LONDON, (Reuters) – An air of calm, and light rain, descended at Wimbledon yesterday as Serena Williams avoided the trail of destruction that decimated the field at the All England Club on day three of the grasscourt major.
(Reuters) – Australia captain Michael Clarke scored 45 in his first innings for three months and Shane Watson hit a breezy 90 as Australia made good progress in chasing Somerset’s total of 320 in their four-day tour match yesterday.
(Reuters) – Nick Compton has been given a chance to push for selection in the England side to play Australia in the Ashes after being invited to play for Worcestershire against the tourists in their second warm-up match next week, British media have reported.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC- West Indies Head Coach Ottis Gibson and Captain Dwayne Bravo say they are confident the regional side has the strength in the squad to win the CELKON Mobile Cup tri-nation series which starts here tomorrow.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Wimbledon king Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova endured jolting second-round losses to opponents outside the world top 100 in a freakishly dramatic ‘Wednesday Wipeout’ that saw seven players withdraw injured and the draw shredded.
Romario Shepherd-DeJonge’s all-round performance led defending champions GT&T Berbice to victory over Essequibo while Demerara recorded a convincing eight-wicket victory over the President’s XI in the second round of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB)/GTM Under-19 Inter-County Three-Day competition yesterday.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC- Captain Dwayne Bravo says West Indies will attempt to make amends for their disappointing exit from the ICC Champions Trophy when they battle champions India and Sri Lanka in the Celkon Mobile Tri-Nation Tournament starting tomorrow.
Carmel Secondary edged Brickdam Secondary 3-1 on penalty kicks as action in the Digicel/Powerade National U18 Schools Football championships continued at the Ministry of Education ground, Carifesta Avenue yesterday.