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AKTEL Premier Division Cricket League 2005-6
DOHS win a thriller
Losing MSC fans attack umpires
Defending champions Old DOHS crossed a major hurdle in the Aktel Premier Division Cricket League with a nerve tingling three-run win over Mohammedan Sporting Club at the Fatullah Cricket Stadium yesterday.
AKTEL Premier Division Cricket League 2005-6
Nafees hammers ton
Victoria stay on track, Abahani lose again
National opener Shahriar Nafees struck a blazing hundred as runners-up City Club returned to the winning track with an 81-run victory against Orient Sporting Club in the Aktel Premier Cricket League at
Nitol-Tata National Football League
Ndem shines, Abahani blaze
Abahani used all their firepower to brush aside Samabesh Club of Mun-shiganj 6-1 yesterday and cement their place atop the Super Six table of the Nitol-Tata Fifth National Foot-ball League.
Sonargaon set an example
6 fined including Rokon, Rafique, Ashraful
The crisis at Premiership cricket club Sonargaon Cricketers deepened when the newcomers stripped Al-Shahriar Rokon's captaincy and fined a total of six players including two top national cricketers on
Australia cruise
Australia claimed a resounding 184-run victory over South Africa in the second cricket Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground Friday, taking a 1-0 series lead with a Test to play.
National shooting
Another gold for Sabrina
Sabrina Sultana of Dhaka Rifle Club bagged her second gold medal in the 20th National Shooting Championships when the veteran became first in the women's 50m rifle three position scoring 568 points on
Liverpool looking for perfect 10
Liverpool will seek a 10th successive Premier League victory on Saturday when they conclude a memorable year at home to West Bromwich Albion.
'Just the beginning for Chelsea'
Chelsea still have a long way to go before they can truly start comparing themselves to Alex Ferguson's Manchester United, manager Jose Mourinho has said.
More stakes than a win
NZ-SL first ODI today
A depleted New Zealand and out-of-form Sri Lanka are playing for more than a simple win in the one-day cricket series starting here Saturday, knowing defeat could deny them direct entry into the ICC Champions
Cicinho hopeful of Real fightback
Brazil defender Cicinho was officially unveiled as a Real Madrid player on Thursday and said he was confident the team would get back on the winning trail.
Tevez completes hattrick
Argentina forward Carlos Tevez has been voted Latin America's Footballer of the Year for the third year running in a poll by Uruguayan newspaper El Pais.
Last laugh Ponting's
Skipper Ricky Ponting said Australia had the last laugh after a thumping 184-run victory over South Africa in the second Test here Friday despite the mindgames of Proteas captain Graeme Smith.
Pegasus B president punished
Following a threat from a club official, the scheduled First Division Cricket League match between Eskaton Sabuj Sangha and Young Pegasus B could not be held at the Dhaka University ground yesterday.
BG Press bag full points
BG Press began their Rahman Foundation Second Division Football League campaign with full three points when they defeated PWD SC 1-0 at the Bir Shreshtha Shaheed Mostafa Kamal Stadium in Kamalapur onFriday.
Ponting best for 2005
Ricky Ponting has ended 2005 as the best batsman in Test cricket, according to the official LG player ratings.
Narrow win for Jatrabari
Jatrabari Sports Academy registered a hard-fought 10-8 win over Purbachal Parisad in the Bactrol First Division Men's Handball League at the Dhaka handball ground on Friday.
Botha comes in for Ntini
Johan Botha could make his Test debut for South Africa in the Sydney Test against Australia starting on Monday.
Smith calls for more ruthlessness
South Africa, needing to win on a spin-friendly Sydney wicket next week to square their three-Test series, must be more ruthless against Australia, captain Graeme Smith said Friday.
Hosts optimistic about WC chances
Germans are becoming steadily more optimistic about their national side's chances at the World Cup with 39 percent of them now believing Germany can take the title, according to a survey released on Thursday.
Langer named for final Test
Experienced opening batsman Justin Langer has been included in the Australian team for the third Test against South Africa, which begins on Monday at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
Ronaldo out for a fortnight
Brazilian striker Ronaldo will be out of action for up to a fortnight, his club Real Madrid said Friday, a day after the World Cup winner injured his right leg in his first training session followingthe
Bowyer handed three match ban
Newcastle United midfielder Lee Bowyer will serve a three-match ban after his claim for wrongful dismissal against Liverpool was rejected on Thursday.

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