DCC `A’ and `B’ teams set up David Persaud Investments Cup final

DCC`B’ team players celebrate a run out in their win against GCC at Bourda on Friday. (Orlando Charles photo)

By Neil Barry Demerara Cricket Club’s  `A’ team  held on for a tense victory against Malteenoes while the Demerara Cricket Club’s  `B’ recovered from a batting collapse against Georgetown Cricket Club  to ensure an all DCC final in the inaugural Georgetown Cricket Association’s David Persaud Investments Cup one-day Under-19 tournament on Friday.

Sahara told to repay small investors $3.1 bln

NEW DELHI,  (Reuters) – Unlisted conglomerate Sahara, one of India’s biggest groups and a household name through its cricket sponsorship, must refund 174 billion rupees ($3.1 billion) raised by “dubious” means from 22 million small investors, India’s top court has ruled.

‘I stayed on for the fans’

— says Usain Bolt

ZURICH, Switzerland, CMC As the curtains come down on a grueling season, Jamaican sprint legend Usain Bolt says if it were not for the fans he would have ended his campaign earlier.

Jamaica wants to host Diamond League event

KINGSTON, Jamaica,  CMC-Jamaica, a powerhouse in world athletics, is considering the possibility of hosting a diamond league event, Sports Minister Natalie Neita-Headley has announced Neita-Headley has confirmed that Jamaica has already indicated its interest to the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF).

James gets hero’s welcome

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Captain Taylor sets tone with attacking hundred

BANGALORE, (Reuters) – New Zealand captain Ross Taylor kept his promise of attacking India’s spinners by smashing an entertaining hundred as the visitors reached 328 for six at the close of the first day of the second and final test in Bangalore  yesterday.

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