24 November 2014

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Boxing: Vargas retains WBA super lightweight crown in Macau

MACAU  American Jessie Vargas outpointed his Mexican rival Antonio DeMarco Sunday to retain his World Boxing Association super lightweight title in a pulsating fight in Macau.The champion from Las Vegas, with legendary fighter Roy Jones Jr making his debut as a trainer in his corner, got the better of his valiant opponent in a fight which exploded into life from the fifth round onwards.Both men were heavily marked at the end of a toe-to-toe 12-round battle, in which the unbeaten

De Kock ton lifts South Africa to 280 for 6 in final ODI

De Kock ton lifts South Africa to 280 for 6 in final ODISYDNEY: Quinton de Kock hit the first one-day century by a South African at the Sydney Cricket Ground to help his team to 280 for six in the final one-day international against Australia on Sunday.The wicketkeeper´s 107 off 123 balls with 14 fours was his sixth ODI hundred but first against Australia.In the absence of injured skipper AB de Villiers, de Kock stepped up to play a valuable innings for the Proteas, who were looking to avoid a fourth defeat in the five-game ODI series.De Kock survived a close shave on 98 as Steve

Team mates will determine success of my captaincy: Kohli

Virat Kohli says his team mates will determine the success or otherwise of his captaincy when he takes charge of India in place of Mahendra Singh Dhoni for the first test against Australia next month.The 26-year-old batsman will make his test captaincy bow in Brisbane on Dec 4 while Dhoni sits out the first of the four matches in the series to recuperate from a hand injury.“I’m pretty confident of the ability the guys have,” he told reporters on Sunday in Adelaide, where India open their

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