The Indianapolis Colts (6-3) will be looking to bounce back this week following their shock 38-8 drubbing at the hands of St. Louis Rams in Week 10. The Colts are still the overwhelming favourites in the race for the AFC South and will look to give their chances a huge boost when they take on their top challengers for that place, the Tennessee Titans (4-5) on Thursday night in Nashville (8:25 pm ET, NFL Network). The Titans themselves come into this game after having suffered a disappointing narrow 29-27 loss to basement dwelling Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has appointed former South Australia batsman Shane Alan Deitz as the Head Coach of the National Women’s Team. Under the initial agreement the 38-year-old will stay in charge of the Women’s Team until the end of the ICC World Twenty20, Bangladesh 2014.
A second straight century by Heino Kuhn carried The Unlimited Titans to a five-wicket victory over the Sunfoil Dolphins at Sahara Stadium Kingsmead on Tuesday and a place in the Momentum One-Day Cup final against the Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras at Sahara Park Newlands on Friday.
Cricket Australia (CA) has announced that Western Australian batsman Adam Voges has been ruled out of the CA Invitational XI to take on England at the Sydney Cricket Ground tomorrow due to a lower back complaint. He has been replaced in the side by 20-year-old New South Wales batsman Kurtis Patterson.
The International Tennis Federation announced today that Nuria Llagostera Vives has been found to have committed an Anti-Doping Rule Violation under Article 2.1 of the Tennis Anti-Doping Programme (presence of a Prohibited Substance in a Player’s Sample).
Lotus F1 Team announced today that former world champion Kimi Räikkönen will miss the final two races of the 2013 Formula 1 season to undergo, and recover from, back surgery. The team will make an announcement about the replacement driver for the United States and Brazilian Grands Prix in due course.
The Australian Fast5 Flyers have claimed the silver medal at the 2013 Fast5 Netball World Series after going down to the New Zealand Fast5 Ferns 56-27 at Vector Arena, Auckland, on Sunday. New Zealand successfully defended its title courtesy of a 34-point power play in the third quarter while the result is Australia’s highest finish at the tournament, surpassing their bronze medals in 2009 and 2011.
Australia is through to its first ever Netball World Series Grand Final after the Fast5 Flyers beat the Jamaica Sunshine Girls 27-25 in the semi-final at Vector Arena in Auckland on Sunday.
- Netball: Flyers draw secures semi-final spot on Sunday
- Proteas claim thrilling victory over Australian Flyers
- Watson making speedy recovery from muscle strain
- Netball: New Zealand super shooting downs Flyers
- Flyers remain undefeated with victory over Malawi
- Australian Flyers open Fast5 campaign with record victory
- Momentum One-Day Cup: Play-off Phase starts now for Dolphins
- Momentum One-Day Cup: Cobras secure prime position
- Momentum One-Day Cup: Titans set up intriguing finale
- I-League: Pune FC down Bengaluru 1-0
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