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Thursday, September 23, 2004
Vaughan guides England into final
BIRMINGHAM, SEPT. 22.Michael Vaughan, the England captain, said before the ICC Champions Trophy semifinal against Australia, that "one-day cricket is a funny game." He cannot have imagined this one would be so comical that he would bowl ten overs ...
Nayan scalps seven
LONDON, SEPT. 22. Left-arm spinner Nayan Doshi, son of former Indian player Dilip Doshi, bowled Surrey to its fourth victory in five matches and the third place in the Frizzell County Championship (Division One) this season. In the latest ...
Tendulkar feeling better after shockwave treatment
MUMBAI, SEPT. 22. For the first time in 15 summers, Sachin Tendulkar quietly returned home on Sunday night without facing a ball in the Videocon Cup in Amstelveen, NatWest Challenge Series and the ICC Champions Trophy in England due to a tennis ...
Authoritative win for West Indies
SOUTHAMPTON, SEPT. 22. If there was intrigue, it was only in Pakistan's decision to bat. The rest was emphatically pronounced in West Indies' favour as Rose Bowl witnessed one of the pleasant upsets in the Champions trophy. In rallying itself ...
Match-fixing episode still haunts the South Africans
DURBAN, SEPT. 22. Several South African players, including Herschelle Gibbs and Nicky Boje, may not join the national team during its tour of the sub-continent in November for fear of being arrested and questioned by Indian police about ...
The Woolmer effect
CHENNAI, SEPT. 22. At the beginning of India's epoch-making tour of Pakistan earlier this year John Wright had a question for every member of the Indian side: "Which is the best way to defeat Pakistan on its home soil?" When his own turn to ...
Shraddha, Anahita continue to progress
MUMBAI, SEPT. 22. Shraddha Lodha and Anahita Jagtiani were the only unseeded players remaining in the draw as the girls' singles matches reached the quarterfinal phase of the MSLTA-ITF junior circuit. Shraddha overcame local favourite ...
Indian squad for junior Davis Cup final
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 22. The Indian team of Rupesh Roy, Sanam Singh and Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan will compete in the Junior Davis Cup final to be held in Barcelona from September 27 to October 3. The squad, led by Sandeep Kirtane, had won the ...
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Sports : General
Indian women suffer third defeat
KOCHI, SEPT. 22. Defending champion China defeated India 25-13, 25-20, 25-8 and marched into the semifinals of the 12th Asian junior women's volleyball championship at the Sugathadasa Indoor Stadium, Colombo, on Wednesday. With its third loss, ...
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