By Iva Wharton
Tomorrow marks the start of three exciting days for six young footballers.
They will be participating in the Digicel Kick Start Football Clinic being held in Suriname under the watchful eyes of John Barnes.
2-0,2-0,2-0 Though it resembles some sort of mathematical equation, these numbers actually represent the final scores of the Barbados senior men’s football team during their ongoing but now-collapsing 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign in CONCACAF’s Group B.
BANGALORE, India, CMC – Snubbed by West Indies selectors in recent months, talismanic opener Chris Gayle once again reiterated his immense value, unleashing a scintillating 92 to propel Royal Challengers Bangalore into the Champions League Twenty20 final here yesterday.
CHENNAI, India, IANS-CMC – The best news emanating from Mumbai Indians on the eve of their Champions League Twenty20 semi-final clash against Somerset here today was that West Indies all-rounder Kieron Pollard would be fit to play.
FATULLAH, Bangladesh, CMC – West Indies opened their tour of Bangladesh with a convincing 81-run defeat of a Bangladesh Cricket Board XI here yesterday as they warmed up for the limited overs series starting next week.
FATULLAH, Bangladesh, CMC – West Indies pacer Ravi Rampaul says the Bangladesh series will be an important one for him as he seeks to excel on an away tour, following his success in the Caribbean earlier this year.
Berbice wicketkeeper/batsman Anthony Bramble became the first centurion of this year’s Tenelec First Division 50-over competition, slamming 114 for Skeldon Community Centre against Blairmont Community Centre.
Half-centuries from former West Indies middle-order batsman Narsingh Deonarine and Steven Jacobs aided the Sewnarine Chattergoon-led XI to victory over the Assad Fudadin-led XI by eight wickets in the second scheduled national practice match at the Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) Ground, Bourda, yesterday.