Issue: June 07, 2011   (Archive)
Thursday, November 26, 2015   

On right track
Batsman Mark Chapman believes Hong Kong cricketers are progressing well at the international level and will express themselves when they feature in next year's World Twenty20 in India.

Goals galore as Barca and Bayern march on
Holders Barcelona celebrated qualifying for the last 16 of the Champions League with another stunning display, Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi each scoring two goals in a 6-1 win over Roma.

Record tumbles for unbeaten Warriors
Stephen Curry scored 24 points as the Golden State Warriors set a record for the longest unbeaten start to an NBA season with a 111-77 rout of the visiting Los Angeles Lakers.

Suspected leader of match-fix ring freed
A Singaporean accused of leading the world's largest football match-fixing syndicate was freed after a surprise court ruling, seen as a blow to efforts to rid global sport of corruption.

United pair back in training for PSV clash
Manchester United strikers Wayne Rooney and Anthony Martial both returned to training ahead of tomorrow's (HK time) Champions League match with PSV Eindhoven at Old Trafford.

Evergrande sued by angry sponsor for dumping kit in final
The car company that sponsors the shirts of Asia's newly crowned football champions Guangzhou Evergrande has launched legal action against the club for changing their kit for the AFC Champions League final last weekend.

Life ban sought
Fifa's ethics watchdog wants Michel Platini banned for life over a suspect payment, the European football chief's lawyer said.

Beem grabs chance to play in HK
One month ago Rich Beem gave up his spot at the Hong Kong Open at the last minute to help a fellow pro. Now he gets a chance to make up for lost time after signing on to play at the Ageas Hong Kong PGA Championship in January.

`Amazing' James joins Robertson on elite list as Cavs beat Magic
LeBron James joined Oscar Robertson on an exclusive NBA list and Kevin Love scored a season-high 34 points as the Cleveland Cavaliers remained unbeaten at home with a 117-103 win over the Orlando Magic.

Apology is not enough, angry fans tell Chinese FA
Chinese football authorities have apologized for the national team's poor showing in 2018 World Cup qualifying, but fans denounced their remorse as missing the goal.

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