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Saturday, December 18, 2004
THE PETER ROEBUCK COLUMN
India has to treasure players like Laxman
It is a fate suffered by some inhabitants of this planet to have every fault of theirs put under a microscope till a molehill becomes a mountain. Meanwhile others are spared and walk the earth as if upon a bed of petals. Of course, it is not ...
Gambhir and Dravid put India in command
CHITTAGONG, DEC. 17.It possibly has more to do with a batsman's psyche. A maiden century not only confirms that one is good at a particular level, but, equally so, provides him with the confidence which every player invariably feels at getting ...
South Africa in turmoil
PORT ELIZABETH, DEC. 17. Andrew Flintoff's hair has been shorn like Sampson's but it has not stopped him destroying the structure of an innings as he did at Port Elizabeth on Friday when he snatched three of South Africa's top ...
It is an Australian sweep
CHENNAI, DEC. 17. Mission accomplished. For Australia that was what mattered finally. Winning all the three titles men, women's and mixed the Australians left Chennai on a happy note at the end of the second World doubles squash ...
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