WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – A jury on Monday acquitted Major League Baseball pitching great Roger Clemens of all six criminal counts against him in a trial on charges that he lied to Congress when he denied using performance-enhancing drugs.
By Emmerson Campbell
After roaring to a 20-nil victory against the Trinidad and Tobago Calypso Warriors two weeks ago in the Southern Zone of the NACRA Regional Qualifiers for the 2015 Rugby World Cup, the Guyana Jaguars have now turned their attention to Bermuda.
Defending Champions Young Achievers Volleyball Club is racking up the wins in the third annual Tradewind Tankers nationwide invitational volleyball competition organized by Castrol Strikers which began Saturday at the National Gymnasium.
GROS ISLET, St Lucia, CMC – Opener Kieran Powell kept himself in the Test selection frame when he stroked his third first class hundred and his second in as many months, to lead an impressive West Indies A effort on the second day of the decisive third and final Test against India A here yesterday.
Organisers of the upcoming lucrative inaugural Guinness Street Football Challenge tournament yesterday said that only teams from five Caribbean countries will participate in the tournament following the withdrawal of a representative team from Haiti.
Yesterday’s annual Guyoil sponsored Father’s Day race.
Was won by Orville Hinds after Alonzo Greaves was disqualified.
Greaves was the actual winner of the event but was disqualified after himself and Robin Persaud were
National junior sprinter Elton Bollers is making headway with his rising career as he clocked 10.88s to with the boy’s under-20 100 metres yesterday at the Mustang Games in Trinidad which was held at the Hasley Crawford Stadium.
LONDON, England, CMC – West Indies are sweating on the fitness of batsman Darren Bravo and all-rounder Andre Russell but have been boosted by the news that talismanic opener Chris Gayle will be available for tomorrow’s second One-Day International against England.
- Windies flatter to deceive in heavy opening ODI defeat
SOUTHAMPTON, England, CMC – West Indies’ highly touted batting line-up flattered to deceive, suffering a now familiar collapse to send the Caribbean side tumbling to a heavy 114-run defeat in the opening One-Day International against England here yesterday.