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Monday, May 31, 2004
Vaughan returns for second Test
LONDON, MAY 30. England will be a weaker team without Nasser Hussain, said the chairman of selectors David Graveney as he announced the squad for the second Test against New Zealand at Headingley beginning on Thursday. "We cannot replace him ...
Balaji undergoes training under Mike Hendrick
CHENNAI, MAY 30. India paceman Lakshmipathy Balaji had a beneficial stint under former English seamer Mike Hendrick during Jolly Rovers' recently concluded two-week tour of England. Balaji spent five days at Nottingham and Derbyshire, learning ...
Bangladesh posts highest ever total, Rafique emulates Bashar
ST. LUCIA, MAY 30. Mohammad Rafique hit an unbeaten, maiden Test century as Bangladesh notched up its highest ever total on a rainy second day of the opening Test against the West Indies at Beausejour Stadium. The visitor, overnight 278 for ...
Sania sails into final
HYDERABAD, MAY 30. Continuing her dream run, Sania Mirza defeated Petra Russegier of Austria 6-2, 6-1 to enter the final of the Regione House $10,000 tournament in Italy on Saturday, according to information received here.Sania had an easy outing ...
Rushmi, Ankita carry Indian hopes
NEW DELHI, MAY 30. After their good run in Lucknow, top Indian players Rushmi Chakravarthi, Ankita Bhambri will feel the heat from quality opposition from abroad as the $10,000 ITF women's tennis tournament begins at the DLTA ...
Dementieva ousts Davenport
PARIS, MAY 30. Lindsay Davenport was eliminated on Sunday at the only Grand Slam event she's never won. Erratic and hampered by a sore knee, the No. 5-seeded Davenport lost to Elena Dementieva 6-1, 6-3 in the fourth round at the French Open. ...
Toms extends his advantage
MEMPHIS (USA), MAY 30. David Toms, who started the third round with a one-stroke lead over Vaughn Taylor, extended his advantage to seven strokes with a 6-under 65 on Saturday and gave the defending champion control of the St. Jude Classic. ...
Albert My-San corners glory
BANGALORE, MAY 30. Albert My-San claimed the Overall Gross Champion's prize in the first edition of the Cisco Corporate golf championship played at the Eagleton Golf Course near here on Sunday. Albert carded three over 75 which was the best score ...
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Overall title for Thiruvananthapuram
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, MAY 30.Thiruvananthapuram won the overall title in the State sub-junior and junior aquatic meet which concluded at the Water Works Swimming pool here on Sunday. The host came first in all categories to garner 1621 points while ...
Udhay and Ashwini triumph
MYSORE, MAY 30. Top-seeds Udhay S. Athreya and B.M. Ashwini both of Union Bank of India won the men's and women's singles titles respectively on the concluding day of the four-day State ranking table tennis tournament conducted jointly by the ...
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