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July 13, 2009 05:27
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Cricket Men's: India 134 - 4, Israel 127 - 10; Australia 175 - 10, S. Africa 179 -5 Futsal Men's: Argentina 1, Brazil 2; Estonia 3, Finland 7; Hungary 1, Russia 17; Denmark 4, Mexico 3; Australia 2, Israel 7; Great Britain 3, Spain 3. Master's: Argentina 0, Israel 2; Germany 0, Spain 4; Great Britain 2, Mexico 1; Brazil 1, Russia 7. Lawn Bowls Men's pairs: Israel A 5, Israel B 23; S. Africa A 17, S. Africa B 8; Australia A 9, Australia B 28; Great Britain A 13, Great Britain B 24; Australia 19, S. Africa 17; S. Africa 7, Great Britain 28; Israel 10, Australia 17; Great Britain 18. Men's trips: Israel A 8, Israel B 17; S. Africa A 13, S. Africa B 30; Australia A 39, Australia B 6; Great Britain A 19, Great Britain B 13; Australia A 17, Israel B 15; Australia B 15, S. Africa A 28; Great Britain A 13, S. Africa B 22; Canada A 18, Great Britain B 10. Women's pairs: Israel A 11, Israel B 15; S. Africa A 14, S. Africa B 17; S. Africa 19, Israel 17; Israel 22, Australia 7; Australia 22, Israel 7. Women's trips: Israel A 18, Israel B 7; S. Africa A 18, S. Africa B 19; Israel 27, S. Africa 12; Australia 6, Israel 34. Rowing Men's: Single sculls - Ryan Strauss ,USA 07:00.33. Pair oars without - Shmuel Zolatriov,ISR 07:18.85 with Anton Vinokur. Double sculls - Gregory Kaplan,USA 06:41.31 with Peter Morelli. Female's: Double sculls - Elizabeth Barnett, USA 07:40.75 with Caroline Post. Pair oars without - Anna Kamerow ,USA 08:06.12 with Caroline Post. Rugby Men's: USA 34, Canada 13; Chile 5, Israel 89. Soccer Men's: Canada 0, Israel 3; Peru 0, USA 4; Mexico 8, Venezuela 1; Brazil 3, France 0; Germany 1, Switzerland 4. Women's: Brazil 0, USA 8; Canada 1, Israel 0; Australia 1, Great Britain 0. Men's Masters 45+: Brazil 0, Great Britain 3; Israel 3, USA 0. Junior Men's (born in 1993/94): Canada 0, USA 0; Germany 0, S. Africa 0; Israel 0, Mexico 0; Brazil 3, Great Britain 0; Australia 2, Belgium 1. Junior Women's: Finland 1, Great Britain 4. Junior Men's (born in 1991/92): France 0, Israel 3; Canada 7, Germany 0; Brazil 0, Russia 1; Argentina 3, Sweden 0; Great Britain 1, USA 1; Holland 0, S. Africa 1.

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