BCCI sends formal request
Bangar may be in XIV
Reverse-swing could be my forte: Darren Gough
CAB no to England plea for change
Bagan back to winning ways
Must-win match for Tollygunge
Humpy now 3rd among world women
Calcutta Racing/ Acceptor upstages Soviet Ride
Bangalore Racing/ Easy for Milan
Mumbai Racing/ Sonalika for Scindia Trophy

Calcutta, Jan. 12: 
The BCCI has formally asked the ICC to reconstitute the Referees’ Commission. In a letter addressed to the ICC today, its stand was made clear by president Jagmohan Dalmiya.

The letter is in response to the ICC informing Dalmiya that the Commission would comprise Justice A.L. Sachs of South Africa, former Pakistan captain Majid Khan and former Australian vice-captain Andrew Hilditch.

As the Commission was to be set up in “consultation” with the BCCI, the Indian body had suggested several names including Sir Gary Sobers, Clive Lloyd, Geoffrey Boycott, Zaheer Abbas, Ian Chappell and former English umpire Dickie Bird. Richie Benaud and Imran Khan too.

The ICC, however, has not heeded the BCCI’s suggestions and only claimed to have interacted with Benaud and Imran.

“It appears that the Law Lexicon and the dictionary meanings of the word ‘consultation’ have taken centre stage, instead of the proper spirit of the term,” was how Dalmiya described the actions of the ICC today.

In his letter to Dalmiya yesterday, ICC president Malcolm Gray wrote: “As you are aware you objected to all three of the people and we then asked you to reconsider your position. I am now in the position that for the sake of cricket and the ICC I am left with no option but to go ahead with the appointment… and am writing to inform you… Malcolm Speed will be in contact with the BCCI with information as to the workings of the Commission and the dates it will operate.”

Dalmiya maintained, “we have nothing against the three that have been appointed. I don’t wish to show disrespect to anybody. In fact they are all highly respectable gentlemen. It was disappointing, however, that the ICC did not have much concern about the Indian suggestions. They just told us that the “consultation” part is over and we have informed you.”

The ICC, though, has provided with reasons as to why two names suggested by the BCCI had been rejected. For instance, Benaud had been willing but there were problems with adjustment of time.

“I don’t understand that if Benaud is willing, then what is the hurry. The time can always be adjusted,” Dalmiya said. The other — Imran — was supposed to have conveyed his unavailability. Imran, however (as reported by The Telegraph) was not contacted by the ICC.

“If there is no change possible in the Commission, why did they even ask Benaud. I am confused and I have asked for a clarification,” Dalmiya argued.

Clearly, with Benaud available at a convenient time and Imran’s stand not clear at all, the BCCI is firm that the ICC reconstitute the Commission.

It won’t be a surprise if the BCCI has to think of options.


Calcutta, Jan. 12: 
Allrounder Sanjay Bangar, capped in last month’s Mohali Test, seems set for his first India call-up in ODIs. And, tipped for a comeback are Hemang Badani and Dinesh Mongia.

All three, then, should feature in the XIV for the first three ODIs against England — at the Eden (January 19), Cuttack (January 22) and Chennai (January 25).

The national selectors, with former India captain Chandu Borde in the chair, will pick the squad in Bangalore tomorrow evening.

The most time-consuming debate should, predictably, centre around the sole wicketkeeper’s slot. Deep Dasgupta is under choking pressure — dropped catches in the on-going Challenger haven’t helped — but young Ajay Ratra isn’t the only one with a chance.

Indeed, according to The Telegraph’s sources, Pankaj Dharmani is a “strong contender.” Dharmani, it may be recalled, toured South Africa under Sachin Tendulkar in 1996-97.

Dharmani, however, then went as a batsman-wicketkeeper, as the specialist ‘keepers were Nayan Mongia and Syed Saba Karim.

Incidentally, the 27-year-old has just played one ODI — versus South Africa, in Jaipur, over five years ago.

The seam bowlers’ line-up is also expected to trigger a debate.

Assuming that Bangar is counted as the fourth seamer, the first two slots will go to Jawagal Srinath and Ajit Agarkar. Slot No.3, though, is far from decided and in contention are Zaheer Khan, Ashish Nehra and Tinu Yohannan. “It could be real close,” remarked a well-placed source. Thus far, Yohannan hasn’t been fielded in ODIs.

Despite being a regular in ODIs, Yuvraj Singh’s selection isn’t assured. It appears he will make the cut only if Sarandeep Singh isn’t included as the third spinner, after Anil Kumble and Harbhajan Singh.

Sarandeep, by the way, hasn’t been capped in ODIs. At the moment, he isn’t short on support.

Till this evening, the absolute certainties (besides captain Sourav Ganguly) were: Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag, V.V.S.Laxman, Kumble, Harbhajan, Agarkar and Srinath.

Badani, Mongia and Bangar stood as near-certainties, with Sarandeep reasonably well-placed.

The squad assembles here by January 16 morning.


Calcutta, Jan. 12: 
He picks out a batsman in every match and tries his hardest to get him out. And he “doesn’t give the name away like Glenn McGrath does”. Having opted out of the Test series against India earlier, Darren Gough is back for the one-dayers, back with a purpose.

“It was unfortunate that I missed the Test series, but Darren Gough needed rest,” he said after practice at the CC&FC today. “But I have played well in Pakistan and Sri Lanka where the pitches are quite similar, so I would say I didn’t really miss much.”

The few weeks’ rest has done him good. “I am glad I spent some time at home. Today I feel fresh and am glad to be back into international fray,” Gough added.

Echoing most of the teams in the cricket world, Gough’s biggest challenge is to beat India in India. “India has a top quality one-day side and Sachin Tendulkar is the best player in the world, and though I haven’t bowled to him in Tests yet, I hope the chance will come this summer in England.”

His formula is to bowl with aggression with the new ball and get back later with reverse swing. “The sub-continent pitches are conducive to reverse-swing and I am looking forward to it as a challenge.”

Gough’s only one-day match in India has been in Ahmedabad against New Zealand, which they lost.

Aggression is his key, but where should the line be drawn? “There cannot be a line. Rules make the line. Every Match Referee has a different viewpoint and it works like that. But I guess it’s the wrong question to ask me. I have never crossed the line and never been in the Referees’ office. Hopefully I won’t ever.”

Gough’s opening partner Andrew Caddick is also back in the side. Caddick had withdrawn from the Test series because of security reasons. Both bowling in tandem would be the ideal boost England need in the tough series ahead. “We have done really well together and our partnership will go a long way yet. I would say good luck India when you visit us next summer.”

With the top duo opting out, young Matthew Hoggard and Andrew Flintoff caused considerable damage to the Indian batting order. Instead of looking at this fact with apprehension, Gough says he is happy. “We are getting old and it’s good that the young players are putting up a competition. I love a challenge and it’s good for me,” he says.

Has the duo posed any challenge to his place in the squad? “You just have to look into the record books and then decide. All I’ll do is to bowl to my best ability in the next week. If I am picked then good and if I am not, I would be trying my best to get back into the side.” The chances of Gough not being picked seems far-fetched, though. Incidentally, Gough is the leading wicket-taker in one-dayers for England.

Closing in on Alec Bedser with 236 wickets in Test matches (currently listed sixth), Gough’s next challenge is to get to 250 and if he can get to 300 he’ll be a happy man.

A keen supporter of Tottenham Hotspur, Gough’s key is a lot of hard work and determination. “The main thing, though is to play with a smile. If you don’t have that you can’t win.”

Play with a smile he may, but a smile is hardly on his mind when he comes tearing in at the opponent batsmen.


Calcutta, Jan. 12: 
The England cricketers’ plea to change their practice venue to the Eden instead of the CC&FC has today been turned down. The visitors had complaints with facilities at CC&FC prior to Saturday’s one-day International.

An England team spokesman said the players were not satisfied with the pitch at nets, forcing them to use the faster bowlers sparingly today.

While the spokesman hinted that tomorrow’s practice session might be held at the Eden, CAB officials reiterated that according to the Englishmen’s training schedule chalked out by the BCCI, the touring team must make do with the CC&FC till Tuesday.

“We can’t let them train at the match venue until the ground and other arrangements are ready. They can train here only from Tuesday,” CAB joint-secretary Bablu Kolay said.

M.J.Z. Mowla, the CC&FC president, said his club was unaware of the Englishmen’s displeasure, and “neither has the club been informed of any change in schedule. Their kits are at the club and tomorrow’s practice session is on schedule.”

The side-show

Meanwhile, the CAB is unlikely to field a full-strength Bengal team for Thursday’s practice game against England at CC&FC. Captain Rohan Gavaskar, wicketkeeper Deep Dasgupta and other senior players are likely to sit out. “It’s likely to be a junior side, with maybe the odd face from the senior team,” said an official.


Calcutta, Jan 12: 
Mohun Bagan 2

Mohun Bagan returned to winning ways in the National League after nearly a month, at the same venue where their last victory came, against East Bengal on December 16.

The 2-0 win over JCT at Salt Lake Stadium came after three draws and a defeat and accorded them the status of co-leaders along with Mahindra United, Salgaocar, Vasco and Churchill Brothers. All teams have 12 points from seven matches. Former champions JCT are right at the bottom with two points from seven.

There was little doubt over the likely winners once Mohun Bagan weathered the early charge of the men from Punjab and the issue became more or less settled when Abdulateef Seriki booted in an opportunistic goal in the 39th minute. Basudeb Mondal then scored one in the 66th that pleased the eye.

Before and after the two, the home favourites wasted several chances and their domination was complete even with Jose Ramirez Barreto having a rare bad day. Barreto did set up one on the platter for Rennedy Singh in the first half but his only other significant touch on the ball was an ill-directed right-footer inside the rival box, which missed the mark by miles.

However, JCT never quite looked like they could take advantage of the off-colour Brazilian ball-charmer. They did attack frequently down the wings in the first 20 minutes or so but none of them seriously tested the defence or goalkeeper, barring a snap shot by Hardip Gill in the 21st minute. It was a rising right-footer from an acute angle, tipped over by goalkeeper Rajat Ghosh Dastidar.

Mohun Bagan took the lead when Rishi Kapoor banged a strong left-footer towards the goal following a short free-kick by Mondal. JCT ‘keeper Arvind Kumar could only parry the shot taken from 25 yards and Seriki picked up the rebound before slotting in.

They should have taken the lead in the 34th minute when Rennedy failed to connect properly a left-footer after being fed by Barreto. Minutes later, he missed an even easier chance, this time miscuing a right-footer. He was just outside the six-yard box and had only the ‘keeper to beat on both occasions.

Mohun Bagan’s dominance was more prominent in the second half and apart from the goal by Mondal, James hit the upright once, while Barreto missed the chance that is considered easy by his standards.

Barreto, however, had a small role to play in the second goal. Mondal received a pass from the Brazilian almost near the JCT halfline and facing no challenge, moved a couple of steps forward. He looked up for a second to mark his spot and unleashed a 25-yard right-footer on the run, which beat the goalkeeper to the far post.

Mohun Bagan felt they were denied a penalty in the 12th minute when Bhabani Mohanty’s powerful, goal-bound shot hit defender Balkar Singh’s arm inside the box but referee B.K. Singh used his discretion to rule that the ball was not intentionally handled and allowed play to carry on.

A member of the National League winning sides from JCT and Mohun Bagan, Stephen Abarowei turned out for the Punjab team but appeared to have become just a shadow of his glory days. The strong runs down the right were not seen and he spent 90 minutes loitering mostly in the middle. He did come alive towards the end but the two shots he tried from the top of the box were easily collected by the ‘keeper.


MOHUN BAGAN: Rajat Ghosh Dastidar; Dulal Biswas, Amauri da Silva, Debjit Ghosh, Rishi Kapoor; Abdul Saliu, James Singh (R.C. Prakash 85), Bhabani Mohanty (Basudeb Mondal, 24), Rennedy Singh (R.P. Singh, 57); Abdulateef Seriki, Jose Ramirez Barreto.

JCT: Arvind Kumar; Ranjit Singh, Balkar Singh, Pawan Kumar, Taranjit Singh; Hardip Saini, Harinder Singh (Jaspreet Singh, 76), Ram Pal, Hardip Sangha; Stephen Abarowei, Hardip Gill.

Referee: B.K. Singh (Bihar).


Calcutta, Jan. 12: 
Two teams in desperate need to win face off in tomorrow’s National League seventh-round tie at the Salt Lake Stadium. Three points are all that Tollygunge Agragami and Punjab Police have collected so far, and tomorrow’s losers will surely move to the zone of uncertainty.

At home, Tollygunge start with a slender advantage, and the likely return of midfielders Sandip Das and Mehtaab Hussain (back from office commitments) will help.

However, there is trouble in the deep, key defender Partha Sarathi Dey being ruled out for the season. Coach Amal Dutta is struggling to find a replacement and that will be his biggest concern tomorrow.

League debutants Punjab Police did little of note in the beginning, suffering five consecutive defeats before pulling off a surprise 1-0 win over Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) at home.

Tomorrow, however, will be a tough test for the men from Punjab, considering the man in charge of the local team, Amal Dutta, has upset equations in the past.

League fixtures

The National League was supposed to go for a break following today’s set of matches keeping in mind the SAFF Cup. However, with that meet in Dhaka likely to be called off, efforts are on to squeeze in some more matches.

“There is no word on the SAFF Cup for which we had stopped the League after the seventh round. But with the meet unlikely to start on schedule, we can’t wait. We want to finish till the tenth round by January 31,” a PTI report from Margao quoted AIFF secretary Alberto Colaco as saying.

The AIFF has sought the IFA’s consent in slotting eight more matches in the city this month. The IFA, however, has not yet given the green signal. According to a senior official, that will be done only after consulting the police. Letters to those concerned were despatched today.


Calcutta, Jan. 12: 
Following a string of impressive performances, Koneru Humpy has jumped to world No. 3 among women, according to the Elo ratings list released by Fide this month.

Humpy, the junior girls’ world champion, was ranked 14th in the previous list published in October. The latest list shows her with 2539 points, behind Hungarian ‘superwoman’ Judit Polgar (2677) and former world women’s champion Xie Jun (2562) of China. The Indian youngster has gained 55 rating points since October.

It has not been as good for other Indians with Viswanathan Anand slipping to 2757. The former world champion was hoping to become the third man in history to touch 2800 when he reached 2797 in August. Since then, however, it’s been steady decline.

The only good news for Anand is that he retains his third place in world rankings, behind Garri Kasparov (2838) and Vladimir Kramnik (2809). There is no other Indian in the men’s top 100.

World championship finalist Ruslan Ponomariov is the biggest gainer among top men players. The 18-year-old Ukrainian has gained 43 points to jump to 2727. He is seventh in the world. His compatriot and the other contender for the world title, Vassily Ivanchuk is eighth at 2717.

Among other Indian men, P. Harikrishna has crawled up to 2525 with an addition of 23 points. Dibyendu Barua has lost six to come down to 2515, while Krishnan Sasikiran stayed on 2569.

Youngsters Tejas Bakre (2477) and Sandipan Chanda (2452) have made good progress, gaining 31 and 48 points, respectively. Chanda has made up for some lost ground by doing well in a few international events in Germany.

Most astonishing has been the rise of Humpy. The Andhra Pradesh girl, who will complete 15 in March, has been rewarded for some consistent showing on the European circuit.

Having moved up to 2539, she has become the third among all Indians — men and women. With two men’s GM norms and the WGM title already under her belt, she is now vying to become the first-ever Indian woman to claim the men’s GM title.

Those below Humpy on the Fide list include reigning women’s world champion Zhu Chen (2505) and the legendary Georgian Maia Chiburdanidze (2516).

Among other Indian women, S. Vijayalakshmi has slipped a bit from 2405 to 2399 but still retains her 45th place in the world. Swati Ghate (2362) and Aarthie Ramaswamy (2320) have gained 20 and 19 points, respectively.


MEN: 1. Garri Kasparov (Rus, 2838). 2. Vladimir Kramnik (Rus, 2809). 3. Viswanathan Anand (Ind, 2757). 4. Michael Adams (Eng, 2742). 5. Alexander Morozevich (Rus, 2742). 6. Veselin Topalov (Bul, 2739). 7. Ruslan Ponomatiov (Ukr, 2727). 8. Vassily Ivanchuk (Ukr, 2717). 9. Alexei Shirov (Spa, 2715). 10. Peter Leko (Hun, 2713).

WOMEN: 1. Judit Polgar (Hun, 2677). 2. Xie Jun (Chn, 2562). 3. Koneru Humpy (Ind, 2539). 4. Maia Chiburdanidze (Geo, 2516). 5. Alisa Galliamnova (Rus, 2514). 6. Pia Cramling (Swe, 2508). 7. Zhu Chen (Chn, 2505). 8. Wang Lei (Chn, 2499). 9. Almira Skripchenko Lautier (Fra, 2498), 10. Nana Ioseliani (Geo, 2491).


1. V. Anand (2757). 2. K. Sasikiran (2569). 3. Koneru Humpy (2539). 4. P. Harikrishna (2525). 5. Dibyendu Barua (2515). 6. Surya Sekhar Ganguly (2498). 7. R.B. Ramesh (2480). 8. Abhijit Kunte (2479). 9. Tejas Bakre (2477). 10. D.V. Prasad (2465).


Calcutta, Jan. 12: 
Ridden by Cristopher Alford, the Darius Byramji-trained Acceptor relished the seven-furlong trip more than his main rival Soviet Ride to have an easy measure of the Daniel David trainee in the Police Commissioner’s Cup today. Although the two horses had an even chance of winning midway up the straight, the Daniel-ward found the last 200m to be taxing despite the best efforts of J. Abraham who’s handling of Pearl Dragon in the Philanthropist Cup, however, left much to be desired. Stable-mate Scarlet Raider won the race.


1. Little Bob Handicap 1,200m: (4-6-1-7) Blushing Brave (Kujur) 1; Kyalami (Brij S.) 2; Lady Shirley (A. P. Singh) 3; Don Vittorio (Shanker) 4. Won by: Nk; SH; 1-3/4; (1-15.9). Tote: Win Rs 35; Place: 15; 16; 26; Quinella: 107; Tanala: 935. Fav: Don Vittorio (7). Winner trained by D. Karki.

2. Quincy Handicap 1,100m: (2-8-3-6) Anokato (Abraham) 1; Abridge (C. Alford) 2; Affliction (Surender) 3; Starina (Tamang) 4. Won by: 3/4; NK; 1-3/4; (1-6.7). Tote: Win Rs 57; Place: 17; 12; 33; Quinella: 29; Tanala: 760. Fav Abridge (8). Winner trained by Daniel D.

3. Amrit Bhushan Gujral Memorial Cup 1,100m: (3-2-1) Calabash (C. Alford) 1; Simply Monarch (Abraham) 2; Star Wings (Bird) 3. Not run: April Ace (4). Won by: 1-3/4; 5-3/4; (1-7.3). Tote: Win Rs 12; Place: 10; 11; Quinella: 10. Fav: Calabash (3). Winner trained by Mujeeb R.

4. Bahrain Trophy 1,600m: (5-9-6-8) Allaying (Shanker) 1; Peace Envoy (Abraham) 2; Soviet Port (Rabani) 3; Actress (C. Alford) 4. Won by: SH; Hd; 2-1/4; (1-40.3). Tote: Win Rs 68; Place: 21; 24; 16; Quinella: 310; Tanala: 2,381. Fav: Si Senora (7). Winner trained by Bharath S.

5. Pilot Handicap, Div-I 1,200m: (2-5-7-8) Abashed (C. Alford) 1; Kargil Soldier (Rutherford) 2; Common Spirit (Abraham) 3; Mr. Bombshell (Rabani) 4. Won by: 1; 1-3/4; 1-1/4; (1-13.6). Tote: Win Rs 41; Place: 17; 14; 19; Quinella: 84; Tanala: 442. Fav: Mr. Bombshell (8). Winner trained by Vijay S.

6. Police Commissioner’s Cup 1,400m: (5-4-6-2) Acceptor (C. Alford) 1; Soviet Ride (Abraham) 2; Earl Grey (Rutherford) 3; Amusing (Connorton) 4. Won by: 1-1/4; 2-1/2; SH; (1-26.7). Tote: Win Rs 18; Place: 11; 12; 12; Quinella: 20; Tanala: 53. Fav: Acceptor (5). Winner trained by D. Byramji.

7.Philanthropist Cup 1,100m: (13-4-8-6) Scarlet Raider (Yasin) 1; Annella (C. Alford) 2; Alsheim (Surender) 3; Added Asset (Maseyk) 4. Not run: Tsavo (1). Won by: 1-1/4; 3/4; 1-1/4; (1-6.4). Tote: Win Rs 252; Place: 37; 15; 26; Quinella: 469; Tanala: 11,700. Fav: Pearl Dragon (12). Winner trained by Daniel D.

8. Pilot Handicap,Div-II 1,200m: (6-7-5-2) Raaz (Engineer) 1; Revolution (Kujur) 2; Queen’s Logic (Islam) 3; Super Smile (Maseyk) 4. Won by: SH; Nk; Nk; (1-14.2). Tote: Win Rs 176; Place: 23; 15; 22; Quinella: 171; Tanala: 2,895. Fav: Revolution (7). Winner trained by Javed K.

Jackpot: Rs 80,933; (C) Rs 4,115.

Treble: (i) Rs 248; (ii) Rs 275; (iii) Rs 6,578.


Bangalore, Jan. 12: 
Darashah’s Milan won the Karnataka Racehorse Owners’ Assn. Trophy today.


1. Ghataprabha Plate, Div-II 1,400m: (2-3-4) Caesarr (Shafiq) 1; Golden Fellowship 2; Francophone 3. Won by: 2; 2-1/2; (1-29.7). Tote: Win Rs 94; Place: 19; 13; 34; Forecast: 203; Quinella: 74; Tanala: 814 & 579. Fav: Golden Fellowship (3).

2. Ullal Beach Plate 1,600m: (4-3-9) Win Ameen (Ramesh) 1; Selena 2; Franco Leone 3. Won by: 2; 6; (1-44.2). Tote: Win Rs 30; Place: 14; 17; 38; Forecast: 127; Quinella: 61; Tanala: 650 & 336. Fav: Win Ameen (4).

3. Ghataprabha Plate, Div-I 1,400m: (6-2-7) River Bed (Shafiq) 1; Step In Time 2; Inxss 3. Won by: 3/4; 1; (1-30.1). Tote: Win Rs 135; Place: 30; 30; 12; Forecast: 965; Quinella: 538; Tanala: 3,080 & 849. Fav: Inxss (7).

4. S. N. Gundu Rao Memorial Plate, Div-I 1,600m: (8-4-3) Furia Rossa (Ramesh) 1; Always Dancing 2; Our Ambition 3. Won by: 1-3/4; 1-1/4; (1-41.5). Tote: Win Rs 125; Place: 36 15; 27; Forecast: 236; Quinella: 102; Tanala: 639 & 313. Fav: Always Dacing (4).

5. Karnataka Racehorse Owners’ Assn. Trophy 1,200m: (1-2-6) Milan (Appu) 1; Slanka 2; Slovania 3. Won by: 1-1/4; 1-1/4; (1-15.4). Tote: Win Rs 42; Place: 21; 27; Forecast: 240; Quinella: 118; Tan-ala: 201 & 104. Fav: Slovania (6).

6. R. Prithviraj Urs Memorial Plate 1,400m: (5-3-2) Brunswick (A. Imran) 1; Parisien Belle 2; Street Smart 3. Won by: 1-1/4;Hd; (1-29.2). Tote: Win Rs 48; Place: 18; 61; 18; Forecast: 682; Quinelal: 512; Tanala: 1,792 & 563. Fav: Arroganto (4).

7. F. K. Irani Memorial Cup 1,200m: (2-4-3) Al Habib (Appu) 1; Star Festival 2; Winelight 3. Won by: 3/4; 1/2; (1-14.4). Tote: Win Rs 54; Place: 23; 21; Forecast: 163; Quinella: 66; Tanala: 568 & 178. Fav: Golden Collection (6).

8. S. N. Gundu Rao Memorial Plate, Div-II 1,600m: (1-8-5) Saffron Finch (Shukla) 1; Luxor 2; Brave Deed 3. Won by: 2-1/4; 1-3/4; (1-41.6). Tote: Win Rs 81; Place: 30; 18; 122; Forecast: 162; Quinella: 109; Tanala: 4,035 & 1,820. Fav: Luxor (8).

Jackpot: Rs 39,177; (C) Rs 2,519.

Mini jackpot: Rs 6,562.

Treble: (i) Rs 6,850; (ii) Rs 1,229.


Mumbai, Jan 12: 
Trained by Nina Lalvani and ridden by C. Lemaire, Sonalika may win the Maharaja Jiwajirao Scindia Trophy in Mumbai on Sunday.


2 pm: Chance 1. Don’t Look Twice 2. On Her Way 3.

2.30 pm: Cagliari 1. River Rainbow 2. Charlie Parker 3.

3 pm: Rambus 1. Soviet Fire 2. Idaho 3.

3.30 pm: Amazing Dream 1. Destiny Calling 2. Mille Fiori 3.

4 pm: Crisscross 1. Bud Royale 2. Romantic Indian 3.

4.30 pm: Queenscliff 1. Strength To Strength 2. Prince Nicholas 3.

5 pm: Sonalika 1. The Proletarian 2. Appeaser 3.

5.30 pm: Safari Girl 1. Miss Sunshine 2. Arctic Star 3.

Day’s Best: Safari Girl

Double: Chance & Rambus


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