NEW DELHI, (Reuters) – A swashbuckling West Indies and a talented Pakistan will pose the biggest threats to India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s dream of lifting his second Twenty20 World Cup title, according to former skipper Sourav Ganguly.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Europe captain Jose Maria Olazabal was right to ignore triple major winner Padraig Harrington’s claims for a wildcard pick and his 12-man team is just about perfect, said former skipper Bernard Gallacher.
(Trinidad Express) Tamper-proof driver’s licences are coming. This was announced on Monday by Transport Commissioner Reuben Cato who said that the first phase of the Motor Vehicle Authority had been completed.
ATHENS, (Reuters) – The trophy won by the marathon winner at the 1896 Olympics has gone on display for the first time in Greece, and the new owners and prime minister said they hoped it would help inspire Greeks to overcome economic crisis.
(Reuters) – Former NBA all-star Yao Ming has called for China’s school system to invest more in sport at the grassroots level, claiming much was needed to be done in his homeland to prevent further stagnation.
By Neil Barry
Malteenoes Sports Club scored a seven wicket win over St. Stanislaus College as the Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA) David Persaud Investments Cup one-day competition resumed yesterday.
By Emmerson Campbell
After six years of ruling the NACRA Sevens rugby kingdom, Guyana, the regional kings of rugby have been dethroned by Mexico which placed third overall behind Canada and USA in the recently concluded NACRA World Cup Qualifiers in Ottawa, Canada.
By Iva Wharton
Guyana’s female rugby team has lost its third place ranking in the North American and Caribbean Rugby Association (NACRA) for non-participation in the just-concluded NACRA championships held in Canada.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – A clinical all-round performance by Windward Islands condemned Barbados to their second successive defeat and put them out of the running for the Regional Under-19 one-day trophy which they won last year in Guyana.
MUMBAI, (Reuters) – A stalwart of the team that soared to number one in the rankings, off-spinner Harbhajan Singh’s chances of a return to the test arena are looking remote with Ravichandran Ashwin’s emergence as India’s new slow-bowling spearhead.