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Canada beats US to seal place in Under-19 World Cup
their spot in next year’s 16-
team Under-19 World Cup
in New Zealand by beating
neighbours United States by
four wickets in the final ICC
Americas qualifier at the To-
ronto Cricket, Skating and
Curling Club on Sunday and
advancing by virtue of a su-
perior net run rate.
Canada, who lost to the US by
four wickets in a low-scoring
match last Tuesday, avenged that
defeat to romp home with more
than 10 overs to spare despite los-
ing both openers for ducks in the
first over of their reply.
Each country finished with
three victories. Bermuda, the third
team in the tournament, finished
bottom of the standings after twice
losing heavily to Canada and the
Canada ended the week-long
tournament with a net run rate
of 1.395 compared to the Amer-
Slow bowlers Rommel Shahzad
and Aran Pathmanathan shackled
the US, who were dismissed for 132
from 47 overs after being sent in,
number four Raymond Ramrattan
top-scoring with 34 from 64 balls.
Off-break bowler Shahzad
claimed an impressive six for 28
from 10 overs while slow left-arm
bowler Pathmanathan picked up
three for 20, also from 10.
The Canadian reply got off to
the worst possible start as medi-
um pacer Keshav Pabbisetty had
captain Bhavindu Adihetty caught
off his fourth ball and bowled Kun-
warpal Chana with his sixth.
Slow left-arm bowler Karthk
Gattepalli, who bowled Khan,
earlier caught and bowled Kavian
Naress for 16 to finish with two for
27 from 9.2 overs.
Besides clinching their place in
next January’s Under-19 World
Cup, Canada have also earned
a spot in the Super50 One-Day
tournament in St Kitts next
Iron Lady seizes the moment
at swimming world champs
BUDAPEST—With Katie Ledecky
getting the night off,Hungary’s Iron
Lady seized the moment yesterday
at the world championships.
Katinka Hosszu lived up to her coun-
try’s enormous expectations with an
electrifying victory in the 200-meter
individual medley, spurred on by a
flag-waving, foot-stomping crowd at
The new 12,000-seat aquatic facility
along the Danube was packed all the way
to the rafters, and it was clear who most
of the fans came to see.
Hosszu didn’t let them down.
“It’s really hard to put into words
what it means to win at home,” she said.
“It definitely gives you extra energy and
motivation. It was just crazy.”
Hosszu led from start to finish in the
race encompassing all four swimming
strokes, finishing off with the freestyle
and a time of 2 minutes, 7.00 seconds.
It was nearly a second slower than her
world-record performance at the Rio
Olympics last summer but enough to
hold off hard-charging Yui Ohashi of
Japan, who settled for silver in 2:07.91.
The bronze went to Madisyn Cox of
the United States in 2:09.71, just ahead
of teammate Melanie Margolis.
After touching the wall, Hosszu
pounded the water, stuck out her
tongue and climbed atop a lane rope
to acknowledge the raucous crowd.
Her husband and coach, Shane Tusup,
pumped his fists and led out a guttural
Katinka Hosszu of Hungary on her way
to win the women’s 200m individual
medley final during the swimming
competitions of the World Aquatics
Championships in the Duna Arena in
Budapest, Hungary, yesterday. AP PHOTO
Man United’s Bailly gets 3-game UEFA ban
NYON—UEFA has suspend-
ed Manchester United de-
fender Eric Bailly from the
season-opening Super Cup
game against Real Madrid and
a Champions League group-
UEFA said Monday its disci-
plinary panel imposed a three-
match ban for violent conduct
on Bailly, who was sent off late
in United’s Europa League sem-
ifinal, second-leg game against
Celta Vigo in May.
United faces Champions
League winner Madrid on August
8 in Skopje, Macedonia.
The Champions League group
stage begins in September, and
United will know its first oppo-
nent when the draw is made in
Monaco on August 24. (AP)
Referee Ovidiu Hategan, second right, shows the red card and sends off
Manchester United’s Eric Bailly, centre. AP PHOTO
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