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PETALING JAYA: Perak’s midfielder D. Kenny Pallraj is good at juggling with a football, and also with his life.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Ranked 22nd in the world, Canada are not expected to go far at the World Cup but they have gone the extra mile in soaking up Japanese culture, with players donning yukata at every chance and trying their hands at traditional rice harvesting.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Fast bowler Nathan Coulter-Nile took three wickets on his return to limited-overs cricket as Australia beat India by three wickets with the final delivery in a low-scoring first Twenty20 international at Visakhapatnam on Sunday.
DURBAN (Reuters) - Sri Lanka's middle-order batsman Kusal Perera scored a brilliant unbeaten century to lead them to a famous one-wicket win over South Africa in a thrilling first test at Kingsmead on Saturday.
LONDON (Reuters) - A shortage of carbon dioxide has hit Britain's biggest brewers and soft drink makers, disrupting production just as drinkers' thirst peaks due to a heatwave and a World Cup soccer tournament in which England is doing unusually well.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's women curlers, dubbed the "Garlic Girls" after their garlic-farming hometown, have become the faces of LG Electronics' new cordless vacuum cleaners.
UISEONG, South Korea (Reuters) - At a high school in Uiseong, South Korea's new capital of curling, more than 300 hundred fans gathered around the big screen to watch their beloved 'Garlic Girls' edge one step closer to an Olympic triumph with a place in the final.
(Reuters) - Britain's Kyle Smith has swapped one family profession for another as he leads the men's curling team at the Pyeongchang Games, leaving behind his dairy and potato farming business.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Swarms of locusts pose a threat to Russia's soccer World Cup as they could attack stadium pitches and cause a "global scandal", an Agriculture Ministry official said on Wednesday.