NEW YORK, (Reuters) – The unrelenting Miami Heat notched another win on their pay-back tour in a Sunday matinee yesterday, dashing the hopes of the New York Knicks while raising the question of whether any team can deny Miami another NBA title.
Goals from Terrence Aaron and Shawn Daniels in the seventh and ninth minutes respectively enabled New Era Russians to defeat Hard Knocks 2-1 and win the inaugural Banks Premium/Unique Entertainment Futsal tournament at the Mackenzie Sports Club hard-court Saturday night.
COLOMBO, (Reuters) – A pay dispute between Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) and its 23 centrally contracted players threatens to disrupt a two-test series against Bangladesh, which is due to commence in Galle on Friday.
ACAPULCO, (Reuters) – Rafael Nadal’s fist-pumping comeback reached a new high with his victory at the Mexican Open yesterday, giving tennis fans hope the 11-times grand slam champion can return to the top of the game.
Linden’s Cassie George was up to press time yesterday the only athlete in the middle distance events to make the CARIFTA Games qualifying time when the Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG) held its Trials yesterday at the Guyana Defence Force ground Camp Ayanganna.
Nicholas Narain completed the upset of the tournament by dispatching one of the country’s premier junior players Nyron Joseph on night four of the Bounty Farm Mash Handicap tournament Friday night at the Georgetown Club’s squash facility.