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AUSTRALIAN MASTERS

MELBOURNE, Final round: 277 Robert Allenby (Aus) 71, Adam Scott (Aus) 64, Craig Parry (Aus) 67, Jarrod Moseley (Aus) 69, (Allenby won playoff at second hole) l 279 Peter Lonard (Aus) 68, Rod Pampling (Aus) 70 l 280 Stephen Allan (Aus) 67 l 281 Peter OMalley (Aus) 69, Andrew Buckle (Aus) 71, James Nitties (Aus) 73 l 282 Geoff Ogilvy (Aus) 65, Euan Walters (Aus) 68, Peter Senior (Aus) 71

HONG KONG OPEN

Final round: 269 Padraig Harrington (Irl) 66 l 270 Hennie Otto (RSA) 65 l 273 Thomas Bjorn (Den) 68, Darren Clarke (GBR) 67, Chris Gane (GBR) 69, Fredrik Jacobson (Swe) 69 l 274 Christopher Hanell (Swe) 72, James Kingston (RSA) 67, Prayad Marksaeng (Tha) 71 l 275 Michael Campbell (NZ) 66, David Carter (GBR) 69, Jose Maria Olazabal (Esp) 66, Rob Rashell (US) 71, Gary Rusnak (US) 69

FOOTBALL

BUNDESLIGA

VfL Wolfsburg 4 (Fernando Baiano 23, 53, 55, Stefan Schnoor 90+2pen) Kaiserslautern 1 (Aleksander Knavs 13) l Eintracht Frankfurt 2 (Alexander Schur 17, Ervin Skela 64pen) Hanover 96 2 (Daniel Stendel 18, Thomas Christiansen 87pen) l SC Freiburg 4 (Roda Antar 3, 11, 79, Wilfried Sanou 22) VfL Bochum 2 (Vahid Hashemian 13, Peter Madsen 24) l VfB Stuttgart 0 Hamburg SV 0 l Werder Bremen 1 (Ailton 58pen) Bayern Munich 1 (Claudio Pizarro 79) l TSV 1860 Munich 1 (Markus Weissenberger 3) Hansa Rostock 4 (Rene Rydlewicz 8, Martin Max 17pen, 80, Thomas Schultz 68) l Borussia Dortmund 1 (Leandro 69) Hertha Berlin 1 (Alexander Madlung 79).

PREMIER LEAGUE

Birmingham City 0 Blackburn Rovers 4 (Barry Ferguson 66, Lucas Neill 68, Kerimoglu Tugay 82, Paul Gallagher 88) l Fulham 2 (Sean Davis 75, Facundo Sava 76) Bolton Wanderers 1 (Kevin Davies 53) l Leeds United 1 (Jermaine Pennant 18) Chelsea 1 (Damien Duff 70) l Leicester City 1 (Craig Hignett 90) Arsenal 1 (Gilberto Silva 60) l Manchester United 4 (Ruud Van Nistelrooy 16, 45, Diego Forlan 90, 90+2) Aston Villa 0 l Middlesbrough 0 Portsmouth 0 l Newcastle United 1 (Alan Shearer 62pen) Liverpool 1 (Danny Murphy 6) l Tottenham Hotspur 5 (Robbie Keane 29, 75, 83, Frederic Kanoute 50, Stephane Dalmat 90) Wolverhampton Wanderers 2 (Paul Ince 30, Alex Rae 84)

LIGUE 1

RC Lens 0 Sochaux 3 (Santos 15, 78, Jeremy Mathieu 75) l Stade Rennes 1 (Alexander Frei 74) Paris-St Germain 1 (Fabrice Fiorese 49) l AC Ajaccio 1 (Mamadou Bagayoko 51) AJ Auxerre 2 (Philippe Mexes 16, Djibril Cisse 64) l Girondins Bordeaux 2 (Stephane Pichot 8og, Pablo Francia 13) Lille 1 (Marco Caneira 49og) l Nantes 1 (Nicolas Gillet 20pen) Toulouse 1 (Nicolas Dieuze 45+2pen) l Racing Strasbourg 4 (Danijel Ljuboja 15, Ulrich Le Pen 38, Mamadou Niang 44, Fabrice Ehret 54) Bastia 2 (Youssouf Hadji 39, 71)

SERIE A

Empoli 0 AC Milan 1 (Kaka 81) l Lazio 2 (Bernardo Corradi 21, Stefano Fiore 45+3) Juventus 0

PRIMERA LIGA

Barcelona 1 (Patrick Kluivert 83) Real Madrid 2 (Roberto Carlos 37, Ronaldo 74) l Deportivo La Coruna 1 (Joan Capdevila 59) Malaga 0 l Osasuna 3 (John Aloisi 29, 49, Ibrahima Bakayoko 74) Celta Vigo 2 (Jose Ignacio 37, Catanha 90+3) l Real Sociedad 0 Real Betis 4 (Capi 5, Joaquin 16, 59, Juanito 50)

EAST ASIAN CHAMPIONSHIP

SAITAMA, South Korea 1 (Yoo Sang-chul 45+1) China 0.

National League

MARGAO: Salgaocar 3 (Bello Rassaq 59, Samson Singh 77, Felix Ibrebru 90) Mohammedan Sporting 0.

CHESS

NATIONAL A MEET

KOZHIKODE, Round 6: P. Harikrishna (3) bt Tejas Bakre (2.5) l Praveen Thipsay (3.5) drew Neelotpal Das (3.5) l Arghyadip Das (2) lost to Saptarshi Roy Chowdhary (3.5) l Suvrajit Saha (3.5) drew S. Satyapragyan (3) l V. Hariharan (1.5) drew T.S. Ravi (2.5) l Koneru Humpy (5) bt M Srinivasa Rao (1.5) l Sriram Jha (1.5) drew M.R. Venkatesh (3) l Prathamesh Mokal (2.5) drew Vishal Sareen (3) l Roktim Bandhopadhyay (1.5) drew R.B. Ramesh (4.5) l Abhijit Kunte (3.5) drew S.S. Ganguly (4.5) l Dibyendu Barua (4) drew S. Kidambi (2.5) l Sandipan Chanda (3.5) bt S. Vikramjit Singh (2.5).

For the book

Just two years since his fatal motorcycle accident, Hermann Maier produced a breathtaking run to win a World Cup downhill race on Saturday, claiming his second victory in a week and top spot in the overall standings


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