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Sunday, September 26, 2004
Adam Gilchrist predicts an exciting series
MUMBAI, SEPT. 25. After Ashley Mallett's 10-wicket match-winning spell at Chepauk in 1969, Australia has been yearning for series victory against India in 35 years. Mark Taylor and Steve Waugh's plans were defeated thoroughly by Sachin Tendulkar, ...
Bradshaw & Browne script a glorious Caribbean victory
LONDON, SEPT 25. As Ian Bradshaw went down on his knees to majestically herald the winning runs a crashing square drive, West Indian cricket glowed at The Oval. Never had a boundary carried greater value in West Indian cricket for a long, long ...
10 DAYS TO GO
A brave beginning
Starting today, The Hindu will publish 10 articles on India-Australia cricket leading up to the first Test of the forthcoming four- Test series, which begins in Bangalore on October 6. The articles will focus on various aspects of a sporting rivalry that Steve Waugh has said "has the potential" to match the drama and historic significance of the Ashes contests.
Vivek, Punam reign supreme
MUMBAI, SEPT. 25. Power players Vivek Shokeen and Punam Reddy called the shots in the MSTLA-ITF Junior Circuit 2004. Brute force and reach made up for mobility in the two singles final on Saturday. Second seed Shokeen, six foot ...
Billiards & Snooker
Racing : Horse
Racing : Motor
Run For Roses in fine nick
HYDERABAD, SEPT. 26.
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