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  1. ICC Champions Trophy: Skipper Virat Kohli hails pace quartet, says India can win titles with bowlers

    Zeenews.india.com - All Sports 05.28 / 20:09 zeenews.india.com
    India's chase was, however, cut short by rain. But thanks to a superior batting performance, India won the match by 45 runs via D/L…
  2. French Open 2017: Headlines and sidelines from Day 1 at Roland Garros

    Zeenews.india.com - All Sports 05.28 / 20:09 zeenews.india.com
    Kerber became first top seed to lose opening round, even as Kvitova makes emotional winning…
  3. Nebril bros lead Mingla over Talisay

    Sunstar.com.ph - All Sports 05.28 / 19:51 sunstar.com.ph
    BROTHERS Marc Glen and Mark Justine Nebril played crucial roles in helping Minglanilla score a repeat over Talisay Aqua Stars at the start of the South Division quarterfinal round of the 2017 Cebu Governor’s Cup 21-Under Inter-Cities/Municipalities Basketball Tournament in Samboan last Saturday. The older Marc Glen scored 10 of his 17 points in the third period, while the younger Mark Justine scattered 11 of his 21 points in the second period to turn the tide around for Minglanilla’s 80-78 …
  4. Limpag: Changing PHL boxing mindset

    Sunstar.com.ph - All Sports 05.28 / 19:51 sunstar.com.ph
    MILAN Melindo hasn’t even warmed his seat as the new IBF junior flyweight champion and in comes a challenge from Randy Petalcorin for a title fight. Filipino vs. Filipino for the world title. Something that, based on reports, hasn’t happened in over 70 years. It’s one of the ideas that my friend and boxing writer par excellence Ryan Songalia is espousing. And I do happen to agree with him, it’s time to match up our best Pinoy fighters against each other…
  5. STC fifth grader makes world golf

    Sunstar.com.ph - All Sports 05.28 / 19:51 sunstar.com.ph
    CEBUANA junior golfer Grace Pauline Quintanilla clinched a slot to the US Kids Golf World Championship after topping the Philippine International qualifier at the Orchard Golf and Country Club in Cavite last May 24 to 26. The nine-year-old Quintanilla of Cebu Country Club (CCC) fired 247 in the three-round tournament to reign in the girls’ 10-years old class over Sophia Abigail Abarcas and Maria Anya Cedo, who shot 261 and 270, r…
  6. Sudirman Cup: South Korea upset defending champions China to win first world mixed teams title in 14 years

    Zeenews.india.com - All Sports 05.28 / 19:39 zeenews.india.com
    South Korea on Sunday won badminton's Sudirman Cup for the first time in 14 years with an emotional 3-2 victory over 10-time champions China at Australia's Gold…
  7. Australian government ready to mediate in CA-players pay row: Report

    Zeenews.india.com - All Sports 05.28 / 19:39 zeenews.india.com
    CA chairman David Peever has turned down the Australian Cricketers' Association's request for independent mediation and there are fears the stand-off could potentially lead to a players' boycott of the showpiece Ashes series later in the y…
  8. Indian boxers Laishram Sarita, Pinki Jangra return to amateur fold after brief pro stint

    Zeenews.india.com - All Sports 05.28 / 19:39 zeenews.india.com
    The two boxers, who had signed up with the Indian Boxing Council (IBC), will be re-joining the national camp after submitting letters of apology to the Boxing Federation of India (BFI) for abruptly leaving the amateur circuit not too long…
  1. Fabregas fuming about FA Cup Final snub

    Thesportscampus.com - Soccer 05.28 / 15:32 thesportscampus.com
    Former Arsenal skipper and Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas revealed today that he was bitterly disappointed at having been left out of the starting eleven for the FA Cup final yesterday and while he respects Manager Antonio Conte's decision and shares a special relationship with the club's fans, he hasn't ruled out the possibility of leaving the club this summer. The 30 year old playmaker was brought on an hour into the match and contributed more during his brief period on the pitch in…
  2. Little Alaves upstage Barcelona despite losing Copa del Rey final

    Espnfcasia.com - Soccer 05.28 / 14:25 espnfcasia.com
    MADRID -- The thousands of Alaves fans -- representing some significant percentage of Vitoria, their little northern town -- began…
  3. Courtois: "The first goal should never have been allowed"

    Thesportscampus.com - Soccer 05.28 / 12:31 thesportscampus.com
    Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois was disappointed by Alexis Sanchezs opening goal for Arsenal in the FA Cup final, which the recently crowned English Premier League (EPL) champions lost 1-2, and said it should have been disallowed. Courtois said Sanchez's goal in the fourth minute of the FA Cup final at the Wembley Stadium here on Saturday evening. However, television replays raised doubts on the referee's decision to award the goal. Courtois asserted that the goal should have…
  4. Colombian starlet Yerry Mina to keep Barcelona waiting for a year

    Thesportscampus.com - Soccer 05.28 / 12:31 thesportscampus.com
    Barcelona target Yerry Mina will remain at Palmeiras until at least next year, the Brazilian club's football director said. Barcelona have the first right of refusal to sign the Colombia international centre-back in July 2018 as part of a deal struck with Palmeiras in February. Media reports here on Saturday claimed the move could be brought forward to the upcoming European summer transfer window as the Catalan outfit seek to address their defensive concerns. But when asked about…
  5. 'Way-too-early' predictions

    Espnfcasia.com - Soccer 05.28 / 11:27 espnfcasia.com
    The dust has barely settled on this season, but we can't help but look ahead. Can Tottenham go one better? Will Sam Allardyce be back to fight another fire? And will Jurgen Klopp finally win something at Liverpool? Nick Miller…
  6. PSG seal late winner to clinch record 11th French Cup title

    Thesportscampus.com - Soccer 05.28 / 11:24 thesportscampus.com
    Paris Saint-Germain earned a hard-fought 1-0 win over Angers as a late own goal in the final of the centennial edition allowed the capital club to lift the French Cup trophy for a record 11th time. Angers defender Issa Cissokho was the unfortunate player to deflect the ball into his own net as a PSG's corner in stoppage time provided the match-winner. PSG were level on 10 triumphs with Marseille before Saturday's final, where French President Emmanuel Macron featured and had a warm…
  7. Aubameyang penalty gives Borussia Dortmund a long overdue German Cup title

    Thesportscampus.com - Soccer 05.28 / 11:24 thesportscampus.com
    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's penalty earned Borussia Dortmund a 2-1 victory over Eintracht Frankfurt in the German Cup final at a sold out Berlin Olympia stadium. After three straight final defeats, Borussia Dortmund on Saturday lifted the German Cup for the fourth time in the club's history as Thomas Tuchel's men overpowered resilient "Eagles" in a fast paced encounter. The "BVB" grabbed a fairy tale start in front of 74,322 spectators as Ousmane Dembele shrugged off one defender to …
  8. Arsenal beat Chelsea 2-1 to win record 13th FA Cup

    Thesportscampus.com - Soccer 05.28 / 11:24 thesportscampus.com
    Arsenal became the most successful club in the 154-year FA Cup history after lifting the trophy for a record 13th time with a victory over recently crowned English Premier League champions Chelsea 2-1 on Saturday. The Gunners dominated the first half at Wembley, pulling ahead with a controversial goal from Alexis Sanchez in the fourth minute. The Chilean striker opened the scoring after a solo run. Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey was ruled offside but Antony Taylor overruled his assistant's…
  1. Cavs Defeated Celtics in Game 5 of NBA Conference Finals (135-102)

    Philnews.ph - Basketball 05.26 / 22:31 philnews.ph
    The powerhouse team of Cleveland Cavaliers (Cavs) defeated Boston Celtics in the Game 5 of NBA Eastern Conference Finals with a score of 135-102. Cavs will now advance to the finals and clash against Golden State Warriors after winning the series versus Celtics with 4-1 record standing. Cleveland Cavaliers scored 43 points in the first […] The post Cavs Defeated Celtics in Game 5 of NBA Conference Finals (135-102) appeared first on Philippine…
  2. WATCH: Bucks Introduce Raptors With “BARNEY” Theme Song

    Philnews.ph - Basketball 05.26 / 22:31 philnews.ph
    A video of Milwaukee Bucks introducing the powerhouse players of Toronto Raptors with Barney theme song is currently making rounds on social media. The video dominates online with a lot of views. Watch the clip below. The games ops crew at the Wisconsin Entertainment and Sports Center introduced the players of Raptors with the theme […] The post WATCH: Bucks Introduce Raptors With “BARNEY” Theme Song appeared first on Philippine…
  1. Austria's Thiem makes short work of Tomic in Paris

    Thestar.com.my - Tennis 05.28 / 16:51 thestar.com.my
    PARIS (Reuters) - Austrian sixth seed Dominic Thiem got his French Open campaign off to a quickfire start on Sunday, beating an out-of-sorts Bernard Tomic 6-4 6-0 6-2 as he embarked on a bid to go one round better than he did last…
  2. Makarova stuns Kerber, Puig beats Vinci in French Open First Round

    Thesportscampus.com - Tennis 05.28 / 14:55 thesportscampus.com
    World No.1 Angelique Kerber of Germany was knocked out of French Open tennis championships in round one following a 2-6, 2-6 loss to Russian Ekaterina Makarova on Sunday. Kerber, the first women's top seed to lose in the French Open's first round in the Open era, was also eliminated in the tennis tournament's round one last year. The German did not find herself as comfortable on the clay court as World No.40 Makarova, who broke her serve several times during the contest. Makarova is…
  3. Kvitova makes emotional winning comeback at French Open

    Thestar.com.my - Tennis 05.28 / 14:10 thestar.com.my
    PARIS (Reuters) - Victory was a bonus for Petra Kvitova as the Czech left-hander made an emotional return to the limelight at the French Open on Sunday, breezing into the second round in her first competitive match since a burglar stuck a knife through her playing…
  4. Kvitova wins opening match at French Open on her return to tennis

    Thesportscampus.com - Tennis 05.28 / 13:06 thesportscampus.com
    Czech tennis player Petra Kvitova advanced to the French Open second round on Sunday, winning her first match back on tour against American player Julia Boserup. The two-time Wimbledon champion won 6-3, 6-2 against Boserup in a match which lasted around an hour and 13 minutes. The 27-year-old had to undergo a four-hour operation to repair tendons and nerves in her left hand after sustaining knife wounds from an attacker at her home in Prostejov, Czech Republic, on December 20.…
  5. Wawrinka comes from behind to beat Zverev in Geneva final

    Thesportscampus.com - Tennis 05.28 / 11:24 thesportscampus.com
    Swiss top seed Stan Wawrinka successfully defended his Geneva Open tennis title with a 4-6, 6-3, 6-3 victory over Germany's Mischa Zverev. The 32-year-old world No.3 was on Saturday broken twice in the opening set but cleaned up his service games after that. The Swiss star put Zverev under constant pressure with his return game, creating a whopping 18 break points in the match and converting five of them to take the match -- and clinch this clay-court title -- in two hours and 20…
  6. Stosur downs Gavrilova in marathon Strasbourg final

    Thesportscampus.com - Tennis 05.28 / 11:24 thesportscampus.com
    Australia's Samantha Stosur won her first title in nearly two years with a 5-7, 6-4, 6-3 victory over countrywoman Daria Gavrilova in the final of the Internationaux de Strasbourg. The 24th-ranked Stosur on Saturday needed two hours and 45 minutes to clinch her ninth WTA title at this clay-court tournament. The world No. 25 jumped out to an early lead but Stosur dominated the latter stages of the match, winning the final two games without the loss of a point to preserve her status as…
  7. Tennis - Mladenovic among the favourites in Paris, says former coach

    Thestar.com.my - Tennis 05.28 / 09:35 thestar.com.my
    PARIS (Reuters) - Kristina Mladenovic's improved footwork gives her a real chance to become the first Frenchwoman in 17 years to win the singles title at Roland Garros, according to her former…
  8. French Open gets underway amid tight security on a hot day

    Thestar.com.my - Tennis 05.28 / 09:02 thestar.com.my
    PARIS (Reuters) - Roland Garros opened its gates for the main tournament of the French Open amid tight security on a searing hot Sunday with Petra Kvitova set to make her much-awaited return to competition five months after being stabbed during a…
  1. Motor racing - Dixon's eventful Indy includes pole, robbery and crash

    Thestar.com.my - Motorsport 05.28 / 18:43 thestar.com.my
    INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - Scott Dixon's Indy 500 ended in a spectacular crash on Sunday, capping a week of euphoric highs and frightening lows that also included an armed…
  2. Vettel leads Ferrari party as Raikkonen chafes

    Thestar.com.my - Motorsport 05.28 / 18:12 thestar.com.my
    MONACO (Reuters) - The body language on the podium spoke volumes after Ferrari, Formula One's most glamorous team, won the showcase Monaco Grand Prix for the first time in 16 years on…
  3. Vettel wins Monaco Grand Prix, Raikkonen takes second

    Thesportscampus.com - Motorsport 05.28 / 15:33 thesportscampus.com
    Ferrari claimed a rare one-two at the Monaco Grand Prix with their presumptive nominee for the Drivers' Championship Sebastian Vettel finishing ahead of his Finnish teammate Kimi Raikkonen. Vettel's win was his third of the season and his second at Monte Carlo, having won here last in 2011. Vettel's triumph was also the 44th of his career and his sixth with Ferrari. Furthermore, victory in Monaco opened up his lead over Mercedes' British driver Lewis Hamilton, who came in seventh place…
  4. Vettel ends Ferrari's long wait for Monaco victory

    Thestar.com.my - Motorsport 05.28 / 14:10 thestar.com.my
    MONACO (Reuters) - Sebastian Vettel extended his Formula One championship lead over Lewis Hamilton to 25 points on Sunday after becoming the first Ferrari driver since Michael Schumacher in 2001 to win the showcase Monaco Grand…
  5. Pirelli committed to F1 under Liberty

    Thestar.com.my - Motorsport 05.28 / 11:45 thestar.com.my
    MONACO (Reuters) - Pirelli is committed to Formula One but there are no plans to take a stake in the sport following Liberty Media's takeover, the tyre company's chief executive Marco Tronchetti Provera said on…
  6. Motor racing - McLaren a winner no matter the result

    Thestar.com.my - Motorsport 05.27 / 23:29 thestar.com.my
    INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - The McLaren Formula One team have not looked like world beaters this season but are nonetheless plotting global domination, contributing to almost every major motor racing win - including those by archrivals…
  7. F1 2017: Kimi Raikkonen snatches Monaco Grand Prix pole position

    Autox.in - Motorsport 05.27 / 22:36 autox.in
    Nine years is a long time to wait for anyone and for some, it is a time in the world that is markedly different than that of today. But for Formula 1 fans one thing has remained a constant;…
  8. 'Devastated' Hamilton seeks answers to tyre mystery

    Thestar.com.my - Motorsport 05.27 / 18:06 thestar.com.my
    MONACO (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton declared himself 'devastated' on Saturday after failing to qualify his Mercedes in the top half of the grid for the Monaco Grand…
  1. Super Swede Noren seals spectacular win at BMW PGA Championship

    Thesportscampus.com - Golf 05.28 / 18:54 thesportscampus.com
    Sweden’s Alex Noren fired a simply stunning final round of 62 to win the BMW PGA Championship by two shots as he ensured the European Tour’s new Rolex Series got off to a spectacular start. Noren eagled the final hole after a sublime 225 yards five iron approach shot to five feet to seal a quite brilliant display over Wentworth Club’s revamped West Course, taking full advantage of the immaculate new greens. The 34 year old, who also posted eight birdies in his ten under par round, had…
  2. Record 62 earns Noren title at Wentworth

    Thestar.com.my - Golf 05.28 / 16:51 thestar.com.my
    VIRGINIA WATER, England (Reuters) - A barnstorming 10-under-par 62 propelled Swede Alexander Noren to a course record as he romped to a come-from-behind victory in the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth on…
  3. Suri seals maiden success at Czech Challenge

    Thesportscampus.com - Golf 05.28 / 15:33 thesportscampus.com
    Julian Suri closed out a memorable victory at the D+D REAL Czech Challenge to record the first European Challenge Tour win of his career and regain the top spot in the Road to Oman Rankings. The American carried a three-shot lead into the final round at Golf & Spa Kunětická Hora but faltered early as playing partner Tapio Pulkkanen opened with two birdies before another one on the ninth meant the pair were level at the turn. However, the Floridian rediscovered the form of the first t…
  4. Larrazabal's 66 provides U.S. Open qualifying boost

    Thestar.com.my - Golf 05.28 / 14:43 thestar.com.my
    VIRGINIA WATER, England - Spain's Pablo Larrazabal was in seventh heaven after a swashbuckling closing round in the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth on Sunday put him in great heart for U.S. Open…
  5. Chan and KT Kim, Michael Hendry and Adam Bland earn places at 146th Open Championship

    Thesportscampus.com - Golf 05.28 / 10:51 thesportscampus.com
    Chan Kim of the United States, Michael Hendry of New Zealand, Adam Bland of Australia and KT Kim of South Korea have earned places in The 146th Open after qualifying at the Mizuno Open in Japan on Sunday. Chan Kim led the way to Royal Birkdale after capturing a five-shot victory at JFE Setonakai Golf Club in Okayama. The 27-year-old sealed his win with a birdie on the 72nd hole to deliver a final-round 68 (-4) and finish on 15-under-par. The victory capped a dream week for the…
  6. Vijay Singh hits a high note in search of first Senior Major

    Thesportscampus.com - Golf 05.28 / 04:28 thesportscampus.com
    Three time Major Champion Vijay Singh overhauled a two shot deficit to take a one stroke lead into the final round of the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship. Singh posted a third round score of 67, moving to 14 under par ahead of Bernhard Langer, who would become the first player in history to win all five Senior Major Championships with victory at Trump National Golf Club. The Fijian, two-time winner of the US PGA Championship and 2000 Masters Tournament Champion, is making just his…
  7. Shanshan Feng Holds 54-Hole Lead at LPGA Volvik Championship

    Thesportscampus.com - Golf 05.28 / 04:28 thesportscampus.com
    To have a chance on Sunday, Shanshan Feng needed a Saturday move up the leaderboard. She did exactly that. Saturday, the Olympic bronze medalist came from three-strokes back to take a one-stroke lead into the final round at the LPGA Volvik Championship at Travis Pointe Country Club. Feng carded a bogey-free, 66 to lead at 15-under par, one-stroke ahead of Lizette Salas and two-strokes ahead of Suzann Pettersen.  “I started the round a little slowly. I was only 1-under through eight ho…
  8. Golf - Flawless Feng leads LPGA event by one shot after 54 holes

    Thestar.com.my - Golf 05.28 / 02:10 thestar.com.my
    (The Sports Xchange) - Shanshan Feng of China started the third round three strokes out of the lead and ended Saturday's round on top by one shot at the LPGA Volvik Championship in Ann Arbor,…
  1. AIBA and AFBC launch 2017 Year of Africa

    Thesportscampus.com - Boxing 05.28 / 10:20 thesportscampus.com
    AIBA launches the 2017 AIBA Year of Africa on 16 March in South Africa, a continent-wide programme with a direct reach of more than 750,000 people across 12 regional Hubs through initiatives including the HeadsUp Truck, AIBA’s new GlovesUp gateway into boxing and 4,835 certified course places, set to initiate a 250% increase in the number of certified Coaches, R&Js and technical staff and herald in a new era in which African boxing can thrive. Conceived in collaboration with the African B…
  1. SA Rugby Sevens Academy bags Howard Hinton Sevens in France

    Thesportscampus.com - Regby 05.28 / 18:54 thesportscampus.com
    The SA Rugby Sevens Academy on Sunday won the Howard Hinton Sevens in Tours, France by defeating a New Zealand Select 22-7 in the final to round of a great week for SA Rugby’s sevens programme. Last Sunday, the Springbok Sevens team were crowned HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series champions and today the feeder system proved efficient as well, with the Academy side winning in Tours. SA Rugby Sevens Academy manager, Marius Schoeman, was pretty pleased with the performance and determination of h…
  2. Lionel Mapoe replaces injured Lukhanyo Am

    Thesportscampus.com - Regby 05.28 / 17:02 thesportscampus.com
    Lukhanyo Am, the Cell C Sharks centre, sustained a cheekbone fracture on Saturday against the DHL Stormers and will undergo surgery in the coming week, ruling him out of action for the Springboks’ Castle Lager Incoming Test Series against France. Am is replaced by Emirates Lions centre Lionel Mapoe, who is drafted from the SA ‘A’ side that was announced earlier in the week to face the French Barbarians in a two-match series. Am has been a stalwart in the midfield for the Durban side s…
  3. Super Rugby Round 14 Review: Rampant Emirates Lions triumph over Kings

    Thesportscampus.com - Regby 05.28 / 16:31 thesportscampus.com
    The Emirates Lions produced a clinical display to outplay the Southern Kings 54-10 in their Vodacom Super Rugby match on Sunday afternoon in Johannesburg, despite playing with 14 men for 50 minutes of the match. Hooker Robbie Coetzee was red-carded for foul play, meaning the red jerseys had to complete the match with just 14 players. However, this setback made no difference to the energetic Highveld side who dominated the breakdown and possession to beat the Kings by a comprehensive…
  4. DHL WP only undefeated team in SuperSport Rugby Challenge after five rounds

    Thesportscampus.com - Regby 05.28 / 15:33 thesportscampus.com
    Another bumper Rugby Festival edition, this time at Impala Rugby Club in Rustenburg, a first win in the competition for the Windhoek Draught Welwitschias and the flexing of muscles by DHL Western Province highlighted the SuperSport Rugby Challenge this weekend. The third Rugby Festival was held in Leopards country and although the home side were defeated 54-17 by Tafel Lager Griquas in a crucial Central Section clash, rugby was the big winner of the day. Earlier in the morning, local club…
  5. Aussie Women’s 7s through to Quarter Finals of Canada Sevens

    Thesportscampus.com - Regby 05.28 / 03:55 thesportscampus.com
    The Australian Women’s Sevens team has qualified for the Quarter Final stage of the Canada Sevens in Langford with victories over Spain and Ireland with a tough draw over Fiji making up the day. Australia’s undefeated effort means that the women in gold qualify in the top position of Pool C and will take on the USA in Quarter Final 2 at 3.52am AEST on Monday 29 May. A bright spark for Australia was debutant Cassie Staples who impressed with two tries in her first tournament of the HSB…
  6. Moerat relishes U20 Championship experience

    Thesportscampus.com - Regby 05.27 / 11:28 thesportscampus.com
    Salmaan Moerat said on Saturday he was relishing every moment of being part of the Junior Springbok squad for the World Rugby U20 Championship and he hoped that a solid team effort would contribute to a successful campaign for the SA U20s. The 19-year-old lock from Paarl, who captained the SA Schools team last season, hails from a rugby family with his father Nazim Moerat having represented the former SARU team in the 1980’s, while his great uncle Moutie Moerat and his brother in law, Esa …
  1. Champions Trophy Warm-up: Indian bowlers get a good work out in easy win against New Zealand

    Thesportscampus.com - Cricket 05.28 / 18:55 thesportscampus.com
    Combined efforts from batsmen and bowlers helped defending champions India beat New Zealand by 45 runs through the Duckworth-Lewis method in a rain-hit Champions Trophy warm-up match at the Kennington Oval on Sunday. Batting first, New Zealand were bowled out for 189 in 38.4 overs with opener Luke Ronchi (66) and lower order batsman James Neesham (46). For India, pacer Mohammed Shami and Bhuneshwar Kumar scalped three wickets each while spinner Ravindra Jadeja took two wickets. Star…
  2. David Miller:“It was disappointing not to go over the line at the end”

    Thesportscampus.com - Cricket 05.28 / 17:51 thesportscampus.com
    David Miller has described his heroics in the nail-biting two-run loss to England in the second One-Day International (ODI) at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton on Saturday as bittersweet. Miller top-scored with 71 off 51 balls to take the Proteas within sight of a challenging chase, but lamented the failure to take the team across the line after putting in the hard work to get so close to the winning target. Victory would have made Miller’s innings one of the most impactful of his 95-match O…
  3. ICC Champions Trophy 2017: India Beat New Zealand By 45 Runs Via D/L Method In Warm-Up Tie

    Sports.ndtv.com - Cricket 05.28 / 16:56 sports.ndtv.com
    The defending champions scored 129 for 3 in 26 overs in pursuit of 190 when rain stopped play. India needed to score 84 after 26 overs and were ahead of…
  4. Hashim Amla Inspires Umpire Aleem Dar To Grow His Beard

    Sports.ndtv.com - Cricket 05.28 / 16:56 sports.ndtv.com
    One of the most consistent and experienced umpires, Aleem has officiated in 111 Tests, 183 ODIs and 41…
  5. De Villiers 'pretty upset' with fresh ball-tampering row

    Sify.com - Cricket 05.28 / 13:29 sify.com
    South Africa skipper AB de Villiers has said that he was "pretty upset" with the umpires implying that his side was involved in ball-tampering during the second ODI of the three-match series against England which they lost by two runs at the Ageas Bowl. Full ScorecardDe Villiers became embroiled in a row with the standing umpires, Rob Bailey and Chris Gaffaney, after they queried the condition of the ball before the start of the 34th over in England's innings bowled by Keshav…
  6. ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Not Only Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni Too Gives Pep Talk To Players Ahead Of Warm-Up Tie vs New Zeal

    Sports.ndtv.com - Cricket 05.28 / 12:58 sports.ndtv.com
    Just before the warm-up match against New Zealand, the players stood in a huddle where not only Virat Kohli but MS Dhoni too addressed the team for the pep…
  7. Jonty Rhodes Posts Picture With Newborn Baby, Twitter Goes Gaga

    Sports.ndtv.com - Cricket 05.28 / 12:58 sports.ndtv.com
    Mumbai Indians fielding coach Jonty Rhodes posted a picture with his newborn son, Nathan Jon, on…
  8. Government Ready to Mediate in Australian Cricket's Pay Row

    Sports.ndtv.com - Cricket 05.28 / 09:39 sports.ndtv.com
    CA chairman David Peever has turned down the Australian Cricketers' Association's request for independent mediation and there are fears the stand-off could potentially lead to a players' boycott of the showpiece Ashes series later in the…