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We will give it all we have, says skipper Sammy Kandy, Sri Lanka – West Indies plan to throw all they have at New Zealand when the two teams meet in their final Group 1 Super Eights match of the ICC World T20 tournament this afternoon, at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium.

Lancaster cops two titles at Flex Night Berbice

By Emmerson Campbell On a night when young bodybuilding stars from Berbice showcased their talent, Alston Lancaster shone the brightest on Saturday, clinching two titles at the inaugural Flex Night Berbice Bodybuilding and Fitness Show at the Berbice High School.

Europe win Ryder Cup with stunning comeback

MEDINAH, Illinois, (Reuters) – Inspired by the spirit of Seve Ballesteros, Europe’s big guns all delivered as Jose Maria Olazabal’s players produced an astonishing comeback to win the Ryder Cup by 14-1/2 points to 13-1/2 at Medinah Country Club yesterday.

Persaud wins back- to-back cycle races

By Emmerson Campbell One day after winning the feature 35-mile Invitational race of the eighth annual Laparkan Holdings Limited sponsored ‘Teach Them Young’ Programme on the inner circuit of the National Park on Saturday, Robin Persaud took his talents to the open road yesterday to capture the Banks DIH Limited sponsored 50-mile road race.

Taylor powers WI Women to semi-final spot

GALLE, Sri Lanka,  CMC – Stafanie Taylor underlined her all-round value to the West Indies Women, driving them into the semi-finals of the Women’s Twenty20 World Cup with a 10-wicket victory over South Africa Women in their final group match yesterday.

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