The Georgetown and East Bank women recorded victories during contrasting circumstances by 154 runs and 3 wickets respectively in the 3rd round matches of the ongoing 2011 Female Inter-Association 50-overs cricket tournament yesterday.
(Trinidad Express) A FIFA corruption investigation has concluded there is fresh evidence to support claims that former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner and Mohamed bin Hammam colluded to offer bribes of up to US$1 million (£625,000) to Caribbean football officials, according to the London Telegraph newspaper.
RALEIGH, North Carolina, (Reuters) – U.S. world 100 metres silver medallist Tyson Gay had an arthroscopic procedure on his injured right hip and will not run again this year, his manager said yesterday.
The Guyanese footballers currently campaigning in the United States are making the best of their opportunities so far.
Three of the seven are on trial with a top New York club for professional contracts while the others are keeping Team Guyana in contention for top
DOHA, (Reuters) – Suspended Asian soccer chief Mohamed bin Hammam is unhappy at the way information was leaked during a bribery investigation but wants a fair trial when he appears at a FIFA Ethics Committee meeting later this month.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Britain’s former two-weight world champion Ricky Hatton called time on his 14-year professional boxing career yesterday.
The 32-year-old has not fought since his IBO light-welterweight world title defeat by Manny Pacquaio in Las Vegas in May 2009.
Champtress of the Simple Royal stable on the Corentyne Coast captured the feature C class race when the Port Mourant Turf Club in collaboration with the People’s Progressive Party/Civic held a pre-CARICOM Day horse race meet at the turf club last Sunday.
(CMC) Roseau, Dominica – West Indies batting ace Shivnarine Chanderpaul has expressed delight at reaching the milestone of 133 Test matches – making him the most capped Test player in the history of West Indies cricket.