PANAJI: Our Lady of Rosary Altar Servers, Fatorda emerged the winners of inter-Margao Deanery Altar Servers tournament and have qualified for the all Goa State Deanery wise Altar Servers soccer tournament to be held on April 18 at Saligao seminary grounds.Read More »
CHENNAI: Gautam Gambhir cracked an unbeaten 57 as Delhi Daredevils spanked Chennai Super Kings by six wickets in a low-scoring IPL match to virtually seal a semi-finals berth here Thursday night.Read More »
NEW DELHI: Top seed Saina Nehwal and Aditi Mutatkar surged into the quarter-finals of the women’s singles but it was curtains for India in the men’s singles after Parupalli Kashyap’s valiant effort ended in defeat at the Asian Badminton Championships here on Thursday.
TOKYO: Chinese Super League champions Beijing Guoan and Japan’s Kawasaki Frontale on Wednesday kept alive their hopes of reaching the AFC Champions League knock-out round.Read More »
PUNE: The English Football Association will conduct international refereeing and coaching courses from April 19, aimed at giving its participants a direct entry to England.Read More »
NEW DELHI: Sunil Chhetri made a disappointing debut for Kansas City Wizards as he failed to score and was shown a yellow card for a reckless tackle in his side’s 1-2 loss to Colorado Rapids in a US Open Cup qualifier in Kansas City, United States.Read More »
MAPUSA: Saligao Spor-ting Club registered a narrow 1-0 win over Betalbatim Sports Club in the inaugural match of 3rd Colormax-Imperial Rolling Trophy, organized by United Club Nerul and sponsored by Jaysingh L Rane, Pilerne, at Dr Gustavo Monteiro stadium, Candolim on Wednesday.Read More »
MAPUSA: Navelim Sporting Club huffed and puffed before registering a 6-5 win via sudden death, over Candolim Sports Club, to book their place in the finals of the Calangute Panchayat Cup, organised by Calangute Association, played at Poriat grounds, here on Wednesday.Read More »
PANAJI: Western Railway thrashed Sai, KSEB in straight sets 25-11,25-12,25-15 in the All India volleyball tournament for men and women, being organised by Wilred Leisure Sports Club Curtorim at St Alex Church grounds, Curtorim on Tuesday. JB Shibi, Anitta were unstoppable for Western Railways while Tiji Raju and Prajesh M K excelled for Sai KSEB.Read More »
PANAJI: Standrik Colaso scored
eight points from as many rounds to win the state chess championships, with one round to spare on Wednesday. In the 7th round, Standrik defeated PM Kantak and scalped Umang Kaisary in the 8th round to remain undefeated.