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Windwards fightback to even honours

GROS ISLET, ST LUCIA – The Combined Campuses and Colleges (CCC) surrendered, rather gave away, a great opportunity to build a sizeable first innings lead against the Windward Islands yesterday at the Beausejour Cricket Ground on Day One of their opening Regional Four  Day match.

Price, Dean power BV A past Buxton B

Guinness Greatest of the Streets football

Quacy Price and Delroy Dean Friday night combined to power Beterverwagting to a crushing victory over Buxton B as the Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets Tournament’ East Coast leg commenced at the Buxton Community Centre ground.

Pollard should play Zimbabwe tests

IT is a question that still has to be adequately answered five years after Kieron Pollard entered international cricket in the 2007 World Cup, aged 19, a massive unit with a justifiable reputation as an awesome hitter.

Windies women facing uphill task

CUTTACK, India, CMC- West Indies Women’s captain Merissa Aguilleira says her team can ill-afford to make mistakes facing an uphill task through the supers six phase of the ICC Women’s World Cup .

Eight matches scheduled at Haslington

- Guinness Greatest in the Streets football

Action in the East Coast zone of the Banks DIH Limited Guinness Greatest of the Streets football tournament will continue today with eight matches at the Haslington Market Square.

Greaves wins feature event at R&R race meet

Roraima Bikers Cycle Club’s Alonso Greaves yesterday outsprinted Raynauth Jeffrey to win the feature event of the 22nd R&R International nine race programme in the National Park organized by national cycling coach Hassan Mohammed.

Chase Academy defeat St Winifred’s 5-1

- Milo U-20 football

Rayan Watson scored a double in the 56th and 70th minutes as Chase Academy defeated St. Winifred’s Secondary 5-1 yesterday in the Milo U20 school tournament at the Ministry of Education Ground, Carifesta Avenue.

Guyana bowls Leewards out for 182

NORTH SOUND, Antigua, CMC – Tonito Willett’s half-century propped up Leeward Islands but Guyana were making a strong reply on the opening day of the first round of matches in the Regional Four-Day Championship here today.

Whitewash looms

-Windies lose fourth ODI against Australia despite Pollard’s unbeaten ton

SYDNEY, Australia, CMC – Kieron Pollard’s third One-Day International century could not prevent another West Indies defeat, as their five-match series against Australia quickly turned to disaster here yesterday.

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