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Kings down Arabians; Legends rout Pakhtoons
Sharjah: Eion Morgan hit a blitzkrieg 53 after Sohail Tanveer claimed three wickets to help Kerala Kings set up a five-wicket victory over Maratha Arabians in the first semi-final of the T10 Cricket League (TCL) on Sunday. Chasing a modest total of 97, Kings lost their first wicket with 16 runs on the board. But England captain Morgan and Ireland’s Paul Sterling shared a 77-run stand for the second wicket to all but end the hopes
 
 
Axelsen defends title in Dubai; Sindhu falls to Yamaguchi
Dubai: World champion Viktor Axelsen brought down the curtains on the Dubai World Superseries Finals title on Sunday, taking his second successive title, outplaying Malaysia’s Lee Chong Wei in an 84-minute long Men’s Singles final, 19-21 21-19 21-15. But it was disappointment for the thousands of Indian fans as Japan’s Akane Yamaguchi claimed the Women’s Singles crown in an engrossing final, beating India’s golden girl Pusarla V S
   
Strong field for UIM-ABP Aquabike World C’ship finale
SHARJAH: The UIM-ABP Aquabike World Championship will play out the final and most crucial act of the 2017 season when the elite riders competing in the world’s most prestigious jet ski championship battle it on Khalid Lagoon at this week’s Grand Prix of Sharjah. Heading into the final round the most coveted titles in international jet ski competition are all up for grabs with 60 riders from 25 countries, including the UAE’s
 
 
Ajjaj pips Shamikh for hard-fought win at Al Ain meet
Al Ain: Saturday’s meeting at Al Ain was highlighted by Round 1 of the Al Ain Marathon Series, a handicap over 2600m and which produced a titanic battle between Ajjaj and Shamikh Al Wathba who had the race between themselves throughout the final 200m. The former, who was under pressure a long way out under Champion Jockey Richard Mullen, just as he had been when winning on this course over 1800m eight days ago, hit the front early
   
Towl clinches first Spartan Women’s Sprint
DUBAI: Jess Towl, a former pro triathlete and an in-demand crossfit coach, put her extensive experience to use, bagging the top honours at the XDubai Spartan Women’s Sprint, the first ladies-only Spartan race in the Middle East and Africa region that was held at the Jebel Ali Race Course on December 16. Organised by Spartan Arabia, in cooperation with Dubai Sports Council, the Sprint race attracted more than 1,000 participants, ma
 
 
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