GROS ISLET, St Lucia, CMC – The Bravo brothers underlined Trinidad and Tobago’s championship credentials when they pummelled high quality unbeaten half-centuries to inspire a comfortable eight-wicket win over Windward Islands here Tuesday night.
Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) and Everest Cricket Club (ECC) earned outright victories when the Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA) in conjunction with Noble House Seafoods second division two-day cricket competition resumed last weekend.
Anil Beharry produced a fine all-round effort to spur New Amsterdam/ Canje to a 28-run victory over Lower Corentyne in the final of the inaugural Lennox Allicock T20 tournament played on Sunday at the Port Mourant Cricket Club ground.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC-About 200 legitimate ticket holders were denied entry into the Queen’s Park Oval last Saturday for the climax of the Trinidad and Tobago leg of the Caribbean T 20 tournament, officials have reported.
DERBYSHIRE, United Kingdom, CMC-Head coach, Karl Krikken, has described West Indies cricketer Shivnarine Chanderpaul as a batting legend whose experience can help transform Derbyshire into one of the top four Clubs in English County Cricket.
ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – West Indies selectors have recalled experienced batsman Ramnaresh Sarwan for next month’s limited overs tour of Australia, ending the stylish right-hander’s protracted exile from the regional squad.
(Reuters) – Novak Djokovic and Maria Sharapova scorched into the third round of the Australian Open with displays of ruthless dominance yesterday to bring some much-needed pizzazz to the main showcourts.
(BBC) Shane Warne faces a ban for not naming himself captain for Melbourne Stars’ Big Bash League defeat in Perth.
James Faulkner was listed as skipper for Tuesday’s semi-final in a move aimed at ensuring Warne did not receive a suspension for slow over rates.
MELBOURNE, Australia, CMC – West Indies pacer Kemar Roach went wicketless but his Brisbane Heat still stormed into the final of the Australian Big Bash with a convincing 15-run win over Melbourne Renegades on Tuesday night.
ZURICH, (Reuters) – Organised criminal gangs are targeting around 50 national soccer leagues for possible match-fixing and any country is vulnerable regardless of its record on corruption, according to FIFA head of security Ralf Mutschke.