England batsman Joe Root picked out under-pressure captain Alastair Cook for special praise as England closed in on an emphatic victory in the third test against India on Wednesday.31st July, 2014 @ 7:49 am | 130 reads
England need six wickets on the final day to win the third test against India after a superb bowling performance helped them reduce the tourists to 112-4, still 333 runs short of victory, at the end of day four at Southampton on Wednesday.31st July, 2014 @ 7:15 am | 137 reads
Steven Gerrard says the slip that arguably ended Liverpool’s title hopes and England being knocked out the World Cup in the group stages have contributed to what has been “probably the worst three months of my life”.30th July, 2014 @ 6:57 pm | 116 reads
German Sabine Lisicki fired the fastest serve ever recorded at a WTA event on Tuesday, unleashing a 210.8 kph (131 mph) bomb in her first round loss to Ana Ivanovic at the Stanford Classic.30th July, 2014 @ 6:47 pm | 112 reads
South Africa’s Jacques Kallis has surprisingly decided to call time on his international limited overs career six months before the World Cup.30th July, 2014 @ 6:43 pm | 197 reads
New Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has warned fans not to expect instant success, saying it will take three months for his players to get used to his style and methods.30th July, 2014 @ 6:36 pm | 122 reads
James Anderson and Stuart Broad each took three wickets to leave India in trouble on 323 for eight, 246 runs adrift of England, after the third day of the third test on Tuesday.30th July, 2014 @ 10:20 am | 186 reads
Lewis Hamilton made a mistake in Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix and it almost cost him dear.30th July, 2014 @ 10:10 am | 152 reads
It is seen as the ultimate macho sport, but for the 12 captains in Paris on Tuesday at the official launch of the women’s World Cup there is much more to rugby than a chance to break a few gender stereotypes.30th July, 2014 @ 10:06 am | 164 reads
Stuart Broad took two wickets as England tightened their grip on the third Test against India at Southampton on Tuesday.29th July, 2014 @ 6:44 pm | 166 reads
England’s Moeen Ali has been warned by world cricket chiefs not to wear wristbands declaring his support for the people of Gaza again during international matches.29th July, 2014 @ 6:32 pm | 255 reads
Malinga choose Indians over local team | 196 reads
Sturridge: We can plug Suarez gap as a team | 144 reads
Zaha gets a nod for United, Rafael sent home | 125 reads
Malinga wins bigger pay for team but likely to abandon them for CLT20 | 3032 reads
Plenty to talk about as F1 takes a break | 154 reads
Pietersen signs for Melbourne in Big Bash League | 91 reads
Bell recaptures form as England punish India | 161 reads
Van Gaal relishes task of emulating Ferguson at United | 118 reads
No doubting Ricciardo now, says Jones | 164 reads
Mercedes ready to put focus on driver duel | 154 reads
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Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews on Monday lavished praise on his ace spinners for nearly winning his team the second Test against South Africa with a lion-hearted effort.
Hashim Amla had big shoes to fill, literally and figuratively, when he took over the captaincy of the South African test team from Graeme Smith, but he has come through his first series in Sri Lanka having ticked all the right boxes.
Sri Lanka fell two-wickets short of a series-levelling win at the Sinhalese Sports Club grounds yesterday, as South Africa held on to draw the second test and return to the top of the ICC test rankings with a 1-0 series win.
Herath chokes South Africa with spin | 216 reads
Sri Lanka victory push held up by rain in Colombo | 193 reads
Proteas face ultimate Sri Lanka spin trio test | 267 reads
Sri Lanka’s Test debutant Dickwella fined | 176 reads
Perera gives Sri Lanka big lead despite Amla ton | 383 reads
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After winning her third shot put Commonwealth Games title to secure her 54th successive competition victory, double Olympic champion Valerie Adams revealed it was wearing the silver fern of New Zealand that keeps her pushing for more honours.
Stephanie McPherson needed the heart of a lion and every ounce of effort to lead a Jamaican clean sweep of the medals in the women’s 400 metres at the Commonwealth Games on Tuesday.
Benjamin Proud said he had surpassed his wildest dreams after landing a second win to guide England to a record-equalling gold tally as the swimming event ended in thrilling style at the Commonwealth Games on Tuesday.
Nigerian weightlifter in doping shock | 129 reads
Shield for Sri Lanka at Commonwealth Rugby Sevens | 262 reads
Young upstart spurs Van der Burgh to grab gold | 129 reads
Golden boy Bailey-Cole steps out of Bolt’s shadow | 168 reads
S. Africa end All Blacks sevens reign | 212 reads
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