National star cyclist, Robin Persaud brought the curtain down on the 31st annual Independence three-stage road race with a victory yesterday but it was Barbadian teenager, Jamol Eastmond who took the overall honours.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – West Indies will kick off their preparation for next month’s Champions Trophy in England, when they embark on a five-day camp at the High Performance Centre at the 3Ws Oval starting here today.
West Front Road needled Broad Street ‘A’ 4-3 on sudden death kicks as action in the Mackeson ‘Keep Your Five Alive’ street football tourney continued at the Punt Trench and School Street Hardcourt, Albouystown on Saturday.
Young Achievers. led by Wendell Austin yesterday spiked their way to 21-8 win against rivals Lusignan Combined as the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) two-day tournament concluded yesterday at the National Gymnasium.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Caribbean Premier League operations manager, Carlisle Powell says the key stakeholders in the six franchise countries, have all thrown their support behind the inaugural tournament which bowls off in July.
SHANGHAI, (Reuters) – Olympic 100 metres champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce eased to victory on a damp evening at the Shanghai Diamond League meeting on Saturday while world champion Carmelita Jeter was stretchered off the track after finishing third.
(Reuters) – The Indiana Pacers will meet the Miami Heat in the National Basketball Association Eastern Conference Finals after they closed out their semi-final series against the New York Knicks in six games with a 106-99 victory on Saturday.
(Reuters) – Arsenal broke the hearts of their arch rivals Tottenham Hotspur yet again yesterday as they claimed the final Champions League spot at their expense on a final day of the Premier League season bursting with goals and goodbyes.
(Cricinfo) Sunrisers Hyderabad yesterday threatened to blaze into the playoffs. They then opened the back door for Royal Challengers Bangalore. Then Darren Sammy danced down the track and lofted Iqbal Abdulla for successive sixes to send the Uppal Stadium into a frenzy.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Stuart Broad took seven wickets to rip through the New Zealand batting order and bowl England to an emphatic 170-run victory on the fourth day of the first test at Lord’s yesterday.