Vol. 5 Num 274 Sat. March 05, 2005    
 
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Ispahani Mirzapore Tea 6th National Cricket League
Ehsanul powers Chittagong
Ehsanul Haque hit his second ton on the trot as Chittagong took first day's honours against Khulna in the National Cricket League yesterday.
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Razzaq restores Pakistan
Pakistani all-rounder Abdul Razzaq warmed up for the upcoming Test series against India with an aggressive half-century in the tour opener here on Friday.
 
Fighting BCB XI
Manzarul, Kapali ensure a draw
The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) Eleven finally showed its fighting qualities as the fifth wicket pair of Manzarul Islam Manzarul and Alok Kapali held up Central Zone to enforce an unlikely draw onthe
 
BD A lose 1st one-dayer
Bangladesh A stumbled to a five-wicket defeat against their southern African counterparts in the first one-day game at the Kwekwe Sports Club in Harare on Thursday.
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Zim hit rock-bottom
Zimbabwe were humiliated when they were bowled out for a record low total and South Africa took a first innings lead before tea on the first day of the first Test at Newlands Friday.
 
Fed Cup
Wanderers book finals berth
Dhaka Wanderers Club qualified for the final rounds of the Tibet 20th Federation Cup Football Tournament when they came from behind to beat Victoria Sporting Club at the Birshreshtha Shaheed Mostafa Kamal
 
MSC school cricket
Iqra Model Academy, Kurmitola High School and Motijheel Government Boys High School won their respective matches in the Mohammedan Dhaka Metropolitan Inter-School Cricket Tournament at different cityvenues
 
Zia atop alone
Grand Master Ziaur Rahman took a solo lead in the Mercantile Bank 31st National Chess Championship after seventh round when he beat FIDE Master Abu Sufian Shakil at the NSC conference room yesterday.
 
Somerset sign Jayasuriya
Sri Lanka batsman Sanath Jayasuriya has agreed a short-term contract with Somerset, as an early season replacement for Australia captain Ricky Ponting, the English county announced Thursday.
 
Div I hockey
Farashganj Sporting Club edged past Shishu Kishore Sangha 2-1 in yesterday's Green Delta First Division Hockey League at the Maulana Bhashani National Hockey Stadium.
 
McCullum accepts Lee's apology
It has taken almost a week, but New Zealand wicketkeeper Brendon McCullum has finally cleared the air over the Brett Lee beamer furore and told how he accepted his apology.
 
Preview: Primera Liga
Barca feeling pressure?
Spanish league leaders Barcelona will be out to get back to their winning ways against Osasuna on Saturday, after two successive draws have seen their lead cut to six points.
 
Preview: Premiership
Drogba thinks it's in the pocket
Premier League leaders Chelsea may still be only six points ahead of Manchester United but as far as the London club's striker Didier Drogba is concerned the Stamford Bridge side have already won thetitle.
 
Preview: Serie A
Capello's 'homecoming'
A hostile reception awaits Fabio Capello on Saturday when he returns to the Olympic stadium for the first time since walking out on Roma to coach Juventus.
 
Rumi Smriti TT from tomorrow
The Rumi Smriti Open table tennis tournament begins tomorrow at the Woodenfloor Gymnasium to mark the second death anniversary of eminent sports journalist Masud Ahmed Rumi.
 
Sania run ends
Davenport in Dubai Open final
World number one Lindsay Davenport overcame a stomach bug which made her feel ill on court to reach the final of the one-million-dollar Dubai Open on Friday with a three-set win over Switzerland's Patty
 

 
   
 
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