Sports News – Newsletter for March 2, 2011

There could be a good turnout for England-Ireland match

BANGALORE - The England-Ireland cricket World Cup clash here Wednesday may not be as hyped as Sunday’s India-England tie, yet the Chinnaswamy stadium is expected to have a good turnout. The online portal that sells tickets for all the World Cup matches says tickets, from Rs.500 to Rs.7,500, for Wednesdays day-night clash have been sold ... Original source on Gaea Times at : There could be a good turnout for England-Ireland match.

Sports News – Newsletter for March 1, 2011

Ashley Cole enjoys night out just days after shooting student

LONDON - England football star Ashley Cole was apparently spotted enjoying a wild night out surrounded by gorgeous blonde women just days after he shot a student. The defender looked carefree despite blasting Tom Cowan with a high- powered air rifle, reports the Daily Star. Cole partied with a string of girls just 5 days [..] Read the original article: here.

Sports News – Newsletter for February 28, 2011

Malinga's presence will bolster Sri Lanka's World Cup campaign: Sangakkara

COLOMBO - Sri Lankan skipper Kumara Sangakkara has said that his strike bowler Lasith Malinga’s presence in their World Cup match against Pakistan could have tipped the match in their favour. Sri Lanka had lost the match by a fairly narrow margin of 11 runs. “We can say that we missed Lasith a bit. He is .... Read the original article  : Malinga’s presence will bolster Sri Lanka’s World Cup campaign: Sangakkara.

Sports News – Newsletter for February 27, 2011

Becks tougher than gansters, says tattooist

LONDON - Soccer star David Beckham, who recently revealed his latest body art on Facebook, sat through the 6-hour procedure without flinching, according to his tattooist. Mark Mahoney, who has given inkings to Bruce Willis, Angelina Jolie, Johnny Depp and all the Spice Girls, revealed how the footballer braved the pain. “He was super cool. He hung .... Original article on Gaea Times at  : Becks tougher than gansters, says tattooist.

Sports News – Newsletter for February 26, 2011

Fergie writes off Chelsea's Premier League title challenge

LONDON - Sir Alex Ferguson has written off Chelsea’s Premier League title chances, by saying that either his Manchester United side or Arsenal will snare the title. Speaking ahead of the Man U-Chelsea clash at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday, Ferguson said: “I think either Arsenal or ourselves will win it.” United, who were crowned English champions for ... Read more >>.

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