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France SAPPORO: French teenage ski jumper Coline Mattel notched up her second win of the season on Saturday in Sapporo in northern Japan, to move up to second in the World Cup standings.   The 17-year-old, the winner at Sochi in December, went 93.0 metres for 120.2 points in the first jump to win the event. The second jump was cancelled due to strong winds.   Jacqueline Seifriedsberger of Austria was second on 111.9 points, followed by Norway's Anette Sagen on 111.4 points.   World Cup points leader Sara Takanashi of Japan finished in 12th place with a jump of 85.0 metres for 99.1 points. Last year's overall champion Sarah Hendrickson of the United States was seventh on 106.3 points. Copyright Reuters, 2013 ...

England ready for Ashes, Gillespie warns Australia           SYDNEY: Former test pace bowler Jason Gillespie has warned his compatriots that England will be ready for back-to-back Ashes series this year and for Australia to wrest back the famous urn will be a daunting task. Gillespie, who took 259 wickets in 71 tests between 1996 and 2005, is well-placed to comment on the strength of the English game given he is currently coach of the Yorkshire county side.   "They are incredibly confident over here but they ...
Pakistan part timers ruin Smith historic day JOHANNESBURG: Two part-time bowlers spoiled Graeme Smith's big day as South Africa were bowled out for 253 on the first day of the first Test against Pakistan at the Wanderers Stadium on Friday.   South Africa were dismissed after Smith, celebrating 100 Tests as captain and his 32nd birthday, won the toss and decided to bat in what were always likely to be challenging conditions on a pitch with pace and bounce.   Pakistan survived two overs at the ...
Pakistan make double strike JOHANNESBURG: Pakistan opening bowlers Junaid Khan and Umar Gul struck in successive overs to negate a solid start by South Africa on the first day of the first Test against Pakistan at the Wanderers Stadium on Friday.   South Africa were 68 for two at lunch after Graeme Smith, captaining a team for the 100th time in Test matches, won the toss and decided to bat in what were always likely to be challenging conditions on a ...
South Africa elect to bat in first Pakistan test JOHANNESBURG: South Africa skipper Graeme Smith, making his 100th appearance as captain, won the toss and elected to bat in the first test against Pakistan at the Wanderers on Friday.   The Proteas have kept the same side that was successful in the test series against New Zealand last month, resisting the urge to play an all-out pace attack in the opener of a three-match series.   Robin Peterson continues in the role of spinner, while Dean Elgar has ...
Australia thrash West Indies by nine wickets PERTH: Australia thrashed the West Indies by nine wickets in the first one-day international in Perth on Friday, reaching their winning total of 71 in just 9.2 overs.   An onslaught of pace and swing skittled the tourists for just 70 off 23.5 overs before Australia raced to their target in emphatic fashion with Glenn Maxwell smashing 51 not out.   Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2013 ...
West Indies dismissed for 70 v Australia   PERTH: West Indies were bowled out for 70 in the first one-day international against Australia at the WACA ground in Perth on Friday.   SCORES:   West Indies 70 (M. Starc 5-20, C. McKay 3-10) Copyright Reuters, 2013 ...


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