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Monday, November 01, 2004
THE GREG CHAPPELL COLUMN
Hard work, strong resolve key to Australia's triumph
After four full-scale tilts at the windmill, and a one-off Test to inaugurate the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in 1996-97, since Bill Lawry led his team to victory in India in 1969-70, Australia has finally achieved a famous victory in the toughest ...
Warne's magic not working on the Indians
MUMBAI, OCT. 31.Australia won its first Test series in India in 35 years, but to the discerning few who have followed the career of Shane Warne with keen interest, the blond leg-spinner has not performed in India with the authority expected of ...
Lesser mortals to the fore
MUMBAI, OCT. 31. Even as the crowd dispersed after some resistance from the Indian lower order, which in the context of the decisive third Test was much like the last flicker of a candle, the Australian celebrations continued. There were heroes ...
An amazing experience for me, says Gilchrist
MUMBAI, OCT. 31. Adam Gilchrist became captain in place of the injured Ricky Ponting, but not for a moment has he looked weighed down by captaincy responsibilities. Instead, he has enjoyed every outing on this tour and has surpassed his ...
Kaneria puts Pakistan in command
KARACHI, OCT. 31. Leg-spinner Danish Kaneria claimed six wickets on Sunday to trigger a Sri Lankan batting collapse and put Pakistan in a strong position heading into the final day of the second cricket Test. Kaneria's six for 102 overshadowed ...
Mauresmo wins title
LINZ, Austria, Oct. 31. Top-seeded Amelie Mauresmo of France cruised to her fourth singles title this year, beating Russian Elena Bovina 6-2, 6-0 on Sunday in the final of the Generali Ladies Open.
China holds South Korea
HYDERABAD, OCT. 31. China held the defending champion, South Korea, to a goalless draw in its second match of the fourth Asia Cup women's (under-21) hockey championship at the Gachibowli Hockey Complex here today. With Sun Zhen and Chen Li Zhu ...
Kerala is champion
NEW DELHI, OCT. 31. One was, literally, in God's own country. The Kerala flavour was unmistakable, in the stands and on the field. The glorious footballers of the southern state had advanced the Kerala Day celebration with a 3-2 extra-time ...
Billiards & Snooker
India improves to 19th
NEW DELHI, OCT. 31.Vikrant Chopra fired the first sub-par round for his team as India improved its position by six places to 19th after the third round in the World Amateur Team golf championship at the Rio Mar Course in Puerto Rico on ...
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