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Hat-trick of victories ‘phenomenal’ for <strong>team</strong> spirit, says David Miller

Hat-trick of victories ‘phenomenal’ for team spirit, says David Miller

24 Apr 2014

Chandigarh: Explosive South Africa batsman David Miller believes three back-to-back wins in the Indian Premier League are "phenomenal" for Kings XI Punjab spirit and having a "more balanced team" than previous editions is making things easier for the franchise.

David Miller,   Miller batting,   Miller IPL,   Kings XI Punjab,   Indian Premier League,   Glenn Maxwell,   IPL 7,   IPL 2014,  
Kashmir polls no substitute for plebiscite, says <strong>Pakistan</strong>

Kashmir polls no substitute for plebiscite, says Pakistan

24 Apr 2014

Islamabad: As people in Jammu and Kashmir voted for the Lok Sabha polls, Pakistan on Thursday said any election in the state is not a substitute for plebiscite.

Jammu and Kashmir,   Lok Sabha polls,   Pakistan,   plebiscite,   Tasnim Aslam,   ISI,  
Olympian Shahnaz Shaikh to coach <strong>Pakistan</strong> <strong>hockey</strong> <strong>team</strong>

Olympian Shahnaz Shaikh to coach Pakistan hockey team

17 Apr 2014

Karachi: In a bid to pull Pakistan out of their recent slump, the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) has appointed Olympian Shahnaz Shaikh as the senior teams' coach.

Pakistan hockey team,   Pak hockey,   Shahnaz Shaikh,   Hockey Pakistan ,   Pak hockey coach,   World hockey,   Hockey world cup,  
Indian <strong>hockey</strong> coach Walsh targets top 8 finish in World Cup

Indian hockey coach Walsh targets top 8 finish in World Cup

21 Apr 2014

New Delhi: With the World Cup just round the corner, Indian men's hockey team chief coach Terry Walsh is realistic about his ward's chances and said his main "objective is to finish in the top 8" in the mega-event and anything higher than that will be a "big bonus".

Indian hockey coach,   Indian hockey team,   Hockey India,   Hockey world cup,   FIH world cup,   Terry Walsh,  
Olympian Shahnaz Shaikh to coach Pak <strong>hockey</strong> <strong>team</strong>

Olympian Shahnaz Shaikh to coach Pak hockey team

17 Apr 2014

Karachi: In a bid to pull Pakistan out of their recent slump, the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) has appointed Olympian Shahnaz Shaikh as the senior team’s coach.

Shahnaz Shaikh,   Pakistan,   hockey team,   World Cup,   Asia Cup,   Olympic gold medal,  
<strong>Hockey</strong> India appoints Harendra Singh as coach of junior <strong>team</strong>

Hockey India appoints Harendra Singh as coach of junior team

21 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Hockey India has appointed former senior coach Harendra Singh as the coach of the junior men's team to groom it for the 2016 World Cup to be held in the country.

Hockey India,   hockey junior team,   junior team coach,   Harendra Singh,   hockey news,   Junior Men World Cup,   Junior Men World Cup,  
Malinga replaces Chandimal as Sri Lanka’s T20 <strong>captain</strong>

Malinga replaces Chandimal as Sri Lanka’s T20 captain

23 Apr 2014

Colombo: Paceman Lasith Malinga, who led Sri Lanka to World Twenty20 title in Bangladesh, has been rewarded with the captaincy in the shortest format as struggling batsman Dinesh Chandimal got the axe on Wednesday.

Lasith Malinga,   Dinesh Chandimal,   Sri Lanka cricket,   Sri Lanka T20 cricket,   Sri Lanka T20 captain,  
Former PCB chief Ashraf lashes out at current head Sethi

Former PCB chief Ashraf lashes out at current head Sethi

22 Apr 2014

Karachi: Former Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Zaka Ashraf has lashed out at his successor Najam Sethi, blaming him for the sport's rapid deterioration in the last two months.

Zaka Ashraf,   Najam Sethi,   Pakistan Cricket Board,   Pakistan Cricket team,   Pak cricket,  
India men lose 2-4 to Netherlands in European Tour

India men lose 2-4 to Netherlands in European Tour

18 Apr 2014

New Delhi: India fought hard before slumping to its second defeat of the European tour, losing 2-4 to The Netherlands at The Hague.

European Tour,   The Hague,   indian hockey team,   word hockey,   hockey india,  
Uruguay not among world's elite, says coach

Uruguay not among world's elite, says coach

24 Apr 2014

Montevideo: Copa America champions Uruguay are fifth in the FIFA rankings, finished fourth at the 2010 World Cup and in Luis Suarez have one of the world's deadliest strikers, but coach Oscar Washington Tabarez does not rate his side among the elite football nations.

FIFA rankings,   Copa America champions,   team Uruguay,   2010 World Cup,   Luis Suarez,   Oscar Washington Tabarez,   Cesare Prandelli,  

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