Free Press Journal
  • Kolhapur tame Gondia; to meet Mumbai in semis

    Mumbai : Kolhapur clinched a decisive win, by defeating Gondia 3-0 in the concluding Group-C league match, of the LIC-Maharashtra State Inter-District Senior Women’s Football Championship -2016, organized by MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) and played at the Karnatak Sporting Association ground, Cross Maidan, Churchgate end, on Thursday.

  • Royer doesn’t look easy, says Vijender

    New Delhi : None of his four fights so far have gone the distance and Indian boxing star Vijender Singh is not keen on a longer contest either even though he does not expect this weekend’s faceoff with Frenchman Matiouze Royer to be an easy one.

  • MCC retain Twister Trophy

    Mumbai : Leftarm spinner Ganesh Aiwe bowled with guile (4/18) as defending champions MCC (Blue) defeated MCC (Red) by 7 wickets in the final of the  Twister-MCC-Pro40 League-season-3 at the Oval Maidan here on Thursday.

  • Indian-origin batsman in NSW squad

    Sydney : Sixteen-year-old batsman Jason Sangha, who is of Indian origin, has become the youngest player to be given a New South Wales (NSW) contract as he was handed a rookie deal for the 2016-17 season. Arjun Nair, another Indian-origin player, has been given a full contract. Sangha rose last summer and was selected in the New South Wales Under-15 Schoolboys team.

  • Supergiants face Lions

    Steven Smith and Mahendra Singh Dhoni also need to fire if the Supergiants have to post a huge score or chase down a big target as it is likely to be a high-scoring game at the Maharashtra Cricket Association stadium at Pune. (more…)

  • IPl 2016: Mumbai Indians beat table toppers Kolkata Night Riders in IPL

    Mumbai : Riding on a superb match winning innings by captain Rohit Sharma who engineered a brilliant run chase once again, Mumbai Indians beat table toppers Kolkata Night Riders comprehensively in their IPL match played at the Wankhede stadium here.

  • It was probably my best T20 knock: Morris

    New Delhi : His whirlwind 82 brought Delhi Daredevils agonisingly close to victory and Chris Morris termed it as his “best innings in T20 cricket” but said it was “upsetting” to eventually go down by one-run against Gujarat Lions during an IPL match here.

  • Rohit, Pollard help Mumbai thrash KKR by six wickets

    Mumbai: Riding on skipper Rohit Sharma’s unbeaten 68 alongside Kieron Pollard’s quickfire 17-ball 51, defending champions Mumbai Indians outclassed Kolkata Knight Riders by six wickets in an Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket match at the Wankhede Stadium here on Thursday.

  • Williamson to lead Kiwis in all formats

    Wellington : Star batsman Kane Williamson got the nod as New Zealand’s captain in all three forms of the game on Thursday, replacing the retired Brendon McCullum.