PANAJI: The opposition Bharatiya Janata Party on Friday grilled the Minister for Sports, Mr Manohar Azgaokar for dismally failing to raise any infrastructure for the National Games, which were to be held in Goa this year, and now postponed to 2014.Read More »
PANAJI: A highly disciplined Salgaocar Sports Club Under 14 team thrashed Dabolim SC 23-0 to break a GFA record in U-14 league on Friday.
It was a one-sided affair as Salgaocar juniors pumped one goal after another. The previous record was in the name of Vasco Sports Club which defeated Dabolim SC 18-0 few weeks back.
PANAJI: Dhempe College and V M Salgaoncar College won their first round matches against Goa College of Pharmacy and SV’s S Caculo College respectively in the on-going inter-college cricket championships. Dhempe College beat Goa College of Pharmacy by 59 runs.Read More »
VASCO: Mother of Mercy, Vaddem and Navy Children School, Dabolim defeated Mata Secondary School, Baina and Vaddem Nagar High School, New Vaddem, respectively in the President Shield Cricket tournament, organised by Chowgule Education Society’s, St Joseph Institute, Vasco and played at SAG grounds, Chicalim on Thursday.Read More »
POINGUINNIM :Seven students from Government High School, Sadolxem and two students from St Anne’s Institute Agonda, Canacona participated in the 56th Junior National Ball Badminton Championships for boys and girls held at St Joseph’s College of Engineering, Shollinganallur, Chennai (Tamil Nadu), recently.Read More »
PANAJI: The following players and officials will represent Goa at the South Zone K S Subbaih Pillai Trophy cricket from February 10-18 at Kozhikode, Kerala.Read More »
KANNUR: Viva Kerala’s misery in the I-League 2010-11 continued as the home team was beaten 2-0 by the reigning league champions Dempo SC in a round 13 match at Jawahar Municipal Stadium, here on Thursday.Read More »
KOLHAPUR: In an entertaining round 13 encounter, Air India and Salgaocar Sports Club dished out a 1-1 draw played at Sahu Maharaj grounds at Kolhapur on Thursday.Read More »
NEW DELHI: Squash player Dipika Pallikal has climbed to 24 in the world rankings to become the highest-ranked Indian women in the sport.
Dipika equalled former player Misha Grewal’s feat last month by reaching the 27th position.