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10th April 2002 - Page 3

School Sports


The boys and girls basketball team will go for a tournament at the Woodstok school from April 17 to 21.



Boys Team:
Pankaj Bajaj(C), Siraj Ali, Shashank Bhalla, Satyam Arora, Aman Raj Khana, Amjad Ali, Pranav Khana, Karan Talwar, Arjun Talwar, Ishaan Trivedi, Adirath Singh, Adhiraj Singh.

Girls Team:
Vrinda Sharma(C), Ritika Prasher, Prairna Gupta, Shivani Suhag, Richa Sareen, Shagun Badhwar, Saachi P. Singh, Bhavya Singhal, Sonal Marva, Sheenam Kumar.
Good luck!

15th             Boys Blue vs Red
                    Boys Green vs Yellow
16th             Girls Red vs Blue
                    Girls Green vs Yellow
17th             Boys Blue vs Green
                    Boys Red vs Yellow
18th             Girls Blue vs Green
                    Girls Red vs Yellow
19th             Boys Blue vs Yellow
                    Boys Green vs Red
22nd            Boys/Girls FINALS


Australia chase down world record victory target
Australia achieved the highest successful run chase in cricket history as they overhauled a South African total of 326 for three in the sixth one-day international at St Georges Park in Port Elizabeth on Saturday. The previous highest total by a side against Australia was 320 for eight by England at Edgbaston in 1980 when matches were 55 overs a side. Adam Gilchrist and Matthew Hayden smashed 81 off 55 balls for the first wicket before Australian captain Ricky Ponting shared a fourth-wicket stand of 183 off 184 balls with Darren Lehmann to set Australia on the way to a three-wicket 

win and a 5-0 lead in the seven-match series. One match was tied. Adam Gilchrist was named the Man of the match scoring a quick fire 52 of 34balls.

Gopichand crashes out of Japan Open
India's Pullela Gopichand has lost in the semi-finals of the Japan Open badminton tournament. Gopichand, the All England Open champion, was beaten by South Korea's Lee Hyun.Lee, the fifth seeded Korean, used his attacking smashes as the best weapon to score a 7-1 7-4 7-3 victory in 33 minutes.
India tours West Indies

First test: April 11 -15 at the Bourda Oval, Georgetown.

Second test: April 19 - 23 at Queen's Park, Port of Spain.

Third test: May 2 - 6 at Kensington Oval, Bridgetown.

Fourth test: May 10 - 14 at Antigua Recreation ground.

Fifth test: May 18 - 22 at Sabina Park, Kingston.

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