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St Xavier’s lift men’s trophy

PANAJI: St Xavier’s College, Mapusa won the inter-college men’s football championships 2010-2011, defeating Fr Agnel College 5-1 in the finals.

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Churchill Bros, Chirag United gain full points

VASCO: Churchill Brothers Sports Club and Chirag United Sports Club collected full points, defeating Viva Kerala 4-0 and Sesa Football Academy 1-0, respectively in the 32nd Federation Cup 2010. Both the matches were played at Tilak Stadium in Vasco on Tuesday.

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Chapora, Arpora share spoils

MAPUSA: Chapora Yuvak Sangh and Arpora Sporting Club shared a point each in their GFA 3rd Division League match following a 2-2 draw at Chapora grounds, on Tuesday.

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Miracles emerge Sanguem football champs

PANAJI: Miracles High School, Sanguem scored a 2-1 win over Collem School to emerge as the Sanguem Taluka football champs in the tournament organised by the Directorate of Sports and Youth Affairs at Sanguem Taluka Sports Complex grounds.

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Nicol in World Open Squash semis

CAIRO: World number one Nicol David stayed on course for a record-equalling fifth women’s World Open squash title after crushing fellow Malaysian Low Wee Wern 11-2, 11-5, 11-2 to reach the semi-finals on Monday.

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Promote spirituality, meditation among sportspersons: CM

PANAJI: “Spirituality and meditation should be promoted as developmental programmes for sportspersons. Apart from providing infrastructure and training from the perspective of attaining physical fitness, players need coaching in areas of positive thinking and human values. Only then would we be able to achieve holistic excellence in any sports activity,”

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