BRIDGETOWN, (Reuters) – Coming from a country where high-scoring batsmen are worshipped and spin bowlers adored, Ishant Sharma has learnt the hard way that patience was the key to success for an Indian fast bowler.
(IAAF) Lausanne, Switzerland – Reigning World 400 metres champion Sanya Richards-Ross, who lines up tonight for Athletissima 2011, the seventh leg of this season’s Samsung Diamond League, makes no secret that playing second fiddle to her more race fit rivals is something she doesn’t like.
The Guyana Cricket Board hosted a dinner event Wednesday evening at the Wind Jammer Hotel in Queen Street, Kitty, for the Guyana Under-15 team prior to their departure for the regional Under-15 competition commencing in Trinidad from July 2 – 15.
The National Schools Basketball festival organized by the Youth Basketball Guyana (YBG) and the National Sports Commission (NSC) will kick into high gear today at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall (CASH) from 16:00hrs with an official opening ceremony.
NEW YORK, (Reuters) – The NBA was to lock out its players at midnight yesterday as last-ditch negotiations over a new labour deal collapsed hours before the current agreement expires, the league and union representing its players said.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Maria Sharapova, the glamour girl of women’s tennis, showed she is not averse to winning ugly as she overcame some jitters to set up a Wimbledon final against Petra Kvitova yesterday.
The inaugural Inter-Organization Basketball League is scheduled to start today at the Burnham Outdoor Court from 17:00hrs following its launching yesterday by VP Sports Update at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall (CASH).
Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club Under-15 allrounder Arif Chan was on Tuesday honoured by the Special Events Committee of the Berbice Cricket Board as the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the recently held Guyana Cricket Board Under-15 Inter-county Tournament.
BRIDGETOWN, (Reuters) – India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni was incorrectly given out during the second test against West Indies because the television broadcaster showed the wrong replay to the review umpire, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said yesterday.
HONG KONG, (Reuters) – Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh have been given a maximum of two years to reorganise their boards after the International Cricket Council (ICC) ordered its members to free themselves from government interference or face sanctions.