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Chirag hold HAL, PFC down ONGC

BANGALORE: Chirag United failed to convert their chances and were held to a 1-1 draw by Hindustan Aeronautics in the I-League match played at Sri Kanteerava Stadium here on Sunday.

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Stoke, Man U make semis

LONDON: Danny Higginbotham scored the second-half winner as Stoke beat West Ham 2-1 on Sunday to set up a semi-final match against Bolton in the FA Cup.

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Churchill Bros keep winning momentum

KANNUR: In a match that saw no less than three players leaving the ground due to injuries, Churchill Brothers edged past Viva Kerala 1-0, thanks to a second half strike from their Liberian forward Boima Karpeh, at Jawahar stadium here on Sunday.

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Dempo bundle out Salgaocar for 196

PANAJI: Opening day of the three-day Goa Premier League match between Dempo Sports Club and Salgaocar Sports Club, played at Bits Pilani ground clearly belonged to Dempo bowlers as they bundled out Salgaocar for a paltry score of 196.

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Saligao thump Laxmi Prasad 2-0

MAPUSA: Saligao Sporting Club lit up the game in the final moments as they wrapped up full points following their 2-0 win over Laxmi Prasad Sports Club, Mapusa in the GFA’s 2nd Div League played at Duler grounds, on Saturday.

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Women’s sports festival held at Sattari

VALPOI: Sports Authority of Goa (SAG) organised 7th Sattari taluka women’s sports festival at forest training ground, Valpoi recently.
Speaker of Goa Legislative Assembly, Mr Pratapsingh Rane was the chief guest for the closing ceremony.

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PWD beat DHS

PANAJI: Public Works Department beat Directorate of Health Services by 30 runs to reach the finals of the State Level Civil Services cricket tournament 2010-2011 organised by the Directorate of Sports and Youth Affairs at the Chicalim Sports Complex.

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MES HSS cricket champs

POINGUINNIM: MES Higher Secondary, Zuarinagar, Vasco emerged champions as they defeated Purshottam Walawlikar  Higher Secondary by 7 runs in a closely fought finals of the cricket tournament organised by Department of Sports and Youth Affairs.

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Houghton didn’t use racial remarks, players tell Patel

NEW DELHI: National football players, led by captain Baichung Bhutia, have backed chief coach Bob Houghton, who is facing allegations of racially abusing an Indian referee during an international friendly in Pune last September.

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Lee sends Bolton into FA Cup semis

LONDON: Bolton Wanderers ended Birmingham City’s dream of an FA and League Cup double when South Korean Lee Chung-yong headed home in the 90th minute to secure a 3-2 FA Cup quarter-final win on Saturday.

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