Daily Sports Digest June 12
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Two more Egyptians qualify for Rio Olympics: Kingfut.com

Egyptian swimmer Reem Kassem has qualified for the 10km swimming marathon in the Rio 2016 Olympics, while Anas Beshr will compete in the 400m track event. Kassem clocked 2:00:13.20 in the women’s 10km race at the FINA marathon swimming Olympic Games qualification tournament in Setubal, Portugal on Saturday.


Al-Ahly heads to Alexandria to face Al-Masry in Egyptian premier league: YOUM7

Al-Ahly will head to Alex Sunday evening to face Al-Masry on Monday in a delayed match from the 24th week of the Egyptian Premier League.


Ramadan Sobhy receives official offer from Stoke City: Kingfut.com

Stoke City have made an official bid for Al-Ahly youngster Ramadan Sobhy in order to acquire the winger’s services this summer. An official offer was made after scouts monitored Sobhy during two Egyptian Premier League matches this season.


Zamalek beat El-Shorta 3-2, send El-Shorta to second division: Ahram online

Zamalek kept their Egyptian Premier League hopes alive with a 3-2 victory against Ittihad El-Shorta Saturday. Despite a late scare from El-Shorta’s Saied Kamal and Salah Rico who secured a goal each, Zamalek sent their opponents to the second division. El-Shorta became the third team to suffer relegation, after Haras El-Hodood and Ghazl El-Mahalla, and are currently placed third from bottom with 22 points, ten behind Aswan with three matches to go.


Al-Ahly striker Amr Gamal misses Al-Masry clash due to a nose injury: Ahram online

Al-Ahly striker Amr Gamal will miss Monday’s Egyptian league match against the Port Said based Al-Masry due to nose surgery, Ahram Sport reported on Saturday. “Gamal will undergo minor surgery on his nose on Sunday and won’t be available for Monday’s league match against Al-Masry,” Ahram Sport explained.

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