Despite securing a 5-4 win over Agricola in their final group-A fixture, Queen Street Tiger Bay failed to join the likes of Sparta Boss and Festival City in the knockout round as they were bundled out of the inaugural GT Beer Futsal Championship on Sunday.
COLOMBO, (Reuters) – India stood seven wickets away from a series-clinching victory after setting Sri Lanka a formidable 386-run victory target on the penultimate day of the third and final test yesterday.
CAPE TOWN, Aug 31 (Reuters) – Australia and England might have the Ashes but India and South Africa have evoked the memory of two iconic historical figures to name future cricket series between the two countries.
Keeve Allicock’s opportunity to add more substance to his professional boxing ledger was today dealt a minor blow with the announcement that upcoming foe, Stephan Gouveia, had to withdraw from their September 26 bout due to work commitments.
The recently-concluded seven-week table tennis camp which was conducted by the Ministry of Education/Department of Culture, Youth and Sport/National Sports Commission in collaboration with the Guyana Table Tennis Association was deemed a success.
SPANISH TOWN, Jamaica, CMC – Hosts Jamaica captured the Caribbean Zonal Volleyball (CAZOVA) Under-19 boys’ title in style here Sunday night when they stormed to a three-set victory over defending champions Barbados.
BEIJING, China, CMC – Jamaica’s distance relay team were left hurting after missing out on a medal on the final day of the IAAF World Championships on Sunday but has already turned its attention to next year’s Olympics in Rio.
CAPE TOWN, (Reuters) – Australia and England might have the Ashes but India and South Africa have evoked the memory of two iconic historical figures to name future cricket series between the two countries.
Even if it was just for one day, Just Call Me Boss was in charge of all local thoroughbreds.
Yesterday, the Dark Brown Gelding galloped to a shocking gate to pole victory in the feature C and Lower, eight furlong event of the President’s Cup staged at the Rising Sun Turf Club.
BEIJING, (Reuters) – Asbel Kiprop produced a trademark sprint finish to win a third straight 1,500 metres gold and ensure Kenya topped the medals table at successive world championships after the final night of action yesterday.