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Kandy SC full back Radhika Hettiarachchi is well tackled by Navy skipper Yoshitha Rajapaksa and another Navy player in their Caltex A Division League rugby match played at Welisara on Saturday which Navy won 12-11. Picture by Kavindra Perera


Ponting surprised by Lord's heckling

Australia captain Ricky Ponting admitted Saturday that he had been surprised by the aggressive nature of the crowd at Lord's during the second Ashes Test against England.

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Ashes time is up, say media and fans:

Johnson must go

Australian media and cricket fans Monday called for Mitchell Johnson to be left out of Thursday's third Ashes Test against England amid mounting concerns over his lack of bowling form.

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Phelps cruises into 200m free semi-finals

Michael Phelps, riding the momentum of a relay victory, opened his individual World Championships campaign Monday with the second-fastest time in the 200m freestyle heats.

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