Daily Archives: April 20, 2013

Arsenal gun down Fulham

Arsenal returned to third place in the Premier League table with a 1-0 win at 10-man Fulham on Saturday, while Reading and Queens Park Rangers slipped ever closer to relegation.

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Flying winger Injera returns to the fold

Kenya Sevens coach Mike Friday on Saturday unveiled two teams for the Confederation of Africa Rugby Sevens in Mombasa and International Rugby Board World Sevens Series final legs in Glasgow and London.

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Leopards, Tusker thriller ends even, Sofapaka new table leaders

It was a game oftwo halves, Tusker enjoying the first period but Leopards dominating the second especially in the final 30 minutes where they had several scoring chances.

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Kakamega High retain rugby title, Upper Hill take basketball crown

Defending champions Kakamega High on Saturday retained the boys’ rugby title after defeating St Mary’s Yala 18-3 ion a tough final as curtains came down on the Brookside Kenya secondary schools Term One championships at Mang’u High School.

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IPL rookies Sunrisers pick up fifth win

The rookies and underdogs of the Pepsi Indian Premier League T20 cricket tournament, Sunrisers Hyderabad, registered their fifth win in seven matches on Friday evening when they beat Kings XI Punjab by five wickets in Hyderabad to rise to the top of the nine-team points table.

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Rosberg blazes Bahrain track

German driver Nico Rosberg will start from pole for the seventh time in his career after posting the fastest time in qualifying yesterday for today’s Bahrain Grand Prix.

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World record could come down on Sunday

Hopes for a world record are very much alive when a stellar cast takes to the streets of the English capital for today’s London Marathon.

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Impressive Kathoka claims 5000m at Mombasa AK meeting

Titus Kathoka of Machakos Athletics Club clocked three minutes, 51.3 seconds to win the men’s 1,500 meters race at the fifth National Bank of Kenya/AK Athletics weekend meeting at Shanzu Teachers College in Mombasa on Saturday.

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Races to honour Boston victims

The running world will today be united in memory of the Boston Marathon bombing victims when the London and Hamburg marathons are held.

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African Judo championship kicks off in Maputo

The Mozambican capital Maputo on Thursday host the African Judo championship with 200 athletes from 28 African countries eyeing to be qualified for the slots to the 2016 Olympics in Brazil.

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Brazilian treasury blocks Dede transfer

Brazil international defender Dede has had his seven million US-dollar move from Vasco da Gama to Cruzeiro blocked by the country’s treasury department.

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Prandelli warns Balotelli to be calm

Italy head coach Cesare Prandelli has warned Mario Balotelli that he will have to learn how to deal with provocation if he is to have a future in the game.

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A once orderly, working class area now at the end of its tether

In his autobiography, Lee Iacocca, once president of the Ford Motor Company, wrote that when some of his relatives from Italy visited him and took in the opulent luxury of his office suit, they thought they had died and gone to heaven.

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Coach Mukula’s epic struggle to save Muthurwa Social Hall, the veritable breeding ground of Kenyan boxers

For Charles Mukula, the price of saving teenagers from the scourge of child prostitution and drug abuse and helping to ensure that the national boxing team has a steady supply of young blood is sleeping with his eyes wide open.

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