Sports Current Affairs- March 25, 2021
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1- Debutant Pathum Nissanka’s maiden Test century, 103 runs, helped Sri Lanka score 476 runs and post a target of 375 for the hosts West Indies.
2-The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has been mulling to give IPL teams stakes in The Hundred, an upcoming tournament to be played in a new, 100-ball format.
3-Former cricketer Suresh Raina, representing India for 13 years, has come forward to support blood cancer patients.
4-Ashwini Ponnappa and Sikki Reddy have reached the women’s doubles quarter-finals of the Orleans Masters Super 100 tournament.
5-The torch relay for Tokyo Olympic Games began its 121-day journey.
6- Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi said Cricket between Pakistan and India are very important.
7-Russian star Daniil Medvedev said World No.2 position has given him some energy.
8-Shreyas Iyer to exit India’s three-match ODI series against England after shoulder injury.
9-England all-rounder Chris Woakes will miss New Zealand Test if Delhi Capitals (DC) reach the Indian Premier League (IPL) final.
10-Chennai Super Kings (CSK) to shift the Indian Premier League (IPL) preparatory camp to Mumbai from Chennai.
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11- Chennai Super Kings (CSK) has signed up Afghan pacer Fazalhaq Farooqi as net bowler.
12-Para shooter Sidhartha Babu won a bronze as India won seven medals, including two gold medals, played at the Al Ain 2021 Shooting World Cup in Al Ain (UAE).
13- Pace bowler M. Prasidh Krishna claimed four wickets for 54 on debut in the first ODI against England.
14-India’s Saina Nehwal reached quarter-finals Orleans Masters badminton defeating France’s Marie Batomene.
15-The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) are likely to star The Hundred, an innovative league in England. They have been reportedly luring the Indian Premier League (IPL) franchises.
16-PCI- The Paralympic Committee of India
17-Naveen Dagar, the 2014 Asian Games bronze medallist in 3000 metres steeplechase, is ruled out for entire year, due to fractures in the shinbone of his left leg.
18-Indian women’s sports pistol team comprising Rahi Sarnobat, Manu Bhaker, and Chinki Yadav won gold again in the women’s 25m pistol team event of the World Cup in New Delhi.
19-England captain Eoin Morgan is out of 2nd ODI due to injury; Buttler to lead the final two One-Day Internationals against India in Pune.
20-India batsman KL Rahul said he needed time in the middle to get back to form.
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21-Wheelers XI beat Beas XI by 26 runs in the 6th Divyang Cricket League.
22-Members of the Indian team are not getting 15-day break to join the Indian Premier League (IPL) that starts on April 9.
23-The Sports Authority of India (SAI) Academy won sub-junior women’s academy hockey title defeating Odisha Naval Tata in Bhubaneswar.
24-Jharkhand won 11th Sub-Junior Men’s National Hockey title at Jind (Haryana).