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Sunday, July 11, 2004
Hemant, Ganesh, Badri, Vignesh and Vasu shine
CHENNAI, JULY 10.C. Hemant Kumar (Globe Trotters), S.R. Ganesh Kumar and Badri Attavar (both Mambalam Mosquitos) made centuries while G. Vignesh (Vijay) and D. Vasu (Alwarpet) returned seven-wicket hauls on the final day of the second round ...
New Zealand totals 266
LONDON, JULY 10.India's defeat of England in the 2002 NatWest final amid a torrent of late runs and England's easy win against South Africa a year ago when only half the overs had to be bowled have provided memorable matches at Lord's but ...
Australia vs ROW could be a humdinger
Next year Australia takes on the Rest of the World (ROW) in a series of matches to be played in the wide brown land. In the eloquent phrase favoured by that distinguished cricket writer Ted Dexter it could be a `humdinger'. Provided neither Omar ...
Fatigued Federer in final
GSTAAD, JULY 10.Wimbledon champion Roger Federer, still seeking his first title on home soil, will face Russian Igor Andreev in the final of the Swiss Open, after defeating Italian upstart Potito Starace in a high-quality three set match on ...
Colombia in quarterfinals
LIMA (PERU), JULY 9. Defending champion Colombia beat Bolivia 1-0 and became the first team to reach the Copa America quarterfinals, while Peru trounced Venezuela 3-1 to keep its playoff bid alive on Friday. Colombia reserve forward Edixon ...
Goodwill Club posts win
NEW DELHI, JULY 10. Goodwill Club brightened its chances for the final, prevailing over New Friends 4-2 in a `B' division super league match in the DSA football championship at the Ambedkar Stadium here on Saturday. Pradeep Rana, Mohammed ...
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Coin toss signifies start of a match: ICC
London: As suggested by its Cricket Committee (CC), the ICC has announced that abandoned matches would make their way to the record book provided the toss had taken place. The recent decision of the ICC Chief Executives' Committee (CEC) to ...
Beckham's costly apology to in-laws
London: Soccer star David Beckham has gifted a Land Rover worth £80,000 to his in-laws, as an apology for all the hurt that has been caused by stories of his alleged affairs. Tony picked up the luxury car from Beckingham Palace in Herts before ...
Jones swims to new world record
BRISBANE: Australian swimmer Leisel Jones set a world record in the 200m breaststroke on Saturday at a GP meet with a time of 2 minutes, 22.96 seconds. It beat the previous world record of 2:22.99 held by Qi Hui of China, set in August 2001 in ...
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