ANTWERP, BELGIUM, World Champion Jansher Khan of Pakistan overcame a sluggish start to thrash defending champion Ross Norman of New Zealand 810, 94.90.90 in the final of the Belgian Grand Prix Squash Tournament on Sunday,

The top seed’s second title of the year prevented Norman from winning a special diamond studded golden trophy worth 26,000 dollars, to be awarded to the player who wins the tournament three times in five years.

SYDNEY: Australia was forced to follow on by England Captain Mike Gatting after being dismissed for 214 in their first innings on the fourth day of the Bicentennial test on Monday.

The home side failed by 12 runs to reach the target of 216 needed to avoid having to bat again, England scored a massive 425 in their first innings. At lunch Australia were one run for no wicket in their second innings,

GATESHEAD, England: Four antiapartheid demonstrators stepped in front of South Afvicanborn runner Zola Budd at the British cross country trial on Saturday

CHANDIGARG, India: Punjab senior boys and senior girls won top team honors in the athletics events of the 33rd National School Games which concluded here. The team title in the junior boys section was secured by Haryana, while Kerala junior girls emerged as the best team in their category.

ALICESPRINGS, Australia: A four wicket haul by medium pacer Champaka Rmaanayak helped sweep Sri Lanka to a 115run victory in a one day game against a northern territory invitation XI on Saturday.

LONDON, Reuter: Coventry’s love affair with the English Football Association (F.A.) Cup came to a disappointing end ‘on Saturday when they lost at home to a solitary goal scored by Watford substitute treyor senior.

NEW DELHI, India: India ‘will bid to become the first Asian country to stage the Commonwealth Games in 1994, an Indian Olympic Association, official said on Saturday.

Ravi Mehra told Reuters India would formally apply by the March 15 deadline to hold the Games

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