Friday , 19 October 2018


Goan players impress on day 1

NT NETWORK   PANAJI Goan chess players put up an impressive performance on the first day of Goa Chess Association’s 1st Goa International Open GM tournament at Dr Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Stadium, Bambolim, on Saturday. In round 1 of Category A Anurag Mhamal eased his way past WFM Bidhar Rutumbara. Meanwhile FIDE Master Ameya Audi beat AFM Choubey Saurabh to ... Read More »

Indian openers crush Lanka to win tri-series

NT NETWORK   PORVORIM India beat Sri Lanka by 10 wickets in the final of the Triangular International T20 Series for the blind, played at GCA Stadium Porvorim on Saturday. Indian captain Ajay Reddy won the toss and opted to bowl first. The captain justified his decision and got a wicket in the very first over of the match. The ... Read More »


UC Utorda pip UC Benaulim in tie-breaker UTORDA: United Club of Utorda beat United club of Benaulim in a tie-breaker 4-3 to move into quarters finals of 26th Lourdes festival all Goa inter village soccer organised by United Club of Utorda in association with Sports authority of Goa at SAG Ground Utorda. Utorda took a early lead through Flesban Ferraro ... Read More »

Green horns blank all Signals

NT NETWORK   DULER The new faces of Salgaocar FC took time to adjust. But when they did, they scored four and left the boys from Corps of Signals wondering which way the signal was blown during the Goa Football Association (GFA) Professional League at Duler stadium on Friday. Playing without most of their senior players, whose contracts were not ... Read More »

GCA was like home, a little bit warmer: Bradshaw

Disabilities are perceived differently world over and a change in perception is evident everywhere. Slowly, the lesser able is finding his space and cricket is playing a big role, discovers Sports Editor AUGUSTO RODRIGUES in conversation with NEIL BRADSHAW, Disability Cricket Operations Manager of England Q: What is you assessment of how lesser able people in England and India are ... Read More »

Chase-Holder defiance brings winds of change for Windies

PTI   HYDERABAD Indian spinners went off the boil in the final session as all-rounder Roston Chase hit a gutsy unbeaten 98 to take the West Indies to a respectable 295 for seven on the opening day of the second Test, here on Friday. Chase, who scored 137 to deny India a victory in a Test match in Jamaica back ... Read More »

UC Benaulim pull off stunner

NT NETWORK   Sarzora Despite being sized down to only ten players, Navelim Sporting Club stunned United Club of Benaulim 3-2 via the tie breaker to enter the quarterfinals of Our Lady of Assumpta Trophy football tournament played at Sarzora grounds on Friday. The teams played a goalless draw during the regulation time. Knowing well, any folly in the defence ... Read More »

Tabrez, Velron hat-tricks bag big win

NT NETWORK CRC Chinchinim outplayed CRSC Navelim registering a tennis score of 6-3 in their GFA U-16 league match on Friday. Tabrez Mannur opened the scoring for Chinchinim in the 17th minute but the joy was short-lived as Velon Rebello netted the equaliser in the 23rd minute. Chinchinim took the lead back again in the 32nd minute through Shario Gomes. ... Read More »

Chapora YS, Verem United register easy wins

NT NETWORK   CHAPORA A fine brace from Arun Niak saw Chapora Yuvak Sangh register a fluent 2-0 win over Peddem Bomm Sports Club, in the Goa Football Association Third Division League match played at Chapora ground, on Friday. Chapora scored in the 23rd minute through Yallappa Satyappage. The winners inflated the lead just before the breather through Arun who ... Read More »

Dempo SC start with flavour of youth and experience in 5-0 win over Bardez FC

NT NETWORK   DULER Dempo Sports Club started their Goa Professional League with a flavour of youth and experience, scoring a 5-0 win over newly christened Bardez FC – formerly known as FC Bardez – at Duler stadium on Thursday. Bardez FC, now being sponsored by Aldona MLA Glen Ticlo, were speedy but lacked cohesion in contrast to Dempo SC. ... Read More »