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Taylor, Latham tons guide Kiwis home

Thursday, 19 October 2017

Visitors New Zealand defeat Board President’s XI in the second warm-up encounter on Diwali day

Visitors New Zealand defeat Board President’s XI in the second warm-up encounter on Diwali day

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It’s more of a mental switch for Latham

Thursday, 19 October 2017

Mumbai: Tom Latham, on Thursday walked in to bat when New Zealand were 73/3 in the 16th over when Board President’s XI’s spinners- Karn Sharma and Shabaz Nadeem were looking to take the game away from the visitors.

But then along with Ross Taylor, Latham swung the game in favour of Kiwis, as the duo shared a 166-run partnership for the fourth wicket.

The wicket-keeper batsman after the game spoke about his new role of batting in the middle order, having spent his almost entire career opening the innings.

Mumbai: Tom Latham, on Thursday walked in to bat when New Zealand were 73/3 in the 16th over when Board President’s XI’s spinners- Karn Sharma and Shabaz Nadeem were looking to take the game away from the visitors.

But then along with Ross Taylor, Latham swung the game in favour of Kiwis, as the duo shared a 166-run partnership for the fourth wicket.

The wicket-keeper batsman after the game spoke about his new role of batting in the middle order, having spent his almost entire career opening the innings.

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Ghana coach expects tough game vs Mali

Wednesday, 18 October 2017

Navi Mumbai: Ghana, who are considered one of the stronger teams in the on-going FIFA U-17 World Cup, saw off a challenge from another  African nation in form of Niger in the round of 16 here on Wednesday.

Ghana’s coach Samuel Fabin, expressed concerns over his side’s poor finishing but was satisfied with the 2-0 scoreline of the match.

Navi Mumbai: Ghana, who are considered one of the stronger teams in the on-going FIFA U-17 World Cup, saw off a challenge from another  African nation in form of Niger in the round of 16 here on Wednesday.

Ghana’s coach Samuel Fabin, expressed concerns over his side’s poor finishing but was satisfied with the 2-0 scoreline of the match.

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Ghana beats Niger 2-0; to play Mali in quarters

Wednesday, 18 October 2017

Navi Mumbai: 2017 Africa Cup of Nations runners-up, Ghana, defeated their African counter-part Niger 2-0 in their Round of 16 match at the DY  Patil Stadium here on Wednesday.

Skipper Eric Ayiah converted a penalty in the dying seconds of the first half, saw his another penalty saved by Niger goal-keeper Khaled Lawali in  the 86th minute. Richard Danso came off the bench to score a sublime goal in the 90th minute, as Ghana set up another high-octane clash with  Africa Cup of Nations winner, Mali, in the quarter-finals on Saturday in Guwahati.

Navi Mumbai: 2017 Africa Cup of Nations runners-up, Ghana, defeated their African counter-part Niger 2-0 in their Round of 16 match at the DY  Patil Stadium here on Wednesday.

Skipper Eric Ayiah converted a penalty in the dying seconds of the first half, saw his another penalty saved by Niger goal-keeper Khaled Lawali in  the 86th minute. Richard Danso came off the bench to score a sublime goal in the 90th minute, as Ghana set up another high-octane clash with  Africa Cup of Nations winner, Mali, in the quarter-finals on Saturday in Guwahati.

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Impressive Paraguay defeat Turkey 3-1

Friday, 13 October 2017

Paraguay looked like the team who would score first and score plenty as their every attacking move kept Ozer on his toes, while his counterpart Diego Huesca  was rarely called into action

Paraguay looked like the team who would score first and score plenty as their every attacking move kept Ozer on his toes, while his counterpart Diego Huesca  was rarely called into action

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For coach Ranko, every player is human first

Saturday, 7 October 2017

Pune: One feels the positive vibe as soon as you enter the hotel room of FC Pune City’s new head coach Ranko Popovic, as he answers the door with a smile on his face, welcoming you inside his room.

His smile, the spring in his feet and the vibe makes you feel that he has already made Pune his home, as the club gears up for the fourth edition of the Indian Super League (ISL).

Pune: One feels the positive vibe as soon as you enter the hotel room of FC Pune City’s new head coach Ranko Popovic, as he answers the door with a smile on his face, welcoming you inside his room.

His smile, the spring in his feet and the vibe makes you feel that he has already made Pune his home, as the club gears up for the fourth edition of the Indian Super League (ISL).

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A dream comes true for Omkar and Avdhoot

Monday, 2 October 2017

Pune-based duo to attend the prestigious rowing event Henley Royal Regatta

Pune-based duo to attend the prestigious rowing event Henley Royal Regatta

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Rajiv and Koyama: Student-trainer and teammates

Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Pune: What better way for a student to learn than from the teacher himself, who gave a masterclass dispaly on how to negotiate a racing track, which is technically challenging. The two races of the Asia Production 250cc class (AP250cc) at the Round 5 of the Asia Road Racing Championship (ARRC) over the weekend were the perfect example of it.

Koyama Tomoyoshi of Japan, who races for RAMA Honda and trains Rajiv Sethu as well, triumphed in Race 1 and finished second in Race 2 to show his pupil how to go about the business.

Pune: What better way for a student to learn than from the teacher himself, who gave a masterclass dispaly on how to negotiate a racing track, which is technically challenging. The two races of the Asia Production 250cc class (AP250cc) at the Round 5 of the Asia Road Racing Championship (ARRC) over the weekend were the perfect example of it.

Koyama Tomoyoshi of Japan, who races for RAMA Honda and trains Rajiv Sethu as well, triumphed in Race 1 and finished second in Race 2 to show his pupil how to go about the business.

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Team Honda bags another 2 podiums

Monday, 25 September 2017

Sriperembudur: If Saturday’s racing action in Round 5 of the Asia Road Racing Championship (ARRC) at the Madras Motor Race Track was coupled with scorching heat, Sunday’s action was coupled with light showers as the conditions became tricky to ride at the 3.74km circuit here.

It was another day of mixed results for team RAMA Honda as Koyama Tomoyoshi finished second in Asia Production 250cc class (AP250cc) while Indian rider Rajiv Sethu suffered a non-finish because of the collision.

Sriperembudur: If Saturday’s racing action in Round 5 of the Asia Road Racing Championship (ARRC) at the Madras Motor Race Track was coupled with scorching heat, Sunday’s action was coupled with light showers as the conditions became tricky to ride at the 3.74km circuit here.

It was another day of mixed results for team RAMA Honda as Koyama Tomoyoshi finished second in Asia Production 250cc class (AP250cc) while Indian rider Rajiv Sethu suffered a non-finish because of the collision.

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Mixed day for Sethu at MMRT

Sunday, 24 September 2017

Rajiv Sethu seals title in One Make Series, Indian riders falter in Asia Road Racing Championship

Rajiv Sethu seals title in One Make Series, Indian riders falter in Asia Road Racing Championship

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