Windies ready for battle

Keiron Pollard

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka, CMC- West Indies captain Darren Sammy says his players are ready to take on Australia in their opening game of the ICC world twenty/20 tournament in Sri Lanka yesterday.

Minister Anthony commends local cyclists

Gold medalist at this year’s Junior Caribbean Championships, Paul DeNobrega, is congratulated by Minister of Sport Dr. Frank Anthony during a courtesy call yesterday as from left, president of the GCF Cheryl Thompson, Raynauth Jeffrey, Raul Leal and national cycling Coach Hassan Mohamed look on (Orlando Charles photo)

By Emmerson Campbell Local cyclists Paul DeNobrega and Michael Anthony were yesterday commended by Minister of Culture, Youth and Sport Dr Frank Anthony during a courtesy call on  the minister at his Main Street Office yesterday by the cyclists.

Gayle wants birthday win against Australia

Chris Gayle

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka, CMC- The most feared batsman in the shortest form of cricket, Chris Gayle, wants to celebrate his 33rd birthday with victory when West Indies play Australia in their opening match of the ICC Twenty/20 tournament today.

Pepsi Sonics B/ball Club hoping to refresh the game

Merle Chalmers-Casey, centre, expounds on her plan to reenergize the sport of basketball with the upcoming DDL-sponsored Pepsi Sonics Basketball Club `Refresh Your Game’ tournament. (Orlando Charles photo)

After recognising the dormant state of basketball in the capital city, the Pepsi Sonics Basketball Club  aims to reenergise players and fans with their annual tournament which is dubbed Pepsi Sonics ‘Refresh your game’  basketball competition which begins next Friday at the Burnham Basketball Court.

HPC team facing bigger challenge

DHAKA, Bangladesh, CMC – Coach of the Sagicor High Performance Centre team Graeme West said his side will face a bigger challenge, when they meet the Bangladesh A-Team in a four-day, tour match, starting today at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium.

Record McCullum ton fashions easy New Zealand win

PALLEKELE, Sri Lanka, (Reuters) – Brendon McCullum blasted the highest individual score in Twenty20 Internationals to fashion New Zealand’s comprehensive 59-run victory over Bangladesh in the Group D opener of the Twenty20 World Cup yesterday.

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