Free Press Journal
  • India ease past New Zealand to take unassailable 2-0 lead

    Bengaluru : The Indian men’s hockey team registered its second successive victory against New Zealand, beating the visitors 3-1 to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match Test series at the Sports Authority of India’s Bengaluru Campus on Saturday..

  • New Zealand cricket legend Richard Hadlee to undergo second round of cancer surgery

    Wellington: New Zealand cricketing great Richard Hadlee will undergo a second round of surgery after cancer spread to his liver, his wife Dianne said Monday. Hadlee’s family revealed last month that he had a tumour removed after being diagnosed with bowel cancer and was expected to make a full recovery after a course of chemotherapy. Dianne Hadlee provided an update on the 67-year-old’s condition on Monday.

  • Indian spinners under pressure in decider

    Bristol : Rendered ineffective in the previous match, India’s wrist spinners Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal would look to bounce back against ‘well-prepared’ England batsmen as the two teams clash in the series-deciding third Twenty20 International, here on Sunday.

  • Men in Blue look to wrap up early series win

    Cardiff : A dominant opening win has set the tone and India would look to ensure that a spin-wary England remains on the back-foot when the two sides clash in the second T20 International, here on Friday.

  • From Australia to Zimbabwe; lowest scores by Test playing nations in history

    We see many records made and broken in cricket, every team and players have been involved in achieving something great, but there are some records which no one is proud of, here are the lowest total runs scored by every cricket team in the history of cricket.

  • Women’s World T20: India to play NZ in opener

    Dubai : India will begin their campaign against New Zealand in the ICC Women’s World T20, to be held in the West Indies from November 9 to 24. India, who are yet to win the tournament in five attempts, face Pakistan in their second game on November 11.

  • Kiwi teenager Kerr slams 232 to break women’s ODI record

    Dublin: New Zealand’s Amelia Kerr on Wednesday shattered Belinda Clark’s 21-year-old record for the highest score in women’s ODI as she smashed 232 not out in a match against Ireland here.

  • New Zealand cricket legend Richard Hadlee undergoes surgery for cancer

    Wellington: New Zealand cricketing great Richard Hadlee has undergone surgery for bowel cancer but is expected to make a full recovery, his wife Dianne said Wednesday. “Last month, Richard had a routine, three-year colonoscopy, and we discovered that he has bowel cancer,” she said in a statement.

  • ISL experience helped me improve: India goalkeeper Gurpreet Singh Sandhu

    New Delhi: Indian goalkeeper Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, who had a brilliant outing in the Intercontinental Cup, especially in the final, credited his stint in the Indian Super League (ISL) with Bengaluru FC for his success. Gurpreet conceded just one goal during the Intercontinental Cup, which featured New Zealand, Chinese Taipei and Kenya apart from hosts India. In the summit clash with Kenya, Gurpreet made a couple of brilliant saves to help India to a

  • India has good chance to win England series: Chappell

    “There is no doubt that Jimmy Anderson will present the Indian line-up with a serious challenge, and if there’s movement off the seam, Stuart Broad will also be a handful. Nevertheless India have the stronger batting line-up of the two teams”

  • Chhetri’s India seeks crowning glory, Kenya stands in way

    Mumbai : India will for the umpteenth time look up to the talismanic Sunil Chhetri and a stadium packed to the brim with emotionally-charged fans for inspiration as they face Kenya in the summit showdown of the Intercontinental Cup here on Sunday.

  • Intercontinental Cup: India lose 1-2 to New Zealand   

    Mumbai: The Indian football team’s campaign at the Intercontinental Cup clash came to a disappointing end as they slumped to a shocking 1-2 defeat to New Zealand at the Mumbai Football Arena on Thursday. It had seemed destined for another sweet evening for the Indian football fans as a lucky goal from skipper Sunil Chhetri had put India into the lead in the 48th minute. But the Kiwis first restored parity through

  • Dyer’s late goal pips India

    Mumbai : Moses Dyer’s late goal helped New Zealand edge past India 2-1 in an Intercontinental Cup match at the Mumbai Football Arena here on Thursday.  India skipper Sunil Chhetri opened the scoring in the 46th minute through a fantastic goal, his seventh consecutive in home games but the hosts failed to keep the lead and conceded the equaliser the very next minute.