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GOLF

MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT

DUBLIN, OHIO, ROUND II: 133 Kenny Perry (US) l 134 Retief Goosen (RSA) l Lee Janzen (US) 136 Vijai Singh (Fij) l Spike McRoy (US) l 137 Chad Campbell (US) l 138 Robert Gamez (US), Tiger Woods (US), Charles Howell III (US), Jim Furyk (US) l 139 Stewart Cink (US), Luke Donald (GBR), Mark Calcavecchia (US), John Rollins (US), Adam Scott (Aus) l 140 Tim Herron (US), John Huston (US), Justin Leonard (US), K.J. Choi (Kor), Carl Pettersson (Swe), Lee Westwood (GBR) l 141 Ben Crane (US), John Daly (US), Tim Petrovic (US), Padraig Harrington (Irl), Jeff Maggert (US), Jesper Parnevik (Swe), Bob Tway (US), Dudley Hart (US).

WALES OPEN

NEWPORT, ROUND II: 132 Ian Poulter (GBR) l 134 Phillip Price (GBR) l 135 Darren Fichardt (RSA) l 136 Mark McNulty (Zim) l 137 Richard Green (Aus), Jesus Maria Arruti (Esp), Nick O’Hern (Aus), Jonathan Lomas (GBR), Andrew Coltart (GBR), Santiago Luna (Esp) l 138 David Drysdale (GBR), Ricardo Gonzalez (Arg), Carlos Rodiles (Esp) l 139 Alessandro Tadini (Ita), Peter Fowler (Aus), Fredrik Jacobson (Swe), Jamie Donaldson (GBR), David Howell (GBR).

CRICKET

COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP

DIVISION I, DAY I: At Canterbury: Lancashire 347 (A. Flintoff 154, G.Chapple 66; M. Ealham 5/54). Kent 12/0 l At Nottingham: Essex 203 (G. Napier 57; G.Smith 5/42) & 39/3. Nottinghamshire 79 (S. Brant 6/45, J. Dakin 4/22) l At The Oval: Surrey 401/8 (G. Thorpe 156, A. Hollioake 77, A. Brown 74) vs Sussex l

DIVISION II, DAY I: At Derby: Worcestershire 374 (G. Hick 155, A. Singh 50; Mohammed Ali 4/124). Derbyshire 24/0 l At Northampton: Glamorgan 269 (J. Brown 4/52). Northamptonshire 70/0 l At Headingley: Durham 267/7 (J. Lewis 120 n.o., I. Pattison 62) vs Yorkshire.

TOUR MATCH

SHENLEY, DAY I: 330/5 (R. Weston 129, E. Joyce 80; T. Friend 2/59) vs Zimbabwe.

FOOTBALL

INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY

TOKYO: Japan 0 South Korea 1 (Ahn Jung-hwan 86)

For the book

Central Railway won the second women's all India basketball tournament in Coimbatore beating Eastern Railway 58-46 in the final Saturday. IOB, Chennai, won the men's title beating Kochi Customs 82-56.


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