CT ratings: The rain curtailed final of the recently-concluded ICC Champions Trophy between India and England  has emerged as the highest rated ODI of the year with a stupendous 7.5 TVR on Indian television.
Rasool acknowledged: Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra  congratulated all-rounder Parvez Rasool on Sunday for his selection in the Indian cricket team for the upcoming ODI tour of Zimbabwe.
Ireland face Holland: Ireland and the Netherlands will lock horns in a double header of the ICC World Cricket League Championship in order to ensure their qualification for the 50-over World Cup in 2015.
Morocco win: Tunisia reduced their chances of qualifying for the next African Cup of Nations after losing 0-1. Despite the expulsion of two Moroccan players, the Tunisians did not create any goal scoring opportunities.
Kawauchi triumphs: Japan&’s Yuki Kawauchi levelled a meet record as he claimed the men’s title at the Gold Coast Marathon  Coast on Sunday. Kawauchi came in first with a timing of two hours, 10 minutes and one second.
CT ratings: The rain curtailed final of the recently-concluded ICC Champions Trophy between India and England  has emerged as the highest rated ODI of the year with a stupendous 7.5 TVR on Indian television.
Rasool acknowledged: Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra  congratulated all-rounder Parvez Rasool on Sunday for his selection in the Indian cricket team for the upcoming ODI tour of Zimbabwe.
Ireland face Holland: Ireland and the Netherlands will lock horns in a double header of the ICC World Cricket League Championship in order to ensure their qualification for the 50-over World Cup in 2015.
Morocco win: Tunisia reduced their chances of qualifying for the next African Cup of Nations after losing 0-1. Despite the expulsion of two Moroccan players, the Tunisians did not create any goal scoring opportunities.
Kawauchi triumphs: Japan&’s Yuki Kawauchi levelled a meet record as he claimed the men’s title at the Gold Coast Marathon  Coast on Sunday. Kawauchi came in first with a timing of two hours, 10 minutes and one second.
Afridi in trouble:  Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi and batsman Umar Akmal along with former skipper Shoaib Malik could be reprimanded by PCB for criticising the selection decisions in media.
Podium finish: India&’s Raj Bharath ended with a podium finish in race one while engine issues in race two restricted him to  sixth place in the third round of Formula Masters China in Ordos (China) on Sunday.:  Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi and batsman Umar Akmal along with former skipper Shoaib Malik could be reprimanded by PCB for criticising the selection decisions in media.
Podium finish: India&’s Raj Bharath ended with a podium finish in race one while engine issues in race two restricted him to  sixth place in the third round of Formula Masters China in Ordos (China) on Sunday.
Akash wins: Akash Dingare won the title in the Novice category and S Manthanakumar of Tiruchirapalli in the open section of the First round of the Yamaha-YZF-R15 One Make Race Championship.
Ali scoots home: Muzaffar Ali defeated quite a few fancied rivals, including defending champion Rustom Patel, to become the new winner of the Gulf Monsoon Scooter Rally held in the backwoods of Navi Mumbai.
Armaan does well: Armaan Ebrahim bagged a third place in Pro-Am category and finished 10th overall while compatriot Karun Chandhok came in fourth in the FIA GT World Series on Sunday.
Fred&’s wish: Brazil striker Fred has declared that his wish is to remain atFluminense after reportedly attracting interest from English side, Manchester City. He scored five goals in the Confederatins Cup.
Riders impress: Top Indian riders Rajini Krishnan and S. Sarath Kumar enjoyed a fruitful weekend by winning two races apiece in the first round of the Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship on Sunday.
China win: China whipped Puerto Rico 73-62 here to claim its second consecutive win at the Stankovic Continental Champions Cup basketball tournament. All 12 Chinese players scored in the match.
Chen-Xi triumph: Chinese pair Xue Chen and Zhang Xi beat Karla Borge and Britta Buthe of Germany 18-21, 21-17, 21-19 in a nail-biting final to win the women’s title at the beach volleyball World Championships.
Eguren&’s move: Brazilian football club Palmeiras have signed Uruguay international midfielder Sebastian Eguren. The 32-year-old joined the Sao Paulo-based outfit after rescinding his contract with Libertad.