By Emmerson Campbell
Guyana’s welterweight champion Iwan ‘Pure Gold’ Azore and Simeon ‘Candy Man’ Hardy proved yesterday at their contract signing at the Abdool and Abdool building that there is indeed have bad blood between them.
NORTH SOUND, Antigua, CMC – For different reasons, Leon Johnson and Darren Sammy, the star performers on the opening day of the Caribbean Twenty20 tournament, said they were glad to play a part in their sides securing victory.
NORTH SOUND, Antigua, CMC – Sussex Sharks overcame feeble batting, undermined by a career-best spell from Tim van der Gugten, to fashion a 34-run victory over the Netherlands in the Caribbean Twenty20 tournament yesterday.
CAPE TOWN, (Reuters) – Mike Brearley, one of England’s most successful cricket captains, said yesterday that eradicating corruption from the game was probably impossible but that was no reason to stop trying.
(Reuters) – India’s cricketers are the most vulnerable in the international game and wilt when subjected to sustained pressure, Australia wicketkeeper and vice captain Brad Haddin said yesterday ahead of the third test between the two countries.
DUBAI, (Reuters) – Pakistan cricket team manager Naveed Akram Cheema said he was “absolutely clear and confident” there would be no repeat of the spot-fixing controversy when his team play England in the United Arab Emirates over the next two months.