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Wednesday, May 12, 2004
12 rebels to sue ZCU
HARARE, MAY 11. Twelve white Zimbabwe cricketers are to sue the Zimbabwe Cricket Union (ZCU) after being sacked and will issue a writ in a few days time alleging breach of contract. The players' legal representative Chris Venturas confirmed ...
West Indies hindered by injuries: Lara
PORT-OF-SPAIN, MAY 11. West Indies cricket captain Brian Lara has blamed injuries to key players for his side's failure to perform this year. The West Indies lost a four-Test series in South Africa 3-0 in January, and conceded last month's ...
Drop Hussain: Botham
LONDON, MAY 11.England great Ian Botham, on Tuesday, called on the selectors to drop Nasser Hussain and bring in a new middle-order batsman. Botham is worried that with Hussain 36, Graham Thorpe 35 in August and Surrey team-mate Mark Butcher ...
The old place holds its memories
NEW YORK, MAY 11. Shhh. If you listen carefully, you can hear a young Billie Jean Moffitt berating herself on a back lawn. If you close your eyes, you can see a young Arthur Ashe carrying his own rackets through the narrow lanes. The decades ...
Pillay back in the scheme of things
NEW DELHI, MAY 11. Dhanraj Pillay is back in India's scheme of things in the preparation for the Olympic Games in Athens. Pillay and seasoned Baljeet Singh Dhillon have been made part of the nine-player key team that will undergo a special ...
Dayanand is HAL's hero
BANGALORE, MAY 11. Dayanand looked skywards, blew kisses to an exultant crowd and soon vanished under a pile of jubilant HAL players. The HAL captain had his reasons to celebrate he had just scored his team's match-winner. Dayanand's ...
Douglas issue solved amicably
KOLKATA, MAY 11. National Football League champion Kingfisher East Bengal exonerated its Brazilian midfielder, Douglas Da Silva, from a possible penalty as the player agreed to continue his services complying with the club's offers till the end ...
Schumacher, Sorenstam voted best
LISBON, MAY 11. Michael Schumacher's 2003 performance was so commanding that he had no real challenge when it came to the final vote of the Laureus World Sports Academy in choosing the `World Sportsman of the Year'. Swedish golfer Annika ...
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McGrath hopes to play best Zimbabwe team
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