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Tuesday, June 24, 2003
Trescothick ton takes England to series win
LONDON, JUNE 23. Opener Marcus Trescothick hit a chancy 108 not out on Sunday as England recovered from a middle-order slump to beat Pakistan by four wickets to claim the one-day series 2-1 at Lord's. Chasing Pakistan's 229 for seven, England ...
Rain plays spoilsport
GROS ISLET (ST. LUCIA), JUNE 23. Play could not resume on the fourth day of the first Test between West Indies and Sri Lanka due to wet outfield here on Monday. Heavy rain had halted play on Sunday with the home side on 272 for four in reply to ...
Gajjar gets the better of Tembe
NEW DELHI, JUNE 23. Rohan Gajjar proved that he was the better player with a 6-2, 7-6 (7-2) victory over Kedar Tembe in the ITF Satellite tennis circuit Masters first round at the DLTA Complex here on Monday. After a fluent start in the first ...
Little known Karlovic stuns Hewitt, creates history
LONDON, JUNE 23. Croatia has no claims to any of the wonders of the world, other than perhaps a Quixotic tennis champion who used to watch pre-teen schoolboy cartoons and then step out on court through a magic fortnight to finally author a ...
Arun Prakash wins junior title
NEW DELHI, JUNE 23. National junior champion R. Arun Prakash asserted his class on grass in Philadelphia as he won the singles title of the USTA international junior tournament. Arun Prakash capped his fine run in the tournament when he beat ...
Germany tour: Another test for an experimental side
CHENNAI, JUNE 23.Minor though the shuffling of the Indian hockey team is for the Hamburg Masters starting next Friday, the intention seems to be in favour of experimenting with several permutations and combinations before zooming in on the 18 for ...
Hernandez is Colombia's hero
SAINT-ETIENNE, JUNE 23.France, Colombia and Cameroon are in the semifinals of the Confederations Cup. Brazil or Turkey will complete the foursome. While France and Cameroon were sure of advancing even before their final group matches, Colombia ...
Can Bengal upset Manipur's applecart?
CHENNAI, JUNE 23.Change, as they say, is the essence of growth. On that count, women's football in India has remained static over the years. For the tenth time in eleven editions of the senior National championship, since the AIFF took over ...
Devers wins, Greene pulls out
STANFORD, JUNE 23 Gail Devers pulled out a win, Maurice Greene pulled out of a race and Allyson Felix pulled off a remarkable feat for a teenager as the U.S. track and field championships ended Sunday. Devers, leaning at the finish line to ...
National team tourney from today
VIJAYAWADA, JUNE 23. K. Sasikiran will spearhead defending champion Petroleum Sports Control Board's campaign in the National team chess championship to be held at Vijayawada from Tuesday at the Chinapati Ramakotaiah Krida Pranganam ...
Mixed luck for Indians
CHENNAI, JUNE 23. Four Indian boys and two girls started with opening round victories in the World junior chess championship which got underway in remote Nakhichevan, in Azerbaijan. India has a lot in store in these events with a significant ...
Kaye wins Buick Classic
HARRISON, JUNE 23.Jonathan Kaye won the water-logged Buick Classic for his first PGA Tour title, holing a 12-foot eagle putt from just off the back of the 18th green on the first hole of a playoff with John Rollins. Kaye, who lost a playoff to ...
Racing : Motor
Narain in second place
CHENNAI, JUNE 23.Narain Karthikeyan finished third in both races in the fourth round of the World Series by Nissan at the Monza circuit in Italy last weekend. The two podium finishes in the world's fastest circuit has pushed the Indian, who is ...
Karun finishes third
CHENNAI, JUNE 23.Nineteen-year-old Indian driver Karun Chandhok finished third in the second race (Round 6) of the British Formula 3 championship scholarship class at the Castle Combe circuit, England on Sunday, according to information received ...
Karnataka squad upbeat
NEW DELHI, JUNE 23.Inversely, the juniors were considered frail to swim the lengths of the pool for more than eight times. Not so now. The Swimming Federation of India (SFI) has introduced three new events basically to inculcate long distance ...
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