India v England: Graeme Swann wants historic series win

December 12, 2012 8:52 am0 comments
India v England: Graeme Swann wants historic series win

FOURTH TEST: INDIA V ENGLAND Venue: Nagpur Date: 13-17 December Graeme Swann wants England to seal a Test series win in India for the first time in 27 years so that their ‘magnificent’ victories are not wasted. England have won the last two Tests to take a 2-1 lead going into the […]

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Rafael Nadal back from knee injury in Abu Dhabi event

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Rafael Nadal back from knee injury in Abu Dhabi event

Former world number one Rafael Nadal has confirmed he will return from knee trouble in the Mubadala Championship in Abu Dhabi from 27-29 December. Nadal has had a partial tear in his patella tendon and has not played a match since June when he lost to Czech Lukas Rosol in round […]

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IBSF World Championship: Asif clinches world snooker cr

December 2, 2012 11:42 pm0 comments
IBSF World Championship: Asif clinches world snooker cr

  By Natasha Raheel   KARACHI: Muhammad Asif became the second Pakistani cueist to win the IBSF World Snooker Championship in Sofia, Bulgaria, after overpowering England’s Gary Wilson 10-8 in a thrilling final on Sunday night. Muhammad Yousuf was the first Pakistani to clinch the world amateur crown in South Africa in […]

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Lorgat to help PCB stage Pakistan Premier League

November 17, 2012 9:06 pm0 comments
Lorgat to help PCB stage Pakistan Premier League

KARACHI: The former chief executive of the International Cricket Council (ICC), Haroon Lorgat, has said that Pakistan is ready for its own Twenty20 league, adding that he will be overlooking the process and providing assistance whenever needed. Speaking at a press conference the other day at the Gaddafi Stadium in […]

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Alastair Cook and Nick Compton forge century stand after England asked to follow-on

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Alastair Cook and Nick Compton forge century stand after England asked to follow-on

England made a solid start to their second innings, reaching 111-0 after being made to follow-on by India on the third day in Ahmedabad. Pragyan Ojha claimed 5-45 as the tourists were dismissed for 191 shortly before tea to concede a first-innings deficit of 330. Opening pair Alastair Cook and […]

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History of World Squash: 140 Years of Squash

November 9, 2012 10:29 pm0 comments
History of World Squash: 140 Years of Squash

The Legends: Courtesy – Pakistan Squash Federation   For over 1000 years man has invented and enjoyed a variety of games played by hitting a ball with either a closed fist – as in “fives” or “bunch of fingers” – or with some form of bat or racket. Around the […]

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