BRIDGETOWN, (Reuters) – Indian batsman Suresh Raina has been fined 25 percent of his match fee for showing dissent at an umpire’s decision during the first day of the second test against West Indies, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said yesterday.
-Windies on the ropes after India dismissed for 201
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Another dramatic top order collapse saw West Indies tottering at the close after they had earlier toppled India for a disappointing 201, on the opening day of the second Test here yesterday.
By Treiston Joseph
The Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) has decided to pull out of the upcoming Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) elections leaving just one constituent of the GCB that being the Essequibo Cricket Board able to attend the upcoming meeting.
Defending regional Under-15 champions Trinidad and Tobago will come up against Guyana in the opening match of the regional Under 15 championships on Saturday at the Inshan Ali ground in Preysal, Trinidad.
LONDON, (Reuters Life!) – When the Wimbledon tennis championships got under way at the All England Club in the 1900s, refined-looking competitors wore boater hats, long sleeves, neatly pressed trousers and floor length dressers.
LONDON, (Reuters) – When Rafa Nadal seeks refuge in a towel or an angry Andy Murray mutters to himself, they are not just amusing the Wimbledon crowd with their quirky habits but honing their “peak performance state”.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – Two years ago, Victor Ortiz seemingly had the world at his feet, charming fans with a 1,000-watt smile outside the ring and electrifying them with his explosive fighting style between the ropes.
RALEIGH, North Carolina, (Reuters) – Disgraced Olympic and world 400 metres champion LaShawn Merritt has been cleared to compete in August’s world championships, USA Track & Field (USATF) said yesterday.
BERLIN, (Reuters) – Reigning WBO, IBF and IBO world heavyweight champion Vladimir Klitschko promised Briton David Haye would be a better person after he was through with him in their title fight on Saturday.
LONDON, (Reuters) – A fiery opening spell from fast bowler James Anderson allowed Alastair Cook to celebrate his first home match as England’s one-day captain with a thumping 110-run win over a shell-shocked Sri Lanka at the Oval yesterday.
HONG KONG, (Reuters) – The International Cricket Council (ICC) yesterday retained the 14-team format for the 2015 World Cup, succumbing to pressure from non-test playing nations who will have four representations in the elite 50-overs tournament.