Free Press Journal
  • Pune’s Dhamne, Delhi’s Dabas win under-12 Tennis Nationals

    Mumbai : Manas Dhamne of Pune and Delhi girl Tejaswi Dabas emerged champions in the boys and girls section of the 12th Ramesh Desai Memorial Sub junior Tennis Nationals for Boys and Girls under 12 which was played here.

  • Arhan Jains’ all-round show in Jwala Sports’ 4-run victory

    MUMBAI : A fine all round show by dimunitive Arjan Jain featured in Jwala Sports Foundation’s thrilling 4-run win over Future Star Cricket Academy in the MCC Cup (Under-16) cricket four-team league, here at Oval Maidan here on Saturday.   Arhan, who top-scored for JSF’s total of 199, with attractive 70 and later captured two wickets for eight runs with his spinners as Future Star CA were bowled out for 195.

  • Paul Lambert has left Stoke City, says club

    London : Paul Lambert has left Stoke City after the club were relegated from the Premier League, the club said in a statement. The club said on Friday that Lambert left his position “as manager by mutual consent”, reports Xinhua news agency.

  • Ave Maria beat Kalina boys 12-2

    Mumbai : Ave Maria showed good understanding and teamwork as they romped to an impressive 12-2 win against Kalina Village Boys in a Men’s Open quarter-final match of the Mount Carmel Invitation Floodlit Rink Hockey Tournament – 2018, organised by the Carmel Sports Committee at the Mount Carmel Church compound.

  • Yashraj advances into final qualifying round

    Mumbai : Pune lad Yashraj Dalvi, a wild card entrant, put up an impressive performance to advance to the final qualifying round of the MSLTA – Yonex Sunrise 12th Ramesh Desai Memorial CCI Nationals Under-16 (boys & girls) Tennis Tournament 2018.

  • Buffon bids farewell to Juve with 2-1 win

    Turin : Juventus’ iconic Italian goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon played his last game with the Serie A champions on Saturday, defeating the already relegated Hellas Verona 2-1.

  • FIFA WC: Row over sexist Argentine manual put to rest

    Madrid : The CEO of the Local Organising Committee for the 2018 World Cup in Russia said that the Argentine football federation (AFA) had apologised for a sexist chapter included in a manual given out to players, staff and journalists and that the controversy had been put to rest.