Dilshan, Lahiru boost SL total


Sri Lanka managed to reach 289 for six after opting to bat first on Tuesday in the tri-series limited-overs international against India in Brisbane.

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Lahiru Thirimanne and Tillakaratne Dilshan both scored half-centuries to give Sri Lanka a good platform, but it was Angelo Mathews's 37-ball 49 what boosted the team in the final stretch as they scored 51 off the last five overs.

Dead men walking look to UCL boost


Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas and Inter Milan coach Claudio Ranieri, himself a former Stamford Bridge manager, will be looking to the Champions League this week to boost their chances of keeping their jobs.

Villas-Boas has been described as a 'dead man walking' by Ranieri and he should know – he was one of several high-profile managers to fall victim to the whims of Chelsea's billionaire owner Roman Abramovich.

Unam go further ahead


Unam’s men’s Premier League side increased their lead at the top of the Telecom Namibia Indoor Hockey League when they comfortably beat the X Team 8-2 in Walvis Bay on Saturday.

The X Team did well to hold them to a slender 2-1 lead at the break, but Unam finished stronger to score six more second half goals to win the match with a bonus point.

Unam captain Joseph Kashamako was in great form, scoring four goals, while Erastus Kashungu and Kave Tjikuniva each scored two and Erwin Handura one goal.

Collin Peake and Stephen Peake replied for the X Team.

Messi scores four as Barca thrash Valencia


Messi scored four as Barcelona came from behind to thrash Valencia 5-1 at home, closing the gap on La Liga leaders Real Madrid back to 10 points on Sunday.

Jose Mourinho's side thumped Racing Santander 4-0 on Saturday to put pressure on the champions, who conceded to Pablo Piatti after only nine minutes at the Nou Camp.

World Player of the Year Messi led the fightback with two goals in five minutes to put them ahead by the 27th minute as Pep Guardiola's side responded with some irresistible football.

Seibeb wins Nedbank Challenge


Development rider Costa Seibeb on Sunday won the Nedbank Cycle Challenge in dramatic fashion after just holding the chasing pack off in a climb to the line.

The 20-year-old Seibeb won the 75km race in a time of 1:54:48, to beat Heinrich Kohne by two seconds to the line, while Michael Pretorius came third in 1:54:51.

Jaco Hanekom came fourth in 1:54:52, followed by Tristan de Lange, Jacques Tattersall and Willie van Zyl who all finished in 1:54:53.

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