DUBAI, (Reuters) – South Africa’s Richard Sterne fired a scintillating 10-under-par 62 in the Dubai Desert Classic first round yesterday to overshadow a fine start to the season by world number eight Lee Westwood.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC-Discarded West Indies cricketer, Jason Mohammed, says he has been working overtime in an effort to repeat the performance that earned him man of the series in the 2011 Regional Super50 tournament.
Saturday night’s semi-final football matches at the Buxton Ground can be termed a night of upsets.
Buxton United and Amelia’s Ward United pulled off upsets of epic proportions in this year’s 23rd Kashif and Shanghai Football tournament by toppling favourites, Alpha United and Pele to book places in the January 1 final.
The tributes presented a wide range of personifications.
To those who knew him, played with and against him and worked alongside him, Tony Greig was, at one and the same time, ‘combative’, ‘controversial’, ‘spirited’, ‘knowledgeable’, ‘opinionated’, ‘entertaining’, ‘self-confident’.
Sir Garry Sobers on Saturday described Tony Greig, who died of a heart attack in Sydney, Australia, aged 66, as “the kind of cricketer you would always want in your team.”
All-rounder Greig, a former England captain and one of the movers behind the formation of Kerry Packer’s World Series Cricket in 1977, was in the World team under Sobers against Australia
Following her recent success in Trinidad national junior player Chelsea Edghill is upbeat about her prospects for 2013.
In her first interview since tasting success in the women’s singles at the Reliability and Maintenance Super Singles tournament in Trinidad and Tobago, Edghill told Stabroek Sport that
The Young Warrior Cricket Club of Cumberland Village, East Canje, Berbice has expressed disappointment over the omission of batsmen Richard Ramdeen and Gajanand Singh from the national Twenty20 side which will compete in the West Indies Cricket Board’s T20 tournament early next year.