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WGC CHAMPIONSHIP

First round leaders: 65 Sergio Garcia (Spa) l 66 Tim Herron (US), Rocco Mediate (US) l 67 K.J. Choi (Kor), Tiger Woods (US) l 68 Ignacio Garrido (Spa), Niclas Fasth (Swe) l 69 Loren Roberts (US), Mike Weir (Can), Jyoti Randhawa (Ind), Peter O’Malley (Aus), Darren Clarke (GBR) l 70 Phillip Price (GBR), Len Mattiace (US), Kenny Perry (US), Alex Cejka (Ger), Toshi Izawa (Jpn), Trevor Immelman (RSA), Vijai SIngh (Fij), Soren Kjeldsen (Den), Jim Furyk (US), Jerry Kelly (US), Adam Scott (Aus) l 71 Brian Davis (GBR), Stuart Appleby (Aus), Steve Flesch (US), Ernie Els (RSA), Fred Couples (US), Nick Price (Zim), Alastair Forsyth (GBR), Padraig Harrington (Irl) l 72 J.L. Lewis (US), Shaun Micheel (US), Eduardo Romero (Arg), Robert Allenby (Aus), Lee Westwood (GBR) l 73 Phil Mickelson (US), David Toms (US), Ian Poulter (GBR), Retief Goosen (RSA), Fred Funk (US), Jonathan Kaye (US), Thongchai Jaidee (Tha), Paul Casey (GBR), Bob Tway (US) l 74 Chris Riley (US), Colin Montgomerie (GBR), Thomas Bjorn (Den), Davis Love III (US), Jay Haas (US), David Howell (GBR), Kirk Triplett (US), Chad Campbell (US) l 75 Scott Hoch (US), Brad Faxon (US), Scott Verplank (US), Fredrik Jacobson (Swe), Justin Rose (GBR), Peter Lonard (Aus) l 76 Chris DiMarco (US), Arjun Atwal (Ind), Rich Beem (US), Ben Curtis (US), Charles Howell III (US), Hennie Otto (RSA), Mark Foster (GBR), Craig Parry (Aus) l 77 Taichi Teshima (Jpn), Bob Estes (US), Raphael Jacquelin (Fra) l 78 Todd Hamilton (US) l 82 Michael Campbell (NZ).

MADISON CLASSIC

First round leaders: 66 Carlos Franco (Par), John Huston (US), Hidemichi Tanaka (Jpn) l 67 David Edwards (US), Patrick Sheehan(US) l 68 David Frost (RSA), Kent Jones (US), Shigeki Maruyama (Jpn), Jim McGovern (US), Brett Quigley (US), Paul Stankowski (US) l 69 Chris M Anderson (US), Bart Bryant (US), Tim Clark, Luke Donald (GBR), John Maginnes (US), Spike McRoy (US), Corey Pavin (US), Carl Pettersson (US), Joey Sindelar (US) l 70 Briny Baird (US), Greg Chalmers (Aus), Ben Crane (US), Tom Gillis (US), Paul Gow (Aus), Ian Leggatt (US), John Morse (US), John Riegger (US) l 71 Billy Andrade (US), Woody Austin (US), Aaron Barber (US), Craig Barlow (US), Brian Bateman (US), Notah Begay III (US), Olin Browne (US), Jason Caron (US), Jose Coceres (Arg), Russ Cochran (US), Brad Elder (US), Danny Ellis (US), Robin Freeman (US), Kelly Gibson (US), Mike Heinen (US), Skip Kendall (US), Kenichi Kuboya (US), Bernhard Langer (Ger), Scott Laycock (US), Larry Rinker (US), John Senden (Aus), Heath Slocum (US), Mike Sposa (US), Mike Standly (US), Dave Stockton Jr (US), David Sutherland (US), Kevin Sutherland (US), Hal Sutton (US), Garrett Willis (US), Willie Wood (US) l 72 Per-Ulrik Johansson (Swe), Thomas Levet (Fra), Brenden Pappas (RSA), Deane Pappas (RSA), Kaname Yokoo (Jpn) l 73 Stephen Allan (Aus), Richard Zokol (Can) l 75 Esteban Toledo (Mex) l 77 Dan Halldorson (Can) l 80 Gabriel Hjertstedt (Swe), Grant Waite (NZ).

FOOTBALL

ITALIAN CUP

First leg, second round: Brindisi 3 Bologna 2.

WOMEN’S WORLD CUP

Quarter finals: Germany 7 Russia 1 l China 0 Canada 1.

CRICKET

Three-day tour match

PERTH, Zimbabwe 254/7 (C. Wishart 93 n.o.) vs Western Australia.

TENNIS

JAPAN OPEN

Quarter finals, Men: Cyril Saulnier (Fra) bt Mark Philippoussis (5, Aus) 5-2 (retd) l Paradorn Srichaphan (3, Tha) bt Lee Hyung-taik (7, Kor) 4-6, 7-6 (7-5), 6-3 l Rainer Schuettler (1, Ger) bt Scott Draper (Aus) 6-3, 6-3 l Women: Maria Sharapova (5, Rus) bt Claudine Schaul (Lux) 7-5, 7-6 (7-1) l Zheng Jie (Chn) bt Yan Zi (Chn) 7-6 (7-3), 6-3.

KREMLIN CUP

Quarter finals, Women: Anna Pistolesi (Isr) bt Elena Bovina (Rus) 6-4, 6-4 l Elena Dementieva (3, Rus) bt Francesca Schiavone (Ita) 6-1, 2-1 (retd) l Men: Sargis Sargsian (Arm) bt Agustin Calleri (2, Arg) 6-3, 6-4.

For the book

Former 250cc world champion Daijiro Kato, who died in April following a season-opening crash, will become the first Japanese rider to be inducted into the Moto Grand Prix Hall of Fame, organisers said on Friday.

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