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Bhakti strikes gold at Asian Youth Chess

PANAJI: Four Goan chess players did India and Goa proud by winning four medals, including one gold, two silver and a bronze, at the Asian Youth Chess Championships held at Beijing, China.

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Santosh Trophy begins in Kolkata today

KOLKATA: Thirty-three states will vie for the 64th National Championship for Santosh Trophy which is set to kick off from July 15 at Kolkata.

Goa are the defending champions, while the host and record winners of Santosh, West Bengal are the runners of the last edition of the Santosh Trophy.

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Ponda Footballers in semis

PANAJI: Ponda Footballers beat Pilerm Footballers 2-0 to enter the semi-finals of 21st all-Goa St Annes Festival Soccer tournament, organised by Ponda Footballers played at Animal Husbandry grounds, Curti-Ponda.

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PVC Parra pip Sodiem Siolim

MAPUSA: PVC Parra registered a solitary goal win over Sodiem Siolim Sports Club, to move into the quarter-finals of Sarvajanik Ganesh Utsav Mandal Silver Jubilee Soccer, played at Mandrem grounds here today.

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Candolim trounce Arpora Sporting

MAPUSA: Candolim Sports Club trounced Arpora Sporting Club 3-0 to advance into the quarter-finals of Vagator Parish Youth Soccer 2010, played at Vagator grounds, on Wednesday.

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Joyless Woods relieved after media grilling

ST ANDREWS (SCOTLAND): The joyless look in Tiger Woods’ eyes said it all. It is one thing for the fallen hero to say he is trying to “become a better person” but convincing the media and public is another matter entirely.

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Siolim down Saligao, in quarter-finals

MAPUSA: Football Club Siolim registered an easy 2-0 win over Saligao Sporting Club to enter the quarter-finals of Vagator Parish Youth Soccer, played at Vagator grounds, on Tuesday.
The first session of play was dominated by Saligao, but it was their strikers who let the team down.

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St Rock edge Chinchinim

PANAJI: Chinchinim’s Jorex Fernandes’ hat-trick went in vain as St Rock Sports Club Majorda defeated Chinchinim Union 8-7 via the tie-breaker in the 16th Muriel Faleiro memorial rolling trophy football tournament at Nuvem grounds, on Tuesday.

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