Free Press Journal

    More trouble for Kiwis, India inch closer to win

  • ‘Immobile’ move by Italy

    Paris : Lazio striker Ciro Immobile grabbed an injury-time winner as four-time champions Italy snatched a 3-2 comeback win at Macedonia on Sunday, narrowly avoiding a World Cup qualifying embarrassment.

  • Brazil without Neymar

    Natal : Brazil’s national football team will face Venezuela on Tuesday in a South American World Cup qualifier for Russia 2018 without star player Neymar.

  • Australia, wary of Japan

    Melbourne : With just one point separating the top four teams in the group, the 2018 football World Cup qualifying match between Australia and Japan on Tuesday could prove crucial to both nations’ hopes of making it to Russia.

  • ‘Pogba just too tired to start flying’

    France football team captain Hugo Lloris believes Paul Pogba’s slow start in the new season can be put down to his exertions at last summer’s European championship.

  • Mum, Atletico show respect to each other

    Mumbai : Mumbai City FC’s winning run in the Hero Indian Super League will be seriously challenged by former champions Atletico de Kolkata in an interesting third round clash at Mumbai Football Arena, Mumbai today.

  • Martina Sharapova to test comeback waters

    Los Angeles : Maria Sharapova, targeting an April return to the WTA after the reduction of her doping ban, will try to start sharpening her game on Monday in the friendly confines of a charity event in Las Vegas.

  • BCCI calls for SGM

    New Delhi : The BCCI has called for a Special General Meeting on October 15 to discuss the interim order passed by the Supreme Court on Lodha Panel recommendations ahead of the next hearing on October 17. It will be a second SGM called by the BCCI in the last two weeks.

  • Aditi Ashok in top-10

    Golf de Chantaco : Aditi Ashok played her fourth successive one-under 69 for her third straight top-10 finish on the Ladies European Tour at the Lacoste Ladies Open de France here.

  • Aparna Popat picked by Rajdhani Royal

    Mumbai : Former Indian badminton star and 9-time National champion Aparna Popat, will be the star attraction during the second edition of the NSCI Badminton League (NBL), which is scheduled to conducted from November 11 to 13, at the NSCI badminton hall, Worli. Popat, who held the National crown for nine consecutive years, was picked by Rajdhani Royal and will be their key player.

  • Apolistic Caramel’s win

    Mumbai : Goalkeeper Florian Pereira was livewire in Apostolic Carmel (Bandra) ’s exciting 4-2 win over Borivali’s Mary Immaculate in the girls under-17 final of the DSO Mumbai District level Inter-School Football Tournament, organized by Vision Sports Reconnect and Fairplay Sports Management at St Francis D’Assisi Ground, Borivali on Monday.

  • Mandar, Senhora champs

    Mumbai : Mandar Hardikar and Senhora D’Souza emerged men’s and women’s champions, respectively, while Aditi Sinha grabbed a second triple crown and Shubham Ambre a double, in the Matunga Gymkhana 4-Star Mumbai District Ranking Table Tennis Tournament.