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Scrutinizing the Journey - The 2015 World Cup

Well, its all over and out for the INDIAN CRICKET TEAM at the 2015 world cup. The journey of the Indian team which began a month ago finally ended with a loss to Australia at the Semi finals at SCG. 778 more words

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Review: Davis Cup defending champions Switzerland ousted in opening round

TENNIS –┬áDefending champions Switzerland were eliminated in the opening round of this year’s Davis Cup competition as they lost 3-2 to Belgium. They are the first defending champions since Spain in 2005 to be knocked out in the opening round.

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World Cup Contenders - India

The defending champions most often are the favorites come the next edition, but in this case no one is giving India a glimmer of hope and the reason being this time the game is in the devils playground, where all the daemons come to haunt them, in the land of kangaroos, Australia. 269 more words

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Australian captain Michael Clarke about India's winning chances in the WorldCup 2015

Australia begin the 2015 World Cup as the mind-boggling top picks. Obviously, as they are the most obvious ODI side on the planet right now. Their predominance in the as of late closed tri-arrangement, a competition that likewise offered India and England, was abundant confirmation that the hosts have hit top structure at the correct time. 308 more words

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Shildon's DCC defence under way

Shildon’s defence of the Durham Challenge Cup got off to a routine start with a comfortable win over Ashbrooke Belford House.

The defending champions, who won the cup for the first time in 40 years with a 2-1 win over Spennymoor last season, proved too strong for the Wearside League side, scoring three times in the opening 45 minutes before Mark Doninger capped off the night with his second and Shildon’s fourth in the 85th minute. 463 more words

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World Cup Preview: Spain

Despite talks about Spain not being the same near invincible side, which it was between 2008 and 2012, the defending champions are 345 more words

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