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Australia asks CWG organizers for better treatment at closing ceremony
The Australian Commonwealth team, who were angry after being forced to wait in cauldron-like conditions in the stadium tunnel for an hour before the opening ceremony, have told the Games organisers that they wont put up with more unacceptable treatment at the closing ceremony on Thursday. ANI

Michael Phelps getting serious about golf?
It seems that Olympics champ Michael Phelps is getting serious about golf. ANI

Shooters Tejaswini, Meena win bronze in 50 meter rifle event
Indian shooters Tejaswini Sawant and Meena Kumari won bronze in womens 50 meter Rifle Prone pairs event at the Karni Singh Shooting Range here on Monday. ANI

News from the world of Sports with a special focus on Cricket for October 11, 2010

Australia asks CWG organizers for better treatment at closing ceremony
The Australian Commonwealth team, who were angry after being forced to wait in cauldron-like conditions in the stadium tunnel for an hour before the opening ceremony, have told the Games organisers that they wont put up with more unacceptable treatment at the closing ceremony on Thursday. ANI

Michael Phelps getting serious about golf?
It seems that Olympics champ Michael Phelps is getting serious about golf. ANI

Shooters Tejaswini, Meena win bronze in 50 meter rifle event
Indian shooters Tejaswini Sawant and Meena Kumari won bronze in womens 50 meter Rifle Prone pairs event at the Karni Singh Shooting Range here on Monday. ANI

Fennell says Delhi 'benefitted tremendously' by hosting CWG
Commonwealth Games Federation President Michael Fennell on Monday said New Delhi has benefitted tremendously by hosting the XIXth Commonwealth Games as it got an opportunity to improve the citys infrastructure. ANI

Matthew Hayden launches his biography
Australian cricketer Matthew Hayden launched his revealing and humorous biography titled Last Man Standing on Sunday. ANI

Vijay reprimanded for breach of clothing regulations in Bangalore Test
Indian opener Murali Vijay has received an official reprimand for breaching the ICC Code of Conduct and regulations governing clothing and equipment during the second Test against Australia here on Sunday. ANI

Brit cricket club chief quits 75K pounds job as police launch sex attack probe
An executive at Essex County Cricket Club resigned from his 75,000 pounds-a-year job just days after police started investigating him for sexual assault allegations. ANI

'Fit' Ferdinand asks Capello to return his captain's armband back
Englands ace defender Rio Ferdinand has said that he is fit, and has sent a message to manager Fabio Capello to return the captains job back to him. ANI

China creates 100 police checkpoint 'firewall' month ahead of Guangzhou Asian Games
China has activated 100 police checkpoints on the roads and waterways to host city Guangzhou to form a security firewall, with one month to go before the opening of the 2010 Asian Games. ANI

Sohail's fervent plea to Pak govt. to save 'people's sport' cricket from extinction
Former Pakistani batsman Aamir Sohail has made an appeal to the Pakistan government to check the deteriorating state of affairs of cricket in the country. ANI

Back injury forces Terry out of England- Montenegro tie
A back injury has forced John Terry to remain out of Englands Euro 2012 qualifier against Montenegro tomorrow. ANI

Man U's Neville says City are 'major challengers' for Premier League title
Manchester United star Gary Neville has admitted that rivals Manchester City with their big spending capacity are serious challengers for the Premier League title this season. ANI

Ponting raises 'big question mark' on Pietersen's form ahead of Ashes
Continiuing his pre-Ashes mind battle, Ricky Ponting has said that there is a big question mark over Kevin Pietersen, and predicted England will be nervous about touring Australia this summer. ANI

PCB offers 'olive branch' to 'miffed' Younus
In a bid to resolve its current impasse with Younus Khan, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has reportedly sent a notice to the former captain asking him to contact the board. ANI

Amir Khan slams selectors for allowing 'Delhi CWG success' brother to box for Pak
British boxing ace Amir Khan has slammed Englands boxing selectors after his brother Haroon Khan guaranteed himself a medal at the Delhi Commonwealth Games. ANI

'Under pressure' North satisfied with his timely century
Australias No.6 batsman Marcus North, who after his recent form slump was walking on the razors edge, seems to have cemented his place in the sqaud for time being and is satisfied with his career best 128 runs against India in the Bangalore Test. ANI

Uncapped Oz quick Pattinson out of India tour with back stress fractures
Uncapped Australian fast bowler James Pattinson will return back home from the tour of India after being diagnosed with stress fractures in his back. ANI

Rooney's hooker hunting footballers again?
Wayne Rooneys hooker Jenny Thompson hit the wannabe WAGs circuit with a vengeance at the weekend. ANI

Tendulkar's 49th ton makes him first Indian to score six centuries in a calendar year
Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar raced to his 49th Test century on the third day of the Bangalore Test against Australia on Monday, making him the first Indian to score six centuries in a calendar year. ANI

Saina enters CWG badminton quarter finals
Ace Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal entered the quarter finals in womens single badminton event at the Delhi Commonwealth Games on Monday. ANI

First likely case of doping at CWG: Nigerian 100m gold medallist tests positive
Nigerias womens 100m gold medallist Osayemi Oludamola, who claimed gold after favourite Sally Pearsons disqualification, has reportedly tested positive for a banned substance in what appears to be first case of doping at the Delhi Commonwealth Games. ANI

India on verge of CWG medals record as 16 gold medals at stake on Day 8
With 16 gold medals at stake on the eighth day of the XIXth Commonwealth Games, India would be keen to continue the impressive run as they are on the verge of equalling their best ever Commonwealth Games gold medals record today. ANI

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