HIGHLY CAPABLE: Kok Chi believes officials have good experience in organising large scale games
CANBERRA: The British and Irish Lions suffered their first loss on tour in Australia yesterday when they were upset 14-12 by the ACT Brumbies, who put in a tenacious defensive performance.
SUPER HERO: Superb one-handed catch sends Sri Lanka into semi-finals
LONDON: John Inverarity, Australia's chairman of selectors, indicated on Monday that Pakistan-born leg-spinner Fawad Ahmed could yet be called into the Ashes squad.
CARDIFF: England may be looking ahead to defending the Ashes but off-spinner James Tredwell reckons winning the Champions Trophy would be an "absolutely massive" achievement in itself.
ARDMORE (Pennsylvania): Justin Rose's breakthrough win at the US Open could open the door for England's golden generation of golfers to finally make their collective mark in the record books.
OUTCOME: Revington will not discuss his future until World League Semi-Finals is over
A rejuvenated Iain Steel hopes to fly high when he tees up on his happy hunting ground at the Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters which starts tomorrow.
AFTER falling short in the Super League this year, Negri Sembilan Wanderers coach Mohd Mazuri Sallehudin is confident his charges will be able to defend their title at the Power International Royal Sevens on June 29-30.
MINISTER STEPS IN: Khairy ensures Revington stays until the World League Semi-finals ends