Harpreet Kaur Lamba

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‘Betrayed & shattered’


Siddharth Trivedi was all but prepared to represent Rajasthan Royals in the Champions League T20, when he was handed a one-year ban for failing to report after he was approached by bookies during the

Titans on track


Titans collected their first points in the Champions League T20, shutting out a fighting Brisbane Heat by four runs in a low-scoring thriller at the PCA Stadium here on Tuesday.

Perera blast wins it for Sunrisers

Sunrisers Hyderabad’s never-say-die spirit came to the fore again, with the team posting an exhilarating four-wicket win over a spirited Trinidad & Tobago in their Champions League T20 match here on Tuesday night.

In-form Sunrisers face uphill task against T&T

Sunrisers Hyderabad, who became the fourth Indian team to enter the main draw of the Champions League T20, face their first big test when they take on Trinidad & Tobago here on Tuesday night.

We have moved on, asserts Dravid

Playing their first match after the spot-fixing scandal that saw three of their players banned, Rajasthan Royals showed no signs of nerves and were focus personified against Mumbai Indians in the Champions League 20 here on Saturday.

Royals rule at home

Rajasthan Royals got their Champions League T20 campaign off to a winning start, cantering to a seven-wicket win over Mumbai Indians in their opening game here on Saturday night.

Rajasthan, Mumbai in CLT20 lung opener


It is that time of the year when domestic T20 giants from across the world come together on a single platform. The Champions League, which gets under way here on Saturday night, will see Mumbai Indians face Rajasthan Royals in the opening clash, and the 10 top domestic teams vying for the $6 million prize money over the next two weeks.

Australian Walsh to take over as India coach?

Australian Terry Walsh is expected to take over as men’s team coach, with Hockey India’s high performance and development committee and the Sports Authority of India meeting here this week.

Juniors up for big test

The Sultan of Johor Cup hockey tournament in Malaysia this month gives Junior India coach Gregg Clark one last opportunity to “test his wards” before the big test at home — the Junior World Cup in December.

Oltmans begins hunt for new coach


Having led India to a runners-up finish at the Asia Cup, and thus ensuring a spot in next year’s Hockey World Cup, Dutchman Roelant Oltmans is now focused on bringing in a new coach for the team.

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