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NZ series camp ends with injuries to Misbah, Tanvir

NZ series camp ends with injuries to Misbah, Tanvir

LAHORE: The camp training of the New Zealand bound Pakistan cricket team ended here on Wednesday with injuries to Sohail Tanvir and Test captain Misbahul Haq.
The injury to Misbah was of minor nature but left-arm bowler Sohail Tanvir has been ruled out of the tour to New Zealand with a knee injury. Pakistan team manager Intikhab Alam said: “He tried his best in the camp but is not fit enough to carry on. He requires time to recover.” “The injury to Misbah is of minor nature and

Hjorth ends win drought while Tseng, Shin take awards

ORLANDO: Sweden’s Maria Hjorth fired a par-72 final round on Sunday to capture her first LPGA title since 2007, winning the season-ending Tour Championship by one stroke from South Korean Amy Yang. Hjorth’s fourth career LPGA crown was her first since the 2007 Navistar Classic and only her second since 1999.
The outcome secured the LPGA Player of the Year award for Taiwan’s Yani Tseng and year-end world number one status for South Korean Jiyai Shin, as rivals were unable to

Asia victory ends longest title drought

TALKING SPORT: The 1994 World Cup was the last title victory for Pakistan and they had not won the Asiad gold since 1990. In fact, the greenshirts had not been able to reach the final at the Asian games since then. Astonishing as Pakistan in nine appearances till 1990 had won the gold seven times and were the silver medallists on other two occasions.
All this makes the gold medal at the 2010 Asiad a real special one. It has ended the longest title drought in Pakistan’s hockey

McCullum hits double-ton as Test ends in draw

HYDERABAD: Opener Brendon McCullum smashed a career-best 225 to help New Zealand draw the second Test against world number one India on Tuesday. McCullum, playing his 54th Test, unleashed 22 fours and four sixes during his nine-hour innings as the tourists declared at their tea score of 448-8 on the fifth and final day of the match at the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium.
That left India, who made 472 in their first innings in reply to New Zealand’s 350, with an improbable target of scoring

BSO-A ends media boycott

QUETTA: The Baloch Student Organisation-Azad (BSO-A) announced to ‘conditionally’ end its three-day long boycott of local and national dailies on Wednesday evening after receiving assurances from the Balochistan Editor Council and representatives of news channels that the province’s issues will be highlighted in their papers and convey their grievances to their respective headquarters.
The Quetta Press Club (QPC) facilitated the meeting between BSO-A spokesman Salam Sabir and