Breaking News

Sports

Churchill Bros beat Bagan to retain IFA Shield

KOLKATA: Odafa Okolie successfully guided Churchill Brothers to retain the 115th IFA Shield with 2-1 result and ended Mohun Bagan’s dream run to retrace their first victory exactly 100 years ago.

Read More »

Paes-Bhupathi enter semi-finals

MIAMI: India’s Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi progressed while compatriot Rohan Bopanna and his Pakistani partner Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi faltered in the men’s doubles quarterfinal of the Sony Ericsson Open.

Read More »

Fergie plays down United treble chance

HARRISON: A mounting injury list is looming as the biggest threat to Manchester United’s chances of winning the treble this season, manager Alex Ferguson said on Tuesday.

Read More »

Sindhiya, Krupesh shine at Special Olympics

POINGUINNIM: Sindhiya Mhalshi and Krupesh Velip, the students of Lokvishwas Pratisthan’s Special School for Mentally Challenged Children of Canacona made the school proud by winning gold medals at the state level "Special Olympics", tournament, organised by Special Olympic Bharat, Goa branch recently.

Read More »

Nagoa make it to Lakhanpal finals

MAPUSA: Nagoa Sporting Club knocked out hosts Candolim Sports Club to march into the finals of the Lakhanpal Novino Gold Soccer with a narrow 1-0 win at Dr Gustavo Monteiro grounds, Candolim on Monday.

Read More »

LOCAL SPORTS SCAN

Goa Velha drub St Caitan

PANAJI: Goa Velha United beat St Caitan Merces 3-1 in the Villagers of Goa-Velha Super Soccer being played at Goa-Velha. Peter Lopes scored a brace in the first half to give Goa-Velha United a solid 2-0 cushion when the two teams went for a lemon break. After resumption Audut reduced the margin for St Caitan Merces however Praveen Naik chipped in with one more goal to make it 3-1 in Goa Velha’s favour.

Read More »

PAK GONE, LANKA NEXT

MOHALI: India vanquished Pakistan here on Wednesday night to storm into the final of the cricket World Cup in a high-voltage match watched by the Prime Ministers of the two countries and millions of passionate fans across the subcontinent.

Read More »

Sub-continent stands still for mother of all clashes

MOHALI: Billed as the ‘mother of all clashes’, bitter rivals India and Pakistan go into the high-voltage World Cup semi-final battle here on Wednesday in what promises to be an epic tussle of nerves and skills between two teams desperately seeking to regain the coveted trophy.

Read More »