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CARICOM ‘Wheat-Up’ Cycle Road Race on Monday

President of Roraima Bikers Club, Brian Allen (second from left) accepts the sponsorship cheque from employees of NAMILCO as Secretary of the club Theresa Pemberton (third from left), Assistant Managing Director of NAMILCO, Autamaram Lakeram (third from right) and Patron of Roraima Bikers Club George Humphrey (second from right) look on.

Cash prizes, trophies and champion jerseys will be up for grabs when the National Milling Company (NAMILCO) in collaboration with Roraima Bikers Club pedals off the 9th edition of the CARICOM ‘Wheat-Up’ Cycle Road Race on Monday (CARICOM Day).

Shot down

-Portugal go out in penalty kicks showdown with Spain

Cese Fabregas scores the decisive penalty strike to send the defnding champions through.

DONETSK, (Reuters) – Holders Spain needed a stuttering penalty shootout win over Portugal yesterday to reach the Euro 2012 final, a soccer showpiece which is set to be attended by a European leader seen as a pariah by much of the continent.

Who organised U-17 cricket camp?

—asks IMC members

Alvin Johnson

Some members of the Interim  Management Committee (IMC) set up by the Minister of Sport,  Dr. Frank Anthony, to take over the governance and administration of cricket are questioning the latest development whereby a national U-17 team currently preparing to participate in  the upcoming West Indies Cricket Board’s (WICB) Regional tournament has been encamped.

Regional U-17 championships launched in Tobago

The inaugural regional Under-17 cricket series was launched yesterday at the Tobago House of Assembly in Scarborough. The tournament which will involve Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, Jamaica, Guyana, the Windwards and Leeward Islands will bowl off on Sunday at venues across the Sister Isle.

Regal Federer dazzles, Stosur knocked out

LONDON, (Reuters) – Britain’s Prince Charles made a rare, if fleeting, visit to Wimbledon yesterday but lingered long enough to see Roger Federer produce another regal performance on Centre Court and move serenely into the third round.

St. George’s move closer to quarter final

Action in the game between St George’s and Houston Secondary yesterday at the GFC ground.

By Iva Wharton St. George’s Secondary moved a step closer to the Georgetown quarter-finals of the Digicel Schools football competition yesterday when they secured 5-2 victory over Houston Secondary at the Georgetown Football Club Ground, Bourda.