The Telegraph
Tuesday , June 18 , 2013

Mahela: Ready for the Indians

Tillekaratne Dilshan took a brilliant one-handed catch to end a stubborn last-wicket partnership of 41 as Sri Lanka beat Australia by 20 runs on Monday to reach the Champions Trophy semi-finals....   | Read..

First Major for Rose

Justin Rose produced remarkable poise and a Ben Hogan-like finish to win his first Major by two shots at the US Open on ...   | Read..

Very heartbreaking, says Mickelson

Phil Mickelson says he is heartbroken after extending his record of second place finishes at the US Open to six, and on ...   | Read..

Srikanth upbeat

Thailand Open champion K Srikanth will look to continue his rampaging form and qualify for the main draw when he begins ...   | Read..
Mahela Jayawardene reverse sweeps en route to his unbeaten 84 off 81 balls against Australia at The Oval, on Monday. The former captainís superb innings and Nuwan Kulasekaraís three wickets helped Sri Lanka clinch a 20-run victory and book a semi-final berth. They will meet India in the second semi-final on Thursday. South Africa will take on England in the first semi-final on Wednesday.

England may not risk Swann

Alastair Cook was relieved as the rain stayed away long enough for England to qualify for the Champi...   | Read..

India held by New Zealand

India paid the price of poor defending as they conceded a goal four minutes from close time to ...   | Read..

Tough for Warner to retain Test spot, says Clarke

Captain Michael Clarke says it will be difficult for errant batsman Da...   | Read..

Bubka prepared to raise the bar

A young Ukrainian athlete is denied the chance to win the gold medal at th...   | Read..

Surrey crack the whip

Surrey are prepared to wait until the end of the season to replace Chris Ad...   | Read..

Unchanged squad for tri-series

The national selectors on Monday decided to retain the Indian squad th...   | Read..

Colin confident in opener’s role

Colin Ingram is very different. He is too polite in the professional w...   | Read..

Spaniards have it easy

The scoreline may suggest otherwise, but Spain cruised to an easy 2-1 ...   | Read..

Andy peaking at right time

In terms of the weight and magnificence of trophies, there was little ...   | Read..

Schools’ meet from July 1

Two teams from the Northeast — St Anthony’s of Shillong an...   | Read..

‘Honour’ for Abhinav

Abhinav Bindra has been chosen by the International Shooting Sports Fe...   | Read..

‘Should have scored more’

Spain coach Vicente Del Bosque criticised his players for not scoring ...   | Read..

Court blow to AITA

The Madurai bench of the Madras High Court on Monday granted interim i...   | Read..

Father’s Day gift for dad: Justin

After the touching salute to his father, the teary victory call to his...   | Read..

Will Pak do an India?

Pakistan’s selectors, with Iqbal Qasim in the chair, could come ...   | Read..

Dhoni isnít taking the credit

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the India captain, isn’t taking credit for...   | Read..
Click on Guide for your favourite sport
 Follow our hottest tips around the country's tracks. Get a feel of the paddocks and the inside stories from the world of horse racing.
bullet Races Live
bullet Somdev bows out
bullet Shooters shine
bullet State snooker
bullet Found guilty
bullet Lajong signing
bullet In demand