-Buxton complete fair tale ending to Kashif and Shanghai tournament by outgunning Amelia’s Ward United
Buxton United completed its dream run of the 23rd Kashif and Shanghai Football Tournament on New Year’s Day by out gunning Amelia’s Ward United in a penalty shootout to clinch the winner’s trophy and the $4M first prize.
Camptown Football Club toppled a game Riddim Squad Football Cub 2-0 to win the second annual Gorgetown Football Association/Banks Beer Knockout Cup and $4 million first prize at the Georgetown Cricket Club ground, Bourda Tuesday night.
CAPE TOWN, (Reuters) – An undefeated century from Alviro Petersen helped South Africa reach 252 for three after they had skittled embattled New Zealand for 45 on a spectacular opening day of the first test yesterday.
SYDNEY, (Reuters) – Sri Lanka will use the example of their remarkable turnaround on their last tour of South Africa to try and rescue a face-saving third test victory against Australia, captain Mahela Jayawardene said yesterday.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – West Indies rescaled the pinnacle of world cricket for the first time in eight years while sprint superstar Usain Bolt laid claim to legend status by once again attaining the dizzying heights of global stardom, to headline a remarkable year in Caribbean sport in 2012.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC-Pacers Kevon Cooper and Ravi Rampaul have both passed fitness tests and are back in training with defending champions Trinidad and Tobago, for the Caribbean T20 tournament which begins this weekend.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC-Jamaica’s captain Tamar Lambert has identified defending champions Trinidad and Tobago as his country’s main threat in the Caribbean Twenty20 tournament starting in Port of Spain on Sunday.
Confidence was as visibly exuberant as the new colourful kit when the national squad for the Caribbean T20 was formally outfitted with warm up and match gear after completing effectively their final training session of the year before regrouping on January 2 2013.