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March 15, 2007

أفضل عشر أغاني عربية حالياً


1. هيفاء وهبي: نوتي
2. حسين الجاسمي: بحبك وحشتيني
3. تامر حسني: بعيش
4. شادي أسود: زعلاني مني
5. مادلين مطر: بتلون ليه علي
6. محمد حماقي: أحلى حاجة فيكي
7. رولا: عن اذنك يامعلم
8. إيهاب توفيق: جت بظروفها
9. جوزيف عطية: لاتروح
10. لؤي: آه ياشوق

إستمع وشاهد أحدث الأغاني العربية

Ahli edge closer to league title



Ahli moved a step closer towards a third consecutive Egyptian league title following a 2-0 win over Masri at Cairo International Stadium on Wednesday.

Islam Al-Shater put the hosts ahead early in the first-half before Angolan striker Flavio Amado ensured the victory seven minutes from time.

The African champions remain on top of the table with 62 points, 11 ahead of second-placed Ismaili who defeated Tersana 1-0 earlier on Wednesday.

The Red Devils needed only five minutes to take the lead through Al-Shater.

The right back slotted the ball from close range after Tunisian midfielder Anis Boujelbene skipped from the right hand side of Masri's area and played a low cross past tricked keeper Haytham Mohamed.

Masri striker Saied Rabie and Ahli winger Tarek Al-Saied both headed for an early bath in the 23rd minute, seeing red cards for a row of pushes.

Ashour Al-Adham struck from the far right six minutes past the half-hour mark but his effort went over the bar of Essam Al-Hadari.

Early In the second period, Ahli substitute Hossam Ashour fired a long range shot that missed the target.

Three minutes later, Ahmed Belal played a neat give-and-go with Emad Meteb but his late cross found no teammates to connect.

Emad Al-Nahhas headed Ahmed Shedid's free-kick straight to the hands of Masri keeper Mohamed on 70 minutes.

Flavio sealed the victory seven in the 83rd minute with a curling shot from inside the area, surpassing teammate Meteb at the top of Egyptian Premier League scoring charts with 17 goals.

Oumarou Sanda missed the chance to grab a consolation goal for Masri deep into stoppage time from as his close-range effort went poorly into Al-Hadari's hands.

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March 08, 2007

Jara to gain Dubai experience before big ride


Gulf News.com

Dubai: Trainer Kiaran McLaughlin is leaving nothing to chance as he plots a path to glory in the world's richest race, the Group 1 Dubai World Cup.

A former four-time champion trainer in the UAE who now resides in Garden City, New York, McLaughlin is aiming Breeders' Cup sensation Invasor at the $6 million race.

Invasor will be partnered by regular rider Fernando Jara who today gets a chance to familiarize himself with the Nad Al Sheba dirt track.

The 19-year-old from Panama has two rides for champion trainer Doug Watson, a former assistant to McLaughlin.

Jara will be aboard Mutasallil in the Jaguar Trophy, and Carillon in the Al Tayer Motors UAE Oaks (Listed).

Invasor is owned by Shaikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai and Minister of Finance and Industry.

Watson explained: "His Highness Shaikh Hamdan and Kiaran felt Fernando should get a look at the track before Dubai World Cup night, as it differs from the regular American tracks.

"There are mostly two-furlong (around 400 metres) straights in the US, while here it is three furlongs, and the atmosphere will be different for him too.

"They didn't want him to be in awe of the place, but I'm sure he will be fine. I've never met him (before), but he is apparently a lovely guy and looks a great rider already. So I'm really happy I can help out in whatever way I can."

Jara took US racing by storm last year, partnering Invasor to victory in the Group 1 Breeders' Cup Classic - his first ever Breeders' Cup meeting - and also winning the Group 1 Belmont Stakes on Jazil.

This glamorous and exiting event is held at the magnificent Nad Al Sheba Racecourse, which boasts state-of-art facilities including some of the very best hospitality venues. Being the world`s richest horse race, it is an event that attracts the very best horses, jockeys and trainers from all over the world, offering horse racing of the highest calibre.

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March 01, 2007

Ahli edge past stubborn Tersana


Entering the 23rd week of the Egyptian League, Al Ahli leads with the most points, 59 followed by Ismaili and Zamalak, 45 and 43 respectively. The standings for the rest is as follow:

4th Ghazel Mahala with 34 points
5th Harras Al Hodoud
6th Al Gaish, 30 points
7th Petrojet, 30 points
8th Arab Contractors, 30 points
9th ENPPI, 27 points
10th Masri, 25 points
11th Ittihad, 25 points
12th Suez Cement, 23
13th Tersana, 22
14th Asyut Petroleum, 18 points
15th Olumpic, 15 Points
16th Tanta, 14 Points

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