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Kulasekara steadies Lanka colts, Yadav takes 4/86

Kavindu Kulasekara’s fighting effort of an unbeaten 76 helped Sri Lanka U-19 reach 235/5 in 104 overs at the end of the third day of their four-day match against India U-19 at the Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium on Thursday.

Pak clinch ODI series in Caribbean

Pakistan scrambled to a four-wicket victory off the penultimate ball in the fifth and final one-day international against the West Indies at the Beausejour Stadium on Wednesday.

He Zi extends China’s hold on dive golds

Chinese diver He Zi won gold in the women’s 1m springboard final on Tuesday by the finest of margins as she edged out Italy’s Tania Cagnotto by just one tenth of a point.

‘Hope to surprise India’

Zimbabwe managed to beat India not once but twice the last time they were here and coach Andy Waller is hoping that his wards would spring the same surprise in at least one match of the five-game ODI series that starts on Wednesday.

Oz Under The Cosh Again


Joe Root closed in on his second Test century as England reached 171/4 against Australia at tea on the third day of the second test to take a commanding lead of 404.

Muirfield set to test challengers


The Open returns to Muirfield for the 16th time starting on Thursday, with two straight weeks of sunshine having turned the famed Scottish links into a firm, fast and furious test for the best.

Woods to tee off with McDowell, Oosthuizen

Tournament favourite Tiger Woods will join Ulsterman Graeme McDowell and South African Louis Oosthuizen for Thursday’s first round of the British Open.

Jadeja leads way with ball

Ravindra Jadeja celebrates the dismissal of Sri Lankan Rangana Herath in the final—AFP

Ravindra Jadeja took 4/23 including three wickets in 11 deliveries as Sri Lanka crashed to 201 in the final of the tri-series against India on Thursday.

Massa can count on us, assures Ferrari boss

Ferrari have assured Felipe Massa of their support after the Brazilian scored only 12 points from his last four Formula One races.

Divij carves out maiden Tour win

Divij Sharan recorded his first-ever ATP Tour level win when he and partner Ivo Karlovic saved five match points to advance to the second round of the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships even as Prakash Amritraj crashed out of the singles event.

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