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Thursday, October 06, 2005
India nails New Zealand, enters final
Stroll in the park for Australia
MELBOURNE: Shane Watson took three wickets and made a crucial run out to help Australia to a 93-run win over the World XI and a 1-0 lead in the limited-overs Super Series here on Wednesday. Openers Simon Katich (58) and Adam Gilchrist (45) led ...
The man who stands alone
Garry Sobers's 254 against Australia in 1971 was a dizzyingly daring virtuoso feat. In the pantheon of allrounders, Sobers stands alone, writes Nirmal Shekar
Ganguly to consult Joshi and Gloster
MUMBAI: : In keeping with Cricket Board's policy to consult Dr. Anant Joshi orthopaedic surgeon and sports medicine expert to diagnose injuries, suggest treatment and rehabilitation to the National team's cricketers, Sourav ...
Vishal Uppal enters quarterfinals
GURGAON: It is a rare sight these days in the professional tennis circuit, to see someone play serve and volley even on grass, and succeed too. Vishaal Uppal was sharp on his feet and crisp with his serve and volley drill on the synthetic ...
Hat-trick by Nobeel Khan
CHENNAI: Nobeel Khan's hat-trick was the highlight of Karnataka's handsome 5-2 win over Andhra Pradesh on Wednesday in the South Zone National sub-junior football championship being held at the Ajeya stadium, HVF Avadi, near here. The ...
Racing : Horse
Princess Gabriella expected to score
Chennai: Princess Gabriella is expected to score in the Asian Games Plate (1,200m), the feature event of the races to be held here on Thursday. 1 ALZEERA PLATE (1,400m), Cl. V-A 2-45 p.m.: 1. Dominant Force (4) Huzaif 60, 2. Sundial (1) ...
Moon Emperor for main event
MYSORE: Moon Emperor, who has been well prepared, runs with a good chance in the F.K. Irani Memorial Gold Cup (1,200m), the main event of the races to be held here on Thursday. False rails (width about 8m from 1,600m to the winning post) will ...
Southern Regent impresses
BANGALORE: Southern Regent impressed when the horses were exercised here on Wednesday morning (Oct. 5). Outer sand: 800m: Silken Star (B. Prakash) 1-4, 600/49. Easy. Star Movements (Shakti) 58, 600/44.5. ...
Among Dreams catches the eye
Pune: Among Dreams, Wild Vegas and Convenience caught the eye when the horses were exercised here on Wednesday morning (Oct. 5). Outer sand: 600m: See No Evil (Dilip) 40. Easy. Raphaela (Kapoor) 41. Moved freely. Wild ...
Carradale and Flying Knight shine
Hyderabad: Carradale and Flying Knight shone when the horses were exercised here on Wednesday (Oct. 5). Sand: 600m: Festivals Of India (Pavan Kumar) 43.5, 400/29. Moved well. Favourable Terms (Madhu Kumar) 47, 400/30. ...
Sports : General
Pragyan Ojha's spell puts BDL in command
HYDERABAD: : Good bowling by Ranji left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha (four for 23) helped BDL bundle out SCRSA for 62 in the first innings in reply to it's 331 for eight on the second day of the three-day A-Division (knock-out) cricket tournament ...
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