Indonesia's Inez takes lead at Sembawang
Indonesian golfer Beatrice Inez fired an opening two-under 70 yesterday at the Singapore Ladies' Golf Association Amateur Open.
She leads Singapore's Jen Goh by a single stroke at the Sembawang Country Club.
The World Amateur Golf Ranking event, which ends tomorrow, has attracted 54 women from 10 countries including Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Taiwan and India.
Medical for Cuadrado before Juventus move MILAN • Chelsea forward Juan Cuadrado was set to undergo a medical check-up at Juventus yesterday before joining the Italian side on a season-long loan deal.
He had moved to Stamford Bridge in a €35 million (S$56 million) deal only six months ago from Fiorentina, but has become surplus to requirements under Jose Mourinho.
Sakho denial follows arrest on kill threat
LONDON • Diafra Sakho, 25, of West Ham United, has been arrested on suspicion of witness intimidation and making threats to kill, with the Senegal international's spokesman saying yesterday that the striker denies the allegations.
Scotland Yard said officers made an arrest on Sunday.
Gold medal returned after taxi adventure
BEIJING • Poland's Pawel Fajdek, who won the men's hammer throw world title on Sunday, has retrieved his gold medal with the assistance of police, local media reported yesterday.
He had paid for his taxi fare back to his hotel with his prize after having too much to drink. XINHUA
Jakarta visit not on the cards, say Fifa
JAKARTA • Fifa has dismissed claims by Indonesia that it will visit Jakarta in October with a view to overturning the football ban on the South-east Asian nation for government interference.
The world governing body said yesterday the trip was news to them. REUTERS
Riise the new recruit for Delhi Dynamos
NEW DELHI • Former Liverpool defender John Arne Riise has joined Frenchman Florent Malouda and Brazil legend Roberto Carlos at the Delhi Dynamos for the second season of the Indian Super League.
The former Norway international said yesterday that he was honoured to be teaming up with Carlos for the 10-week tournament.