Free Press Journal
  • T20 International match abandoned due to rain, India will not lose a series in South Africa

    Centurion: Indian women’s cricket team will return from their tour of South Africa without losing a single series after the fourth T20 International was abandoned due to rain, giving Harmanpreet Kaur’s team an unbeatable 2-1 lead in the five-match contest. The South Africans, who were put to bat, were 130 for 3 from 15.3 overs when heavens opened up to half the proceedings at the SuperSport Park.

  • Live Scores, Match updates, Commentary: India vs South Africa, 2nd T20I at Centurion

    India’s tour of South Africa has now picked up the pace like a bullet train as after winning the ODI series 5-1, the visitors again triumphed in the first T20I and won the match by 28 runs. Indian team is playing fearless cricket and are being well led by captain Virat Kohli. During the first match, India were quite sloppy and would like to polish their performance to clinch the series.

  • New Zealand vs Australia: Black Caps limp to 150/9 in tri series final

    Auckland: New Zealand struggled to 150 for nine in the T20 tri-series final against Australia at Auckland’s Eden Park here today. Australia’s bowlers took revenge after being thrashed for 243 by the Black Caps at the same ground last Friday, led by spinner Ashton Agar’s career-best T20 figures for three for 27.

  • Indian women eye maiden double series win in SA

    Centurion : The Indian women’s cricket team would be aiming for quick recovery from a rare setback when it takes on South Africa in the fourth Twenty20 International, where a win would give the visitors an unbeatable series lead, here on Tuesday.

  • Kohli crosses 900-point mark in Test and ODIs, Bumrah tops bowling list 

    Dubai : India captain Virat Kohli became only the second batsman in the history of the game to cross the 900-point mark concurrently in Tests and ODIs, while pacer Jasprit Bumrah grabbed the joint-top position among bowlers in the latest ICC ODI player rankings on Tuesday.

  • Hedgewar Boys    emerge champions

    Mumbai : Hedgewar Boys FC India held their nerves to overcome Milan FA 7-6 via the sudden death tie-breaker in the final of the MDFA Under-16 League and played at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel. The scores were tied 1-all in normal time and 6-all after the first set of five kicks, before Hedgewar Boys managed to pull through in the sudden death.

  • Ave Maria rallies against Warriors

    Mumbai : Twice in arrears Ave Maria Sports Club pulled off a 4-2 win against Warriors Sports Club in a Senior Division match of the MHAL League 2018, and played at the MHAL-Mahindra Stadium, Churchgate on Tuesday.

  • New doping blows; Canadian skaters serve up magic

    PyeongChang : The Pyeongchang Winter Olympics was hit by a third doping scandal today, casting a shadow over the magic on ice served up by peerless Canadians Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir.

  • Third-tier Wigan stuns Man City in FA Cup

    London : Manchester City chief coach Pep Guardiola rued the red card given to Fabian Delph and said mistakes like these can cost a team the game in matches like the FA Cup as they succumbed to a shock 0-1 loss at the hands of English third-tier football club Wigan Athletic.