By Arnon adams
You might think that that having dedicated 25 years of his life to the demands of being a cycling coach, Randolph Roberts may just be contemplating slipping quietly into the retirement lane.
By Emmerson Campbell
Now that they have conquered all that the Caribbean has to offer the next goal of the Guyana Rugby Football Union (GRFU) is to qualify for the 2016 Olympic Games says GRFU president Kit Nascimento.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Roger Federer says he is “very excited” about his prospects for next year after finishing 2011 riding a wave of optimism and with the mental scars of some painful defeats apparently healed.
WELLINGTON, (Reuters) – New Zealand’s hopes of recording their first victory over Australia in almost 20 years have been boosted after a raft of injuries forced their trans-Tasman neighbours to pick a rookie trio of pace bowlers and an opener untried in test cricket.
(Reuters) – A woman paid by Lawrence Taylor for sex when she was 16 years old sued the former U.S. football star yesterday for unspecified damages, saying she wanted to stand up for victims of sex trafficking.
LONDON, (Reuters) – The apparent suicide of Wales’ coach Gary Speed struck a poignant chord with the author of an award-winning book about the life and untimely death of former Germany goalkeeper Robert Enke.
NEW DELHI, (Reuters) – India’s crowd-pleasing batsman Yuvraj Singh has told cricket fans it is simply a matter of time before he is back playing again after being diagnosed with a non-malignant lung tumour.
First Street Warriors football club of Campbellville held its nerve last Saturday to walk away with the $150,000 first place prize of the 2011 Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports Inter-Block seven-a-side football tournament held at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground.
Grove Hi Tec and Banks FC will clash in the final of the inaugural Banks DIH Coca Cola football champion’s league organised by the East Bank Football Association this Sunday at the Diamond Community Centre ground from 13:00hrs.
-Hope challenges GNA to make next year’s tournament bigger and better
By Iva Wharton
Emanie Netball Club won the Digicel-sponsored Open league netball tournament after defeating Doves by 47 goals to 16 in the final played Saturday on the tarmac of the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.
In a small media briefing at the Duke Lodge in Kingston on Saturday 18 of the 20 participating teams scheduled to participate in the upcoming 22nd Kashif and Shanghai football tournament were presented with the tournament booklet highlighting the rules and regulations of the competition along with donations to assist their preparations.
T&T’s director on the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Baldath Mahabir, while pleased with the direction of the West Indies team at present, is very concerned with the spate of injuries being suffered by the regional players.