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30 December, 1997
  Anand, Adams draw again
Viswanathan Anand of India and Micheal Adams of England played out an exciting draw today to keep the scores level 2-2 in the completion of their fourth game of the World Chess Championships at Groningen, according to reports reaching here.
  Aussie women regain World crown
Favourites Australia rode on a gritty 52 by skipper Belinda Clark to carve out a comfortable five-wicket victory over a spirited New Zealand and regain the women's cricket World Cup at the Eden Gardens in Calcutta yesterday. Chasing New Zealand's modest score of 164, the Australians seemed to be in no hurry at all as their middle order batswomen Michelle Goszko (37) and Karen Fruin (24) chipped in with useful contributions to overhaul the target, reaching 165 for five in 47.4 overs.

When the demi gods failed to deliver
India got an ICC (International Cricket Council) president, almost the entire board voted themselves -- and the selectors -- back to power, but only Sachin Tendulkar figured in all the matches the National team played this year. Indeed, if anyone connected with India's richest game had reasons to sign off the year with a flourish, it was the Cricket Official. Ten wins in 39 one day internationals and two humiliating defeats and no wins to talk about in 12 Tests. There's only Bangladesh to look down upon in one-dayers and everybody, except maybe Sri Lanka, to look up to in the Test arena.
Boris Becker to play in India


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India one step from bottom
South Africa have taken the top position in the One-day International ranking for 1997, while Sri Lanka, who have the maximum number of victories during the year, take second spot. While England have moved into third position. Zimbabwe now occupy the fourth spot followed by West Indies, Pakistan, New Zealand and Australia. India occupy the penultimate spot behind Kenya.
Bhalla springs an all-round act
Springfield has achieved an outstanding 163-run victory over Parle Tilak Vidyalaya (Marathi medium) in the final of the Khichadia cricket tournament at the Khar Gymkhana. The fifth wicket partnership between Rohit Bhalla and Udey Karkera put on 191 runs in 31 overs. Bhalla scored 118 with 15 fours, while Karkera was unlucky to miss his century by three runs. He scored 97 with 12 fours and three sixes.

 


  Pocket dynamite Silveira explodes
  India one step from bottom
  Kanara, Star in final
  Bhalla springs an all-round act
  Short corner
  Boris Becker to play in India
  Vikrant qualifies for main draw
  Playing for big money with cameras as opponents
  Second Div of National league to be set up
  Global Sport
  Aussie women regain World crown
  Anand, Adams draw again
  BSF, JCT post easy victories
  When the demi gods failed to deliver
  Reiffel frustrate Proteas

Shaw Wallace