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EURO 2004 QUALIFIERS

Collated summaries: Group 1: In Valletta: Malta 1 (Luke Dimech 73) Cyprus 2 (Michael Konstantinou 22pen, 53) l Group 2: In Craiova: Romania 2 (Adrian Mutu 46, Ionel Ganea 88) Bosnia 0 l Group 3: In Tiraspol: Moldova 1 (Viorel Frunze 60) Austria 0 l In Minsk: Belarus 0 Netherlands 2 (Marc Overmars 62, Patrick Kluivert 68) l Group 4: In Serravalle: San Marino 0 Sweden 6 (Mattias Jonson 16, 59, 70, Marcus Allback 52, 85, Fredrik Ljungberg 53) l In Budapest: Hungary 3 (Imre Szabics 51, 59, Zoltan Gera 86) Latvia 1 (Maris Verpakovskis 38) l Group 5: In Glasgow: Scotland 1 (Kenny Miller 69) Germany 1 (Fredi Bobic 22) l In Reykjavik: Iceland 2 (Helgi Sigurdsson 49, Tryggvi Gudmundsson 89) Faroe Islands 1 (Rogvi Jacobsen 62) l Group 6: In Lviv: Ukraine 4 (Olexander Gorshkov 28, Andriy Shevchenko 65pen, 70, Serhiy Fyodorov 90+3) Armenia 3 (Albert Sarkisyan 13pen, 50, Artur Petrosyan 72) l In Zaragoza: Spain 0 Greece 1 (Stelios Giannakopoulos 44) l Group 7: In Skopje: Macedonia 3 (Goce Sedloski 39 pen, Mile Kristev 51, Aco Stoikov 82) Liechtenstein 1 (Roger Beck 18) l In Bratislava: Slovakia 0 Turkey 1 (Nihat Kahveci 12) l Group 8: In Tallinn: Estonia 2 (Teet Allas 23, Kristen Viikmae 33) Andorra 0 l In Sofia: Bulgaria 2 (Dimitar Berbatov 52, Svetoslav Todorov 72pen) Belgium 2 (Stilian Petrov 31og, Philippe Clement 56) l Group 9: In Helsinki: Finland 3 (Sami Hyypia 20, Joonas Kolkka 45+1, Mikael Forssell 57) Serbia & Montenegro 0 l Group 10: In Dublin: Ireland 2 (Robbie Keane 6, Adrian Aliaj 90+2og) Albania 1 (Ervin Skelai 8) l In Basel: Switzerland 2 (Alexander Frei 14, 16) Russia 2 (Sergei Ignashevic 24, 68pen)

AFRICAN NATIONS QUALIFIERS

Seychelles 2 (Alpha Balde 75pen, Philip Zialor 81) Zimbabwe 1 (Adam Ndlovu 86) l Zambia 2 (Harry Milanzi 44, 81) Tanzania 0 l Botswana 0 Libya 1 (Ahmed Masli 89) l Namibia 2 (Floris Diergaardt 24, George Hummel 76pen) Chad 1 (Mahamat Hussein 35) l Niger 1 (Yahaya Tankari 69) Guinea 0 l Senegal 3 (Lamine Diatta 8, Henry Camara 36, El Hadji Diouf 73) Gambia 1 (Ebou Sillah 63) l Uganda 0 Rwanda 1 (Jimmy Gatera 40) l Burkina Faso 4 (Moumouni Dagano 6, 8, Amadou Toure 34, Dieudonne Minoungou 88) Mozambique 0.

INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY

MIAMI, Venezuela 2 (Gabriel Urdaneta 14, Juan Arango 36) Honduras 1 (Wilmer Velasquez 45).

GOLF

BRITISH MASTERS

MERIDEN, Round III leaders: 203 Greg Owen (GBR) l 207 Ian Poulter (GBR), Richard Green (Aus) l 208 Matthew Blackey (GBR), David Lynn (GBR) l 209 Christian Cevaer (Fra), Anthony Wall (GBR), Jamie Donaldson (GBR), Barry Lane (GBR), Peter Fowler (Aus), Mikael Lundberg (Swe), Darren Fichardt (RSA) l 210 Mathias Gronberg (Swe), David Howell (GBR), Mark James (GBR), Brett Rumford (Aus), Mark Roe (GBR) l 211 Stephen Scahill (NZ), Jorge Berendt (Arg), Peter Baker (GBR), Jarmo Sandelin (Swe), Philip Golding (GBR), Brian Davis (GBR), Andrew Coltart (GBR), Stephen Gallacher (GBR) l 212 Charlie Wi (Kor), Fredrik Andersson (Swe), Nick OíHern (Aus), Robert Rock (GBR), James Kingston (RSA), Ignacio Garrido (Spa).

ATHLETICS

IAAF GRAND PRIX

PALO ALTO, Menís 200m: 1. Joshua J. Johnson (US) 20.26 seconds 2. 2 John Capel (US) 20.42 3. 3 Maurice Greene (US) 20.43 l Menís 1,000m: 1. David Lelei (Ken) 2:16.43 2. David Krummenacker (US) 2:17.10 3. Kevin Sullivan (Can) 2:19.06 l Menís 1,500m: 1. William Chirchir (Ken) 3:37.99 2. Laban Rotich (Ken) 3:38.84 3. Hudson Santos de Souza (Bra) 3:39.50 l Menís 3,000m: 1. Luke Kipkosgei (Ken) 7:46.86 2. Albert Chepkurui (Ken) 7:47.47 3. Martin Keino (Ken) 7:48.53 l Menís 3,000m steeplechase 1. 1 Robert Gary (US) 8:27.77 2. Tom Chorny (US) 8:36.35 3. Tom Kloos (US) 8:38.63 l Menís pole vault: 1. Jeff Hartwig (US) 5.70m 2. Timothy Mack (US) 5.60 3. Toby Stevenson (US) 5.60 l Menís shot putt: 1. John Godina (US) 20.67 2. Reese Hoffa (US) 20.65 3. Jamie Beyer (US) 20.64 l Menís javelin: 1. Breaux Greer (US) 77.75 2. Chris Clever (US) 77.31 3. Oscar Duncan (US) 74.56 l Womenís 100m 1. Inger Miller (US) 11.04 secs 2. LaTasha Jenkins 11.11 (US) 3. Angela Daigle (US) 11.28 l Womenís 800m: 1 Michelle Ballentine (Jam) 2:01.62 2. Regina Jacobs (US) 2:02.42 3. Chantee Earl (US) 2:03.77 l Womenís 100m hurdles: 1. Miesha McKelvy (US) 12.60 2. Jenny Adams (US) 12.73 3. Lacena Golding-Clarke (Jam) 12.89 l Womenís 400m hurdles: 1. Natasha Danvers (GBR) 56.25 2. Brenda Taylor (US) 56.86 3. Tanisha Mills 57.22 l Womenís high jump: 1. Amy Acuff (US) 1.97m 2. Karol Rovelto (US) 1.97 3. Gwen Wentland (US) 1.95 l Womenís pole vault: 1. Kellie Suttle (US) 4.50 =2. Melissa Mueller (US) 4.40 =2. Mary Sauer (US) 4.40 l Womenís discus: 1. Suzanne Powell (US) 61.24 2. Seilala Sua (US) 60.76 3. Aretha Hill (US) 60.39 l Womenís javelin: 1. Erica Wheeler (US) 52.88 2. Valerie Fleming (US) 45.94 3.Amber Miller (US) 45.56.

INTERNATIONAL MEET

SEVILLE, Menís 400 m 1. Marc Raquil (Fra) 44.80 secs 2. Alleyne Francique (Gre) 44.92 3. Felix Sanchez (Dom) 45.23 l 800m: 1. Wilfred Bungei (Ken) 1:43.62 2. Yuriy Borzakovskiy (Rus) 1:43.93 3. Hezekiel Sepeng (RSA) 1:44.18 l 1,500m: 1. Ivan Heshko (Ukr) 3:33.91 2. Cornelius Chirchir (Ken) 3:34.24 3. Abdalkader Hachlaf (Mor) 3:35.77 l 3,000m 1. Paul Bitok (Ken) 7:40.49 2. Abiyote Abate (Eth) 7:41.41 3. James Kwalia (Ken) 7:42.20 l 3,000m steeplechase: 1. Ezekiel Kemboi (Ken) 8:13.31 2. Paul Koech (Ken) 8:13.76 3. Julius Nyama (Ken) 8:14.09 l Long Jump: 1. Yago Lamela (Spa) 8.15m: 2. Savante Stringfellow (US) 7.97 3. Vladimir Zyuskov (Ukr) 7.91 l Shot Putt: 1. Yuri Bilonog (Ukr) 20.94m 2. Manuel Martinez (Spa) 20.49 3. Brad Snyder (Can) 20.10 l Discus: 1. Roberto Fazekas (Hun) 69.62m 2. Virgilijus Alekna (Lit) 66.21 3. Frantz Kruger (RSA) 66.21 l Womenís 800m: 1. Mayte Martinez (Spa) 2:00.53 2. Faith Macharia (Ken) 2:01.23 3. Esther Desviat (Spa) 2:01.58 l 1,500m: 1. Judit Varga (Hun) 4:05.41 2. Helen Pattinson-Clitheroe (GBR) 4:07.16 3. Margaret Ngotho (Ken) 4:07.38 l 5,000m: 1. Benita Johnson (Aus) 15:00.49 2. Isabela Ochichi (Ken) 15:10.51 3. Merima Denoba (Eth) 15:20.88 l 100m hurdles: 1. Glory Alozie (Spa) 12.83 seconds 2. Irina Lenskay (Isr) 12.89 3. Angela Ateda (Ngr) 13.03 l Triple Jump: 1. Carlota Castrejana (Spa) 14.17m 2. Heli Koivula (Fin) 13.83 3. Sirka Kivine (Est) 13.58 l High Jump: 1. Inga Babakova (Ukr) 2.00m 2. Ruth Beitia (Spa) 1.95 3. Daniela Rath (Ger) 1.92 l Hammer: 1. Ester Balassini (Ita) 70.30m 2. Susanne Keil (Ger) 69.85 3. Mihaela Melinte (Rom) 69.17 l Pole Vault: 1. Stacy Dragila (US) 4.51m 2. Pavla Hamackova (Cze) 4.41 3. Thorey Edda Elisdottir (Ice) 4.41.

CRICKET

COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP

Division I: At Tunbridge Wells: Sussex bt Kent by 191 runs. Sussex 311 (R.Martin-Jenkins 67, C.Adams 62; A.Sheriyar 4/49) and 286 (R.Martin-Jenkins 84, M.Goodwin 58, T.Cottey 52; A.Sheriyar 4/93); Kent 275 (A.Symonds 54; Mushtaq Ahmed 5/70, J.Kirtley 4/84) and 131 (Mushtaq Ahmed 4/56) l At Liverpool: Lancashire bt Leicestershire by 10 wkts. Lancashire 503/6 decl. (M.Chilton 108, S.Law 82, C.Hooper 74, A.Flintoff 71 n.o., I.Sutcliffe 55, M.Loye 54) and 24/0. Leicestershire 314 (D.Maddy 85, D.Stevens 65) and 212 (C.Hooper 5/52, G.Keedy 4/61) l At Lordís: Match drawn. Middlesex 363 (B.Hutton 107, E.Joyce 69, Abdul Razzaq 54, P.Weekes 51 n.o.; J.Dakin 5/86); Essex 166 and 269/8 (A.Grayson 69, J.Middlebrook 52; S.Cok 4/54) l At Edgbaston: Match drawn. Warwickshire 351 (J.Trott 63, M.Wagh 58, C.Obuya 55; G.Smith 4/60) and 405 (N.Knight 146, I.Bell 64; S.MacGill 6/117). Nottinghamshire 646 (K.Pietersen 221, C.Cairns 104, G.Welton 99, U.Afzaal 72, P.Franks 62 n.o.) and 67/5 (Waqar Younis 4/30) l Division II: At Swansea: Glamorgan bt Derbyshire by an innings and 70 runs. Glamorgan 395 (R.Croft 84, J.Hughes 69; T.Lungley 4/101); Derbyshire 209 (R.Croft 6/71) and 116 l At Gloucester: Northamptonshire bt Gloucestershire by an innings and 54 runs. Northamptonshire 622/8 decl. (M.Hussey 264, G.Brophy 152, P.Jaques 75); Gloucestershire 230 (M.Ball 53, A.Nel 5/47) and 338 (M.Windows 150, J.Russell 63; J.Brown 4/106) l At Southampton: Match drawn. Hampshire 456 (S.Katich 135, A.Mascarenhas 92, N.Pothas 79, S.Udal 60 n.o.; D.Law 4/71, N.Phillips 4/129); Durham 235 (J.Lowe 80) and 137/9 l At Bath: Worcestershire bt Somerset by nine wkts. Worcestershire 538 (S.Peters 165, A.Singh 105, A.Hall 104, G.Hick 71; I.Blackwell 4/131) and 68/1; Somerset 238 and 367 (J.Cox 160, M.Burns 57; G.Batty 6/88).

ONE-DAY TOUR MATCH

GLASGOW, Pakistan bt Scotland by one wicket in Scotland 169 all out (J.Williamson 36, G.Maiden 31, Shabbir Ahmed 41/3, Danish Kaneria 49/2) Pakistan 170/9. (S. Malik n.o. 52, Imran Nazir 38, Wright 42/3)

For the book

Manuel Poggiali extended his lead at the top of the 250cc riders' world championship with a comfortable victory at the Italian Grand Prix on Sunday. Spain's Fonsi Nieto finished a distant second and Italy's Franco Battaini was third.


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