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Thursday, September 11, 2003


Only 2 remain undefeated


TOKYO >> The pack of unbeatens at the Autumn Grand Sumo Tournament was pared today from five to two.

Kakizoe lost to Aminishiki; Chiyotaikai lost to Hokutoriki; and Kaio fell to Takamisakari.

The losses leave Asashoryu and Tamanoshima as the leaders, with five sumotori a win back.

Yokozuna Musashimaru, or Hawaii's Fiamalu Penitani, is sitting out the tournament.

Day 5

Wakanoyama (3-2) def. Ushiomaru (1-4)
Yotsukasa (3-2) def. Asanowaka (2-3)
Otsukasa (3-2) def. def. Tamarikido (3-2)
Aminishiki (4-1) def. Kakizoe (4-1)
Kinkaiyama (2-3) def. Wakatoba (2-3)
Shimotori (2-3) def. Jumonji (2-3)
Tamanoshima (5-0) def. Dejima (2-3)
Buyuzan (2-3) def. Kaiho (1-4)
Iwakiyama (2-3) def. Kyokushuzan (2-3)
Takanonami (2-3) def. Tochisakae (0-5)
Tokitsuumi (2-3) def. Kotomitsuki (3-2)
Kotoryu (3-2) def. Kasuganishiki (2-3)
Miyabiyama (3-2) def. Asasekiryu (2-3)
Wakanosato (3-2) def. Tosanoumi (1-4)
Tochiazuma (4-1) def. Toki (2-3) def.
Kyokutenho (2-3) def. Musoyama (1-4)
Hokutoriki (2-3) def. Chiyotaikai (4-1)
Takamisakari (3-2) def. Kaio (4-1)
Asashoryu (5-0) def. Tochinonada (2-3)



For more sumo information online, try:
Da Kine Sumo E-zine
Grand Sumo Home Page
CyberSumo
Kyodo News Service
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