All the Results

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All the Results


Cricket

ZIMBABWE

Third one-day international

Zimbabwe v Pakistan

Harare

PAKISTAN

Moh Hafeez c Waller b Vitori 23

Imran Farhat c Chibhabha b C'bura 37

Asad Shafiq st Taibu b Price 51

Younus Khan c and b Jarvis 81

Shoaib Malik c and b Chigumbura 14

Misbah-ul-Haq not out 29

Adnan Akmal not out 24

Extras 11

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Total (for 5 wickets, 50 overs) 270

Falls: 1-45, 2-76, 3-173, 4-211, 5-215.

Did not bat: Sohail Khan, Sohail Tanvir, Aizaz Cheema, Yasir Shah.

Bowling: Vitori 9-1-62-1, Jarvis 10-0-55-1, Chigumbura 9-1-36-2, Price 10-1-48-1, Utseya 10-0-57-0, Masakadza 2-0-10-0.

ZIMBABWE

V Sibanda c sub b Yasir 59

C Chibhabha c Younus b Shoaib 62

B Taylor c Akmal b Cheema 6

H Masakadza c Misbah b Sohail 21

T Taibu c Younus b Yasir 27

M Waller b Cheema 19

E Chigumbura c Shafiq b Cheema 9

P Utseya not out 15

R Price b Cheema 10

K Jarvis b Hafeez 6

B Vitori not out 3

Extras 5

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Total (for 9 wickets, 50 overs) 242

Falls: 1-110, 2-120, 3-133, 4-[degrees], 5-179, 6-196, 7-208, 8-, 9-238.

Bowling: Sohail Tanvir 9-0-54-0, Sohail Khan 9-0-36-1, Mohammad Hafeez 9-0-37-1, Aizaz Cheema 10-1-43-4, Yasir Shah 10-0-51-2, Shoaib Malik 3-0-21-1.

Match result: Pakistan won by 28 runs.

Series result: Pakistan won 3-0.

Cycling

TOUR OF BRITAIN

Fourth stage (Welshpool to Carphilly, Wales, 182km): 1 Thor Hushovd (Nor) 4hr 32min 22sec, 2 Lars Boom (Ned), 3 Cesare Benedetti (Ita), 4 Ian Bibby (Gbr), 5 Boy van Poppel (Ned), 6 Jan Barta (Cze), 7 Stijn Neirynck (Bel), 8 Leopold Konig (Cze), 9 Iker Camano (Esp), 10 Linus Gerdemann (Ger) all same time.

Leading overall standings: 1 Lars Boom (Ned) 12:36:51, 2 Geraint Thomas (Gbr) 12sec behind, 3 Boy van Poppel (Ned) 14sec, 4 Ian Bibby (Gbr) 19sec, 5 Linus Gerdemann (Ger), 6 Daniel Lloyd (Gbr), 7 Stephen Cummings (Gbr), 8 Bertjan Lindeman (Ned), 9 Jan Barta (Cze), 10 Jelle Wallays (Bel) all same time.

Points competition: Lars Boom (Ned) 37, 2 Geraint Thomas (Gbr) 29, 3 Mark Cavendish (Gbr) 26, 4 Ian Bibby (Gbr) 25, 5 Thor Hushovd (Nor) 15, 6 Michael Matthews (Aus) 14, 7 Mark Renshaw (Aus) 14, 8 Linus Gerdemann (Ger) 13, 9 Cesare Benedetti (Ita) 13, 10 Stephen Cummings (Gbr) 12.

King of the mountains: 1 Russell Hampton (Gbr) 39 points, 2 Jonathan Tiernan-Locke (Gbr) 32, 3 Stephen Cummings (Gbr) 21, 4 Pieter Ghyllebert (Bel) 19, 5 Jack Bauer (Nzl) 14, 6 Boy van Poppel (Ned) 12, 7 Andrew Fenn (Gbr) 12, 8 Kristian House (Gbr) 12, 9 Michael Rogers (Aus) 10, 10 Leopold Konig (Cze) 8.

GRAND PRIX DE WALLONIE

Belgium

Single stage (Chaudfontaine to Namur, 203.1km): 1 Philippe Gilbert (Bel) 5:00:08, 2 Julien Simon (Fra) 2sec behind, 3 Bjorn Leukemans (Bel), 4 Bert de Waele (Bel), 5 Davy Commeyne (Bel), 6 Michal Kwiatkowski (Pol), 7 Oscar Freire (Esp), 8 Guillaume Levarlet (Fra), 9 Stefan Denifl (Aut), 10 Maxime Vantomme (Bel) all same time. South African: 85 Jaco Venter 1min 16sec.

Golf

WESTERN CAPE WOMEN'S

COMPETITIONS

King David: WGSA medal: Silver: T Copelowitz 72, B Kaye 79. Bronze, H Lloyd 72, P Marcow 79. Putting: H Lloyd 26. Two-club: D Querido.

Paarl: WGSA medal: Silver: A Lohbauer 73. Bronze: T Viviers 75. Copper: Y Kinghorn 80.

Parow: Stableford: E Hughes 32, M Mackinnon 31, G Otto.

WESTERN PROVINCE WOMEN'S

LEAGUES

A League: Atlantic Beach 2 Rondebosch A2 0, Rondebosch A2 2 Mowbray A2 0, Royal Cape 1 Clovelly 1, Royal Cape 1 Milnerton A2 1, Milnerton A1 2 Mowbray A1 0, Rondebosch A1 1.5 Mowbray A1.5, Milnerton A1 2 Rondebosch A1 0, Clovelly 2 Milnerton A2 0.

A Reserve: Bellville 2 Metropolitan 1, Westlake 3 Milnerton 0, Parow 1. …

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