——Defending champs Christianburg/Wismar through to fifth consecutive finals appearance
Defending three-time champs Christianburg/Wismar sealed their fifth consecutive finals appearance, crushing Waramadong Secondary 4-0 in their semi-final affair when the fifth annual Digicel Secondary Schools championship continued yesterday.
Chase Academy became only the second Georgetown team to qualify for the finale of the Digicel Secondary School Championships, downing Annai Secondary in their semi-final encounter 3-1 yesterday at the Leonora Sports Facility.
The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has approached the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to play a series of limited overs matches before the September 30 Champions Trophy cut off date, so that they stand a chance of making the cut.
BUENOS AIRES, (Reuters) – Argentine football great Diego Maradona said yesterday he wants to fight the “mafia” responsible for the corruption scandal that has rocked FIFA, but he stopped short of saying he wants to be the next president of global soccer’s governing body.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Jul 29, CMC – Captain Joelisa Cooper says Trinidad and Tobago still need to address the mental side of their game, as they prepare for a challenging campaign in the Netball World Cup next month.
BRISTOL, England, CMC – Leeward Islands left-hander Chesney Hughes failed for the third time in four days in the Royal London Cup as Derbyshire suffered an unlucky six-wicket defeat to Gloucestershire here yesterday.
(Reuters) – The English FA have thrown their weight behind Michel Platini’s bid to succeed Sepp Blatter as FIFA president.
“We support Michel Platini’s candidacy,” FA chairman Greg Dyke said in a statement.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Fears about Rory McIlory’s participation in the U.S. PGA Championship increased yesterday after the injured world number one withdrew from next week’s PGA Tour event, the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
BIRMINGHAM, (Reuters) – Bowling 33 overs without success in England’s second test defeat by Australia at Lord’s knocked the confidence of paceman James Anderson who returned to form with a bang yesterday.