Sourav is to play T20 for MCC
Mumbai: Former India skipper Sourav Ganguly will be again playing in the Emirates Twenty20 tournament in Dubai, next month. Ganguly has been included in a star-studded MCC side that will take part in the event starting on April 1, a release said. “It is an honour and a pleasure to represent MCC. I am absolutely delighted to have been invited to play for the club,” Ganguly said.
Melbourne: Shane Warne is all set to resume a new innings, this time around as a media player, investing in a business that will help companies barter advertising space in exchange for products.
Madrid: Barcelona have denounced allegations in a Spanish radio station report “which link the club to doping practices.” Barca said in a statement they are “demanding immediate rectification” as they study legal action “to defend the club’s honour....”
India beat Iran
Calcutta: Dolima Chibber and Nevilla Colaco scored to help India beat Iran 2-0 and clinch the six-nation AFC U-14 Girls’ Festival of Football 2011. India remained unbeaten in the tournament beating Bhutan, Jordan and Palestine other than Iran. Nevilla became the highest scorer with 12 goals.
New Delhi: India Monday named a 20-member football squad for the women’s Olympic qualifier first round to be held in Bangladesh from Mar18-22.
Goalkeepers: Sita Sharma, Aditi Chauhan; Defenders: Ansha, K Rebika Devi, Suparva Samal, Rashmita Patra, Alochana Senapati, Tuli Goon; Midfielders: Manpreet Kaur, Amoolya Kamal, O Bembem Devi, Pinky Bompal Magar, Lochana Munda, N Montesori Chanu, Swati Rawat, Gayatri Mallick; Strikers: T Tababi Devi, N Bala Devi, L Naobi Chanu, Raju Sugnaya
New Delhi: Indian Wrestling League, an event on the lines of hugely successful IPL, will be launched later this year, the WFI announced Monday.
London: Lewis Hamilton ended his year-long search for a manager Monday by signing up with Simon Fuller, who oversees David Beckham’s career, ahead of the new F1 season.
London: F1 world champion Sebastian Vettel extended his contract with Red Bull until the end of the 2014 season on Monday.
Mumbai: The IHF has accused the FIH that its rival body HI has been made a member of FIH through the back door. The IHF letter of March 12 stated, “HI did not and/or could not have legally provided an IOA endorsement or attestation in November 2008 ” as HI was not in existence three years ago.
Staff reporter & Agencies