JOHANNESBURG, (Reuters) – Pakistan coach Dav Whatmore believes an onslaught by the South African pace bowlers in the morning session on day two of the second test at the Wanderers yesterday was the best he has ever seen.
JOHANNESBURG, (Reuters) – South Africa held a 411-run lead over Pakistan at the close of the second day of the first test at the Wanderers yesterday with seven second innings wickets still in hand after dismissing the visitors for their lowest test score of 49.
JOHANNESBURG, (Reuters) – Pakistan coach Dav Whatmore believes an onslaught by the South African pace bowlers in the morning session on day two of the second test at the Wanderers today was the best he has ever seen.
PERTH, Australia, CMC – West Indies coach Ottis Gibson says there was no need to press the panic button despite watching his side get routed by Australia for their third lowest total in One-Day Internationals here last Friday.
PERTH, Australia, CMC – Lethargic West Indies were bowled out for their lowest ever One-Day International score against Australia, as they made a calamitous start to their five-match series with an embarrassing nine-wicket defeat here yesterday.
Following the visit of CONCACAF president Jeffrey Webb and Thierry Regenass of the world governing body for football (FIFA) an end was brought to the impasse between the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) and the Georgetown Football Association with the voting rights for the latter being restored and the GFA agreeing to withdraw the matter from the Court.
After losing in the semi final of the 23rd Kashif and Shanghai tournament to eventual winners Buxton United, Alpha ‘The Hammer’ United will look to bounce back and lift the champion’s trophy of the sixth annual NAMILCO Football Tournament.
Newly-elected president of the Linden Amateur Basket-ball Association (LABA) Haslyn Graham says that his executive will stage competitions from U-15 to the U-23 age groups in an effort to arrive at a new breed of players.
The Georgetown Cricket Association /Hadi’s World Incorporated division one, two-day cricket competition will continue today with three matches.
The Demerara Cricket Club (D.C.C) will clash with the Guyana National Industrial Corporation (G.N.I.C) in
Perth, Australia – West Indies got off to a bad start as they suffered a heavy defeat against Australia in the first encounter of their five-match One-Day International series at the WACA Ground yesterday.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC-Trinidad and Tobago captain Denesh Ramdin is planning to use the regional cricket season to press his claim for a recall to the West Indies side after he was overlooked for the current tour of Australia.