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  Korean Club Keen To Hire Nepali Footballers
       KHEM KARKI  
    SEOUL, July 21: The successful two-week preparation campaign in South Korea has not only boosted the morale of Nepal U-16 football team to put up a good performance in the AFC U-16 Championship, but the performance of some of the players has also won the heart of the Korean coach.

South Korean coach Ki Hong Yo, who guided the national team in the 1998 Asian Games, revealed on Monday that the local club, with which he is associated, has expressed desire to hire five Nepali players.

  Gautam Buddha International T20 In October
    KATHMANDU, July 21: Kapilvastu Yuva Cricket Bikas Academy will organize the first Gautam Buddha International Twenty-20 Cricket Tournament in Taulihawa, Kapilvastu from October 12 to 18.

At a press meet held in Kathmandu on Monday, the organizer informed that altogether 12 cricket teams -- six each from Nepal and India -- will participate in the knockout tournament. The matches will be held in Kapilvastu and Taulihawa.

  India Wins 2nd Test By 95, England 223 All Out
    LONDON, July 21: England collapsed from 198-5 to 223 all out, with Ishant Sharma taking seven wickets as India won the second test at Lord´s on Day 5 by 95 runs.

Resuming after lunch on 173-5, Matt Prior made 12 before he was caught by Murali Vijay at deep midwicket off the bowling of Sharma.

  Steyn, Morkel Help South Africa To 153-run Victory
    GALLE, Sri Lanka, July 21: South Africa pace bowlers Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel grabbed four wickets each to lead the tourists to a 153-run win over Sri Lanka on Friday in the first game of their two-test series.

Steyn grabbed 4-45 and Morkel 4-29 as the Proteas bowled out Sri Lanka for 216 on Sunday after being set a target of 370 to win.

  India Takes Control Of 2nd Test, England At 105-4
    LONDON, July 20:  India took control of the second test on Sunday, reducing England to 105-4 at stumps and still needing another 214 runs for an improbable win with one day left.

Chasing a daunting 319, England at one stage lost three wickets for two runs — including that of struggling captain Alastair Cook for 22 — on the fourth day at Lord´s.

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