Los Angeles: Indian golfer Aditi Ashok carded a disappointing 2-over 73 in the final round to finish tied-39 at the HUGEL Air Premia LA Open here. Aditi, who has made every cut this year, seemed well placed after a third round 69 but four bogeys against two birdies meant a slip down the leaderboard on a sunny and breezy day. Canadian Brooke Henderson, who started the day four shots behind leader Jessica Korda, won the title by one shot.
Gran Canaria (Spain)
All four Indians miss cut in Spain
The Indian challenge at the Gran Canaria Lopesan Open ended with the quartet of Ajeetesh Sandhu, Shubhankar Sharma, Gaganjeet Bhullar and SSP Chawrasia missing the cut.
Gangjee falters on front-nine, finishes tied-47th
India’s Rahil Gangjee faltered on the front-nine on the final day and slipped from tied-18th to tied-47th in Kansai Open Golf Championship here today. Gangjee carded a 5-over. Rikuya Hoshino won the title.
Pakistan beat Zimbabwe by 24 runs to win T20 series
Mohammad Rizwan hammered an unbeaten 91 and Hasan Ali took four wickets to lead Pakistan to a 24-run victory over Zimbabwe in the third and final T20 International here today. Rizwan battled through the 20 overs after Pakistan won the toss, helping his side to 165/3 on a slow surface. Zimbabwe replied with 141/7, falling well short of the target as Pakistan claimed a 2-1 victory in the series. Hasan took a career-best 4-18.
SL vs Bangla: Dull draw after tons of runs
The bat-dominated opening Test between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh ended in a dull draw with rain wiping out the final session today. Only 17 wickets fell over five days and 1,289 runs were scored on a flat track as two batsmen from each side notched up individual hundreds. Bangladesh posted 541/7 declared with Najmul Hossain Shanto (163) making his maiden Test century and captain Mominul Haq (127) his first overseas hundred. Dimuth Karunaratne led the hosts’ reply with a career-best 244 as Sri Lanka posted 648/8. Agencies