
Drummond shows rankings don't matter
VIRGINIA WATER (ENGLAND), MAY 31. Scotland's Scott Drummond, ranked 435th in the world, won the Volvo PGA Championship on Sunday following an 8-under 64 in the final round. Drummond, who missed the halfway cut in six of his last seven ...
Sports : General
Rehabilitation course getting ready for Maradona
SAO PAULO, MAY 31.A Brazilian hospital is preparing a drug rehabilitation programme for Diego Maradona, officials said. Master Mind hospital spokesman Fernando de Souza Miguel on Sunday said that a person close to the Argentine soccer great ...
Ricky Ponting urges Murali to tour Down Under
SYDNEY: Australian skipper Ricky Ponting has urged Sri Lankan off-spinner Muttiah Muralitharan to reconsider his threat to boycott the upcoming cricket tour Down Under. ``I'd love to see him here. He's a fantastic player and opponent, and he's ...
`Steve-da' to visit Udayan
Kolkata: Inmates of Udayan would have some surprises in store for their `Steve-da' on Tuesday, with the cricketing legend scheduled to undertake his maiden post-retirement visit to the Barrackpore home housing children of lepers. Steve Waugh, ...
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