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Narine says he’s ready to face Aussies

Sunil Narine

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – West Indies off-spinner Sunil Narine believes he is learning quickly and says his first taste of international cricket last December has put him in good stead to face Australia in the one-day series starting Friday.

Guyanese girls set Millrose mark

The record breaking quartet of Kadecia Baird, Ashley Tanner, Paige Thompson Charles and Ja’Nai Cameron.

By Gary Tim With a startled stare, Kadecia Baird sits on the mixed-zone floor, winded, while her teammates entreat anxious TV crews for a little time for their star runner to compose herself before talking of the breathtaking run they had just festooned onto the Millrose Games history books.

DCC commences pre season training today

Garvin Nedd

The Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) will  commence its pre-season training session for all first, second division and junior players in preparation for their advancement to the inter-county and regional levels from today a press release from the organization stated.

Rampant Bulls overpower fading Knicks

(Reuters) – The heady days of “Linsanity” are fading further from New York fans’ memories after the Knicks slumped to their sixth straight defeat with a 104-99 loss to the NBA-best Chicago Bulls on Monday.

Inter booted from Champions League

MILAN,  (Reuters) – Olympique Marseille substitute Brandao scored in stoppage time to send the French side into the Champions League quarter-finals on away goals after a 2-1 loss at Inter Milan yesterday earned a 2-2 aggregate draw.

Bermuda loses opener to Denmark

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates,  CMC – Bermuda’s recent woes continued when they lost the opening match of the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifiers to Denmark by seven wickets  yesterday.