MADRID, (Reuters) – However much he might blame rotten luck or fatigue for Real Madrid’s failure to get past Bayern Munich on Wednesday, it was Jose Mourinho’s caution that possibly cost the Spaniards a place in next month’s Champions League final.
JOHANNESBURG, (Reuters) – Suspended Cricket South Africa (CSA) chief executive Gerald Majola faces a criminal probe and a civil claim for the repayment of illegal bonuses allegedly paid to him by the Indian Premier League.
BERNE, (Reuters) – FIFA’s annual Congress is to be presented with a proposal limiting mandates for its president and officials and barring election for anyone over the age of 72, according to the agenda released yesterday.
ROSEAU, Dominica, CMC – West Indies hit back in the last session with key wickets but Australia’s extended their lead significantly to leave the hosts with an enormous task of winning the third and final Test here yesterday.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Off-spinner Anisa Mohammed undermined the Sri Lanka batting with a five-wicket haul to spur West Indies Women to a resounding 88-run win over Sri Lanka Women in the first One-Day International here yesterday.
(Reuters) – World number two Rafa Nadal swept into the third round of the Barcelona Open when he thrashed Guillermo Garcia-Lopez 6-1 6-2 as he began his quest for a seventh Conde de Godo trophy in eight years yesterday.
By Iva Wharton
Construction of the 25 metre warm-pool at the National Aquatic Centre, Pattensen, and East Coast Demerara is dependent on whether finances are approved in the National Assembly, Director of Sports Neil Kumar said yesterday.
East Ruimveldt Secondary brushed aside North Georgetown Secondary 4-0 in their Group ‘B’ match of the Scotia Bank/Pepsi Schools football tournament at the Ministry of Education ground on Carifesta Avenue yesterday.