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Sunday, November 9, 2003


Musashimaru winning
again in Kyushu


Musashimaru, or Hawaii's Fiamalu Penitani, won his first match since July with an oshidashi (frontal push out) against Takamisakari today at the Kyushu sumo tournament in Fukuoka, Japan.

Musashimaru, one of two yokozunas, has not completed a tournament since last year's Aki basho.

Musashimaru drew a good pair of rikishi to start the tournament with, as he is 4-1 against Takamisakari after his win today and has never lost to tomorrow's opponent, Kyokutenho, in 10 meetings.


Day 1


Winners
Losers
Yotsukasa (1-0) Tamarikido (0-1)
Toyozakura (1-0) Dejima (0-1)
Otsukasa (1-0) Tamakasuga (0-1)
Kotonowaka (1-0) Takanowaka (0-1)
Wakatoba (1-0) Takekaze (0-1)
Jumonji (1-0) Tochisakae (0-1)
Shimotori (1-0) Kakizoe (0-1)
Kasuganishiki (1-0) Buyuzan (0-1)
Hokutoriki (1-0) Kotoryu (0-1)
Kinkaiyama (1-0) Tokitsuumi (0-1)
Kyokushuzan (1-0) Takanonami (0-1)
Miyabiyama (1-0) Asasekiryu (0-1)
Tamanoshima (1-0) Kyokutenho (0-1)
Wakanosato (1-0) Aminishiki (0-1)
Tosanoumi (1-0) Musoyama (0-1)
Toki (1-0) Kaio (0-1)
Tochiazuma (0-1) Kotomitsuki (0-1)
Chiyotaikai (1-0) Tochinonda (0-1)
Musashimaru (1-0) Takamisakari (0-1)
Asashoryu (1-0) Iwakiyama (0-1)



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