CONFIDENT: Jin Kun sure of clinching two medals to announce his arrival in the sport
SECOND ASHES TEST: England bid to halt hosts' momentum
DUNEDIN: Brendon McCullum ended a barren run of scores and three-year century drought as he and Ross Taylor tore apart a weakened West Indies attack to drive the hosts to 367 for three at the close of the first day of the opening test yesterday.
ADELAIDE: All-rounder Tim Bresnan yesterday voiced confidence his recall to the England squad after battling an injury will give the team a much-needed boost going into the Second Test against Australia.
HUGE POTENTIAL: Asian event could soon be a key competition, say captains
MALAYSIA lost 2-0 to Junior World Cup defending champions Germany in a friendly match leading up to the Junior World Cup at the Dyan Chand Stadium in New Delhi yesterday.
MISSION: Best friends Wen Yan, Eddy want memorable debut
BACK ON TRACK: Rory in ‘better place’ ahead of World Challenge hosted by Woods
JOHANNESBURG: Charl Schwartzel produced a masterclass of consistent golf to win his second consecutive Alfred Dunhill Championship on Sunday as he held off Englishman Richard Finch by four strokes.
SINGAPORE: The inaugural OneAsia Championship has been axed from this year's schedule after failing to attract enough star players, organisers said yesterday.