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Sunday, December 14 1997

England maintain unbeaten run

[Details] England won its second match against West Indies in the Akai-Singer Champions Trophy cricket tournament at the Sharjah Stadium on Saturday. Chasing the West Indies' modest 197, England survived minor hiccups and won with four wickets and 25 deliveries to spare, helped by an impressive half-century by Graham Thorpe.

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Anand wins, Ivanchuk held

[Details] Viswanathan Anand, one day past his 28th birthday, celebrated with a comfortable 2-0 win over Predrag Nikolic even as two other fancied stars, Vassily Ivanchuk and Vesselin Topalov, became the leading casualities of the second round of the FIDE World Chess championships in Groningen, Netherlands.

Jeev fails to fire in third round

[Details] Indian professional Jeev Milkha Singh failed to fire during the third round of the $500,000 Omega golf championship in Hong Kong and his par 70 kept him anchored down the field yesterday. Jeev, with an outside chance of pipping America's Mike Cunning for the Omega Order of Merit title, shot a three round total of two-over par 212 (69-73-70).
Purnima stars in Indian win

Vrishali, Sushant excel

Superb knocks by Jadhav and Maroof

Winning Combo live upto their name

Caterers defeat Dockyard

Global Sport -- McGrath might play in Test against South Africa

Vijay shoots into lead

Railway spikers start favourites

First One Home holds the edge

Girinath shares lead with four others

West meet Central in final

Kannan triumphs

Side that handles pressure will win

Jeev fails to fire in third round

India File -- FC Kochin recruits

Anand wins, Ivanchuk held

Windies batsmen need to do better

Buoyant England meet Denmark

Hockley hits ton in Kiwi victory

Defending champs JCT beat Churchill

England maintain unbeaten run

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