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  • Sri Lanka hammer England as Pakistan falter at ICC World Cup
    Sri Lanka hammer England as Pakistan falter at ICC World Cup

    England's hopes of reaching the quarter-finals were left hanging by a thread as Sri Lanka inflicted their third crushing defeat of the World Cup on Sunday, while Pakistan began a salvage operation with a tense 20-run win over Zimbabwe. Sri Lanka cruised to a seemingly stiff target of 310 for the loss of just one wicket with 16 balls to spare as Lahiru Thirimanne (139 not out), and Kumar Sangakkara (117 not out) shared an unbroken second-wicket partnership of 212 in Wellington. Yet Sangakkara insisted he still planned to retire from white-ball cricket after the World Cup as he was "getting old". "Everything I tried came off," he said after a win that left 1996 champions Sri Lanka, losing finalists at the last two World Cups, on course for the last eight.

  • Soccer-La Liga results and standings

    March 1 (Infostrada Sports) - Results and standings from the La Liga matches on Sunday Sunday, March 1Eibar 0 Athletic Club 1 Real Madrid 1 Villarreal 1 Sevilla 0 Atletico Madrid 0 Valencia 2 Real Sociedad 0 Saturday, February 28Granada CF 1 Barcelona 3 Malaga 3 Getafe 2 Rayo Vallecano 4 Levante 2 Almeria 0 Deportivo Coruna 0 Friday, February 27Espanyol 1 Cordoba 0 Standings P W D L F A Pts 1 Real Madrid 25 20 1 4 75 23 61 2 Barcelona 25 19 2 4 70 15 59 3 Atletico Madrid 25 17 3 5 50 22 54 -------------------------4 Valencia 25 16 5 4 45 21 53 -------------------------5 Sevilla 25 14 4 7 42 30 ...

  • Harrington grabs lead at storm-struck PGA event
    Harrington grabs lead at storm-struck PGA event

    Ireland's Padraig Harrington completed a four-under par 66 Saturday to seize a one-stroke lead over American Patrick Reed after the second round of the storm-hit US PGA Tour's Honda Classic. Thunderstorms on Friday pushed the conclusion of the second round to Saturday morning and they returned Saturday afternoon to swamp the course at PGA National, wiping out play early. Harrington, a three-time major champion who has slid to 297th in the world rankings, could have enjoyed a larger margin but a bogey-bogey finish left him on seven-under 133 after 36 holes. "At times I get lost and distracted from the process," Harrington said.

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