(Indian Express) India Under-19 skipper Unmukt Chand hit an unbeaten 111 in seamer-friendly conditions to lead India to a six-wicket win over Australia in the final of the World Cup at the Tony Ireland Stadium in Townsville, Queensland, yesterday.
(Reuters) – Sleep-deprived double Olympic champion Mo Farah was almost caught napping during the two-mile race at a Diamond League meeting in Birmingham, England yesterday before easing to victory to the delight of a sellout crowd.
BIRMINGHAM, England, CMC – Jamaicans Nickel Ashmeade, Rosemarie Whyte and Kaliese Spencer took victories but compatriot Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce played second fiddle again to American Carmelita Jeter at the Birmingham Grand Prix here yesterday.
Guyana’s men’s and women’s squash team suffered two heartbreaking losses in the team finals of the 20th Caribbean Area Squash Association (CASA)championships on Saturday in Trinidad and Tobago losing out in their bids for the team championships.
Minister of Sport Dr Frank Anthony at his Main Street office on Thursday handed over cheques and brush cutters to Regional Executive Officers (REOs) of Regions One, Three, Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten to support the development and maintenance of their respective community grounds.
Canada yesterday defeated the United States of America 26-19 in the final of the 2013 North America and the Caribbean Rugby Association World Cup Qualifiers at the Twin Elms Rugby Park, Ottawa, Canada.
FOURSQUARE, Barbados, CMC – Led by an unbeaten century from Chandrapaul Hemraj, Guyana eased to a comfortable 40-run win over Barbados to continue at the top of the standings in the Regional Under-19 one-day Championship here yesterday.
Guyana’s National Sevens rugby team won two matches and lost one as the 2013 North America and the Caribbean Rugby Association World Cup qualifiers commenced yesterday at the Twin Elms Rugby Park, Ottawa, Canada.
By Iva Wharton
Trinidad and Tobago yesterday retained the team Caribbean Scrabble Championship when they defeated Barbados 27 games to nine to bring an end to the team aspect of the Caribbean Championship played at the Bank of Guyana building.
By Neil Barry
Steven Jacobs smashed a century and claimed four wickets to put Malteenoes in the driver’s seat against the Guyana National Industrial Corporation at the close of the first day’s play of their Heroes Cup match at Thomas Lands yesterday.