Tuesday, March 01, 2011
BANGALORE - The England-Ireland cricket World Cup clash here Wednesday may not be as hyped as Sunday's India-England tie, yet the Chinnaswamy stadium is expected to have a good turnout.
COLOMBO - The Australian cricket team Tuesday rubbished media reports that the International Cricket Council (ICC) was investigating their opening World Cup match against Zimbabwe on potential spot-fixing.
BANGALORE - England middle-order bat Ian Bell has hailed his team's ability to reach India's imposing total of 338 in a Sunday night epic.
COLOMBO - A furious Australian camp has slammed rumours that they dabbled in spot-fixing.
NEW YORK (GaeaTimes.com) -- AS Roma are considering a January loan swoop for Manchester City goalkeeper Shay Given.
NEW YORK (GaeaTimes.com) -- Austria's Davis Cup tie with France will be staged in an airport hangar in Vienna.
NEW YORK (GaeaTimes.com) -- The famous brand Procter and Gamble's Gillette will terminate its endorsement deal with golfer Tiger Woods.
NEW YORK (GaeaTimes.com) -- Lotus Renault team has welcome Vityl Petrov to its team as their new driver for two seasons.
NEW YORK (GaeaTimes.com) -- The European Ryder Cup team have been awarded with the title of BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards in Birmingham.
LONDON - England football star Ashley Cole was apparently spotted enjoying a wild night out surrounded by gorgeous blonde women just days after he shot a student.
LONDON - The Wigan owner has said that the Football Association is scared of Manchester United after ace striker Wayne Rooney escaped punishment despite TV footage clearly showed him assaulting midfielder James McCarthy.
NEW DELHI - With not much policing to do, Delhi Police officials manning the Ferzoeshah Kotla took turns to enjoy the West Indies-Netherlands World Cup match in a rather innovative way here Monday.
LONDON - Former boxing champ Mike Tyson was seen playing the role of a vocal coach to a look-alike of former US President George Bush in a spoof version of 'The King's Speech'.
COLOMBO - Scoreboard of Kenya's innings against Sri Lanka in their World Group A match here Tuesday: Kenya: Maurice Ouma lbw b Kulasekara 1 Seren Waters lbw b Malinga 3 Collins Obuya b Malinga 52 David Obuya c Samaraweera b Muralitharan 51 Steve Tikolo c Dilshan b Mathews 7 Tanmay Mishra lbw b Malinga 0 Jimmy Kamande run out (Silva) 1 Nehemiah Odhiambo not out 8 Peter Ongondo b Malinga 0 Shem Ngoche b Malinga 0 Elijah Otieno b Malinga 0 Extras: (b-1, lb-6, w-9, nb-3) 19 Total: (all out in 43.4 overs) 142 Fall of wickets: 1-4 (Ouma, 1.2 overs), 2-8 (Waters, 2.1), 3-102 (CO Obuya, 31.4), 4-120 (Tikolo, 36.2), 5-127 (DO Obuya, 40.1), 6-128 (Kamande, 41.1), 7-137 (Mishra, 41.6), 8-137 (Ongondo, 43.1), 9-137 (Ngoche, 43.2), 10-142 (Otieno, 43.4) Bowling: Lasith Malinga 7.4-0-38-6 Nuwan Kulasekara 9-1-18-1 Angelo Mathews 7-0-20-1 Ajantha Mendis 9-2-23-0 Muttiah Muralitharan 8-0-24-1 Chamara Silva 3-0-12-0 Toss: Kenya, who chose to bat Umpires: Tony Hill (New Zealand)and Shavir Tarapore (India) TV umpire: Ian Gould (England) Match referee: Chris Broad (England)
COLOMBO - Lasith Malinga took a hattrick in his six wicket haul as Sri Lanka bowled out Kenya for 142 in 43.4 overs in their World Cup Group A match here Tuesday.
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