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Friday, August 26, 2005
Sehwag vs. Bond, the battle begins
BULAWAYO: The Videocon tri-series has only three matches of any consequence even if you account for the earth changing spin and the Indian team continuing its miserable run. One of them begins at the Queen's Sports Club here on Friday. Till 3 ...
England begins well on a rain-interrupted day
NOTTINGHAM: Australia's attack, weakened by an elbow injury to the great Glenn McGrath, let itself down badly at Trent Bridge on Thursday when it bowled 18 no-balls in the first 30 overs as England raced to 134 for one. It was an indisciplined ...
New rules tough on allrounders
Every side looks for players who can multi task so that their team is well-balanced
Bangladesh team arrives
COLOMBO: A 15-man Bangladesh squad, led by Habibul Bashar, arrived here on Thursday to play two Tests and three One-Day Internationals against Sri Lanka during a month-long tour. Bangladesh coach Dav Whatmore said his team was capable of ...
Gayatri cruises into semifinals
CHENNAI: Gayatri Krishnan relies more on accuracy than power. She runs hard, doesn't give up easily, and, crucially, goes for the lines when the going gets tough. In the adidas-Madras Cricket Club AITA National junior tennis championship at the ...
BANGALORE: Veteran cueist and ace coach, Arvind Savur, was delighted that the Dronacharya Award has finally being conferred on him. Savur told The Hindu : "It was a long time coming and I expected it some years ago. I didn't get it and I ...
Vandana in the van; Rani wins bronze division
Chennai: Kolkata's Vandana Agarwal moved to the top spot with 225, gaining a three-stroke lead over Irina Brar and Shradanjali Singh after three rounds of the Madras Ladies golf championship at the Cosmo-TNGF course here on Thursday. It was ...
Racing : Horse
Pune: Starscape and Stara Zagora caught the eye when the horses were exercised here on Thursday (Aug. 25). Outer sand: 600m: Love And Be Loved (Chandrakant) 37. Moved well. Princely Deal (F. Irani), Trojan King ...
Star Crush pleases
HYDERABAD: Adelaide, Star Crush, Integrate, Candy Man, Gallant Commander and Ivegotthepower pleased when the horses were exercised here on Thursday (Aug. 25). Sand: 600m: Visonahld (Shobhan Babu), Da Vinci Rose (rb) ...
Fort Knox, Thats The Touch show out
BANGALORE: Fort Knox, Thats The Touch, Lancaster and Rafaga showed out when the horses were exercised here on Thursday morning (Aug. 25). Inner sand: 1,200m: Touch Of Realism (Krishnan) 1-26.5, (1,200-600) ...
Accuser for main event
KOLKATA: Accuser runs with a good chance in the Roubaix Cup (1,800m), the chief event of the races to be held here on Friday. 1 FLYING GLANCE HANDICAP (1,000m), Cl. V, rated 00 to 30, 5-y-o & over 2-00 p.m.: 1. Regal Rocket (1) Jaiswal ..
Al Qamar expected to score
MYSORE: Al Qamar, who is in fine nick, is expected to score in the Madras Race Club Cup (1,800m), the main event of the races to be held here on Friday. False rails (width about 5.5m from 1,600m to the winning post) will be in position. 1 ...
Racing : Motor
JK Tyre National meet: fifth round on Aug. 28
CHENNAI: The fifth round of the seven-round JK Tyre National Racing Championship will be held at the MMST track at Sriperumbudur on August 28. The qualifying sessions will be held on August 27. Over 45 drivers in three categories Formula ...
Sports : General
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