ATHENS, (Reuters) – Two Super League club presidents were among 15 people identified by the Athens prosecutor yesterday for alleged involvement in a match-fixing scandal the government described as the “darkest page in the history of Greek football”.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Li Na’s hopes of a French Open-Wimbledon double vanished yesterday as the Chinese was beaten by wildcard Sabine Lisicki but Serena Williams, the last player to achieve the feat, continued her comeback in ominous fashion.
By Treiston Joseph
President of the Guyana Olympic Association (GOA), KA Juman Yassin last Monday expressed his views on the current state of West Indies cricket along with his thoughts on the power struggles within the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) and the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) at a GOA press conference.
Test rugby giants Bermuda ended their championship drought when they rallied to an 11- 0 victory against Guyana in the final of the 2011 NACRA Rugby 15s championship at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence last night.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Caribbean Football Union vice-president Colin Klass says the regional governing body for the sport is resilient and will survive the recent turmoil springing from the cash-for-vote scandal.
By Colin Benjamin
Demerara closed yesterday’s penultimate day of the final round in the 2011 Guyana and Trinidad Mutual (GTM) Under-19 Inter-County three-day competition at Police Sports Club Ground on 12 for 1, needing just 38 more runs to dethrone Cellink Berbice as Inter County three-day champions.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – West Indies produced a valiant effort on Wednesday but were left facing a Herculean task to win the opening Test after Rahul Dravid’s 32nd Test century put India in control at Sabina Park.
LONDON, (Reuters) – FIFA’s ethics committee found “comprehensive, convincing and overwhelming” evidence that Mohamed bin Hammam and Jack Warner were involved in attempted bribery, according to the preliminary report that led to the suspension of the two officials.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Embattled ex-football executive Jack Warner has hit back at international media reports which claimed yesterday that FIFA’s ethics committee had found compelling evidence against him following an investigation into bribery allegations.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – Ottis Gibson said it’s time for critics to leave Darren Sammy alone.
The West Indies coach said he was tired of hearing the questions about the West Indies captain’s place in the side, and it
Edward B. Beharry and Co. Ltd Champion brand yesterday renewed their support for the National Schools Basketball Festival organized by the Youth Basketball Guyana (YBG) and the National Sports Commission (NSC) at the company’s head office in Charlotte Street.