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The Sydney Morning Herald

US base has Baddeley poised to turn pro

Date: 14/03/2000
Words: 255
          Publication: Sydney Morning Herald
Page: 29
RUGBY

REDS IN DISARRAY

The Queensland Reds were yesterday described as being ``officially in disarray" by their own media manager, Peter Kelly. Injury problems will make it difficult for the Super 12 stragglers to put together a side for the match against Canterbury on Saturday night.

CRICKET

SLIM LEAD

Karachi: Pakistan were 3-88, 29 runs ahead, in their second innings at stumps on the second day of the third Test on Monday, after Sri Lanka were dismissed for 227. And wicketkeeper Moin Khan was appointed Pakistan captain until July13, replacing Saeed Anwar, with Inzamam-ul-Haq as deputy.

SNOWBOARDING

STEGGALL ON COURSE

San Candido, Italy: Zeke Steggall is on track to take Australia's first World Cup snowboarding title after he finished second in a boardercross event on Sunday.

SWIMMING

LEWIS SIGHTS GAMES

Hayley Lewis showed she was ready for Olympic selection with an easy win in the Australian open water 5km championship yesterday.

CRICKET

GANGULY'S TON OF JOY

Jamshedpur: Sourav Ganguly hit a century as India beat South Africa by six wickets in their second one-day game yesterday.

LEAGUE

COACHING GREAT DIES

Legendary coach Bob Bax has died after a long illness. Bax, 74, coached Brothers and Norths in Brisbane between 1956 and 1970, taking nine premierships.

MOTOR SPORT

MAT FINISHES FIRST

Florida: Mat Mladin became the first Australian to win the Daytona 200 Superbike race, with a victory on Sunday.

RUGBY

HURRICANE'S WEEK OFF

Wellington: The New Zealand Rugby Football Union has suspended Hurricanes winger Tana Umaga for a week after he committed a dangerous tackle.

 
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