(Reuters) – Left-arm quick Mitchell Johnson shone with nine wickets in the match as Australia warmed up for the first test against South Africa in Cape Town next week with a comfortable seven-wicket win over South Africa A yesterday.
JOHANNESBURG, (Reuters) – Injured South Africa batsman AB de Villiers’ chances of facing Australia in the first test of the two-match series received a boost on Thursday when he received the all-clear to resume playing.
The Under-20 Lady Jaguars romped to a convincing 7-0 victory over Antigua and Barbuda in the opening Group D qualifying round at Uitvlugt Community Centre Ground yesterday for the 2012 Under-20 World Cup next year in Uzbekistan.
MIRPUR, Bangladesh, CMC – Devendra Bishoo continued the impressive start to his international career, when he finished with career-best bowling, leading West Indies to a 229-run victory in the second Test against Bangladesh yesterday.
Digicel joined the roster of sponsors supporting the 7th Diamond Mineral Water International Hockey Festival, scheduled from December 8-11 at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall (CASH), when it was launched yesterday at the GCC Pavilion.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Sports agent Mazhar Majeed pleaded guilty to spot fixing charges and told a British criminal court that a fourth unnamed Pakistan cricketer was involved with former captain Salman Butt in corrupting the sport, the Press Association reported yesterday.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Doping authorities should bring their rules into line with the International Olympic Committee to prevent convicted cheats competing at the Olympics, former sprint champion Michael Johnson said on Wednesday.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – General Secretary of the Jamaica Cricket Association Fritz Harris said a mediator should be brought in to adjudicate the ongoing dispute between Chris Gayle and the West Indies Cricket Board.
By Iva Wharton
Football clubs participating in the Georgetown Football Association’s Banks DIH President’s Beer League stand to benefit financially, according to Kwabina Griffith, Vice-President with responsibilities for Technical and Tactical Development.
(Trinidad Express) The Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB) has approached the Ministry of Sport for funding to facilitate the preparation of the men’s senior team for the 2012 regional season, which gets underway in early January with the Caribbean Twenty20.
(Trinidad Express) The Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB) has issued a cautious reminder to national cricketers to be mindful of the rules and regulations governing their participation in unauthorised competitions.