The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Unenviable task for South Africa
South Africa will have to shed their burden of history and perform out of their skin to halt the Australians’ unstoppable march in the second semi-final of the World Cup here Wednesday. Emotions, too, will run high in this epic clash. ...  | Read.. 
Jacques Kallis aims to step up scoring rate
South African allrounder Jacques Kallis is looking to step up his scoring rate in the World Cup semi-final against Austr ...  | Read.. 
Gibbs ready to grab the second chance, says Smith
Herschelle Gibbs gets a chance to make amends for a well-documented spilled catch that led to South Africa’s ouster ...  | Read.. 
Police discard snake venom theory
A Jamaican police officer has dismissed reports that snake venom may have killed former Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer, sayi ...  | Read.. 
Lone strike! ...  | Read
Extraordinary nets session for Hayden
Matthew Hayden decided he needed some more batting practice on Monday and had everyone running ..  | Read.. 
Coroner releases Woolmer’s body
The body of Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer has been released by coroner Patrick Murphy and will soo..  | Read.. 
Two-year term for India coach
The Indian team’s new coach would be appointed for a tenure of tw ...  | Read.. 
More backs Vengsarkar
The policy of rotation and giving rest to senior cricketers must be do ...  | Read.. 
WICB accepts Bennett King resignation
Australian Bennett King has resigned as coach of West Indies following ...  | Read.. 
Taking stock of a failed campaign
The fallout from England’s winter of discontent has already claime ...  | Read.. 
Big W is most lucrative
The total prize money purse at this year’s Wimbledon championship ...  | Read.. 
Schumi now an armchair fan
The seven-time Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher has emerged fr ...  | Read.. 
Pak board seeks BCCI help
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has sought help from other boards, in ...  | Read.. 
Robredo in Round III
Third seed Tommy Robredo demolished fellow Spaniard Feliciano Lopez 6- ...  | Read.. 
Ireland seek more funds
Irish Cricket Union (ICU) chief executive Warren Deutrom will seek to buil ...  | Read.. 
Tikolo will be Smith’s deputy
Kenyan cricket captain Steve Tikolo will be South Africa’s Graeme ...  | Read.. 
Mahela hits 115 n.o.
Sri Lanka smashed 102 runs off the last 10 overs to reach 289 for five ...  | Read.. 
Bucknor may get fifth straight final
Jamaican umpire Steve Bucknor may officiate his fifth successive World ...  | Read.. 
Panache, verve and unbeatable Australians
From the moment they stepped on to the Caribbean soil in St Vincent, R ...  | Read.. 
No problem for ‘spectator’ Bernard
This was another day in Indian football when a coach sitting in galler ...  | Read.. 
Md. Sp. rally to hold Air India
Mohammaden Sporting came back twice from behind to hold Mumbai’s ...  | Read.. 
EB to miss Edmilson
Pride, not the title, is what East Bengal will be aiming for ahead of ...  | Read.. 
Negi loses
World’s youngest GM Parimarjan Negi fought hard before going down ...  | Read.. 
Barreto helps Bagan win Thai battle
After failing to be in National League title-race, Mohun Bagan have pl ...  | Read.. 
Mind games of a different kind
There has already been mud-slinging between Rafael Benitez and Jose Mourinh ...  | Read.. 
Liverpool confident of a 2005 encore
Roman Abramovich and Jose Mourinho’s differences appear to have been ...  | Read.. 
Essien released on bail
Chelsea midfielder Michael Essien was arrested on suspicion of drink-d ...  | Read.. 
Nixon’s future rests with Moores
There will be a new broom in the England dressing room when the team for th ...  | Read.. 
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