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Monday, June 28, 2004
West Indies wins with bonus point
NOTTINGHAM, JUNE 27. England, which had obviously decided in the Caribbean that it could take out West Indies any time it wanted, was shot out for its lowest Trent Bridge score in the third one-day international of the NatWest Trophy today. It ...
Second match called off
BIRMINGHAM, JUNE 27. West Indies and New Zealand played one of the shortest One-Day Internationals on record at Edgbaston when the second NatWest tie was settled in 21 overs a side. I saw a shorter one between England and India in Chandigarh ...
Federer marches into fourth round in imperial style
LONDON, JUNE 27. He is the ultimate synthesiser of his era in the world of tennis. When you watch him on court, especially on a grass court, all arguments cease almost at once. All the intriguing contradictions of sport resolve themselves ...
Sugiyama given pride of place
NEW DELHI, JUNE 27. The competition has reached the business end and it is time for the players who have slogged for nearly a month in the heat and dust of Northern India to be rewarded for their efforts in the ITF Satellite tennis ...
Germany drubs Pakistan
AMSTERDAM, JUNE 27. It was virtually a goal-rush as formidable Germany hammered a lacklustre Pakistan 6-0 in the opening match of the four-nation Rabobank hockey championship 2004 here on Saturday. Mathias Witthaus opened the account in the 11th ...
Dutch can deal with penalty shootout too
LOULE (PORTUGAL), JUNE 27. The Netherlands beat Sweden 5-4 on penalties at the end of a disappointing 0-0 tie on Saturday to reach the semifinals of Euro 2004. Olof Mellberg failed to convert the decisive penalty for Sweden when his spot kick ...
Dola, Reena and Sumangala book tickets to Athens
MEERUT, JUNE 27.Tarundeep Rai and Dola Banerjee sustained five National ranking tournaments before they seized the top positions in the men and women's sections to make it to the Indian team to the Athens Olympic Games. Rai aggregated 616.04 ...
Pradeep, Saraswati take titles
HYDERABAD, JUNE 27. Pradeep Kumar of the Army Boys Sports Company and Saraswati of SAI won the men's and women's titles respectively in the 2nd series of AP state level road races sponsored by the Hyderabad 10K Foundation and conducted by the ...
Topalov's gamble pays off
TRIPOLI, JUNE 27. Top-seeded Grandmaster Veselin Topalov of Bulgaria was lucky to score a win over Grandmaster Zdenko Kozul of Croatia in the first game of their pre-quarterfinal match in the World chess championship at Almahay hotel here. Draws ...
Doping: the Indian dimension
NEW DELHI, JUNE 27. The National athletics camp has had a `doping chart', prepared apparently by a foreign expert; drugs have been confiscated from the athletes, including juniors, at the Bangalore Centre of the Sports Authority of India (SAI) in ...
Records galore at State shooting championship
HYDERABAD, JUNE 27. A total of sixteen new meet records were set and P. Pooja Reddy and Arun bagged four golds each in the 5th Andhra Pradesh State rifle shooting championships which concluded here on Sunday.
Sharath-Soumyadeep crash out
NEW DELHI, JUNE 27. Top-seeded Indian duo of Achanta Sharath Kamal and Soumyadeep Roy's crashed out of the quarterfinals in the men's doubles event at the 16th Commonwealth Games Championship in Kuala Lumpur, according to information received ...
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