NEW YORK, (Reuters) – The former chairman of an Argentina-based sports marketing business, one of 14 people indicted in a corruption case that has roiled the soccer world’s governing body FIFA, pleaded not guilty in a U.S.
BIRMINGHAM, (Reuters) – England would love to regain the Ashes in the next test at Trent Bridge but the loss of leading bowler James Anderson to injury is a disappointment they must overcome, captain Alastair Cook said.
EWARTON, Jamaica, CMC – Rain ruined Trinidad and Tobago’s chances of overhauling Jamaica and reaching the Regional Under-19 Championship final, when it forced a no-result in their contest against Leeward Islands here yesterday.
BIRMINGHAM, (Reuters) – Michael Clarke conceded his side’s middle-order woes were down to his poor form with the bat and vowed to get among the runs in the last two Ashes tests after Australia lost the third match yesterday to trail England 2-1.
Defending WICB Regional Under-15 champs Guyana, yesterday romped to a commanding 98-run win over the Windwards, compliments of MVP Kelvin Umrao’s five-wicket haul in the final round of the tournament which concluded at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence.
Despite selecting St. Vincent and the Grenadines for the next round in the official 2018 World Cup draw, FIFA is yet to formally contact Guyana on the result of the entity’s complaint against the former for allegedly fielding an ineligible player during their qualifiers.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, CMC – Jamaican star Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce dipped below 11 seconds again as she captured the 100 metres while rising Trinidadian star Machel Cedenio won the 400 metres, at the Stockholm Diamond League meet here yesterday.
MANDEVILLE, Jamaica, CMC – Leniko Boucher stroked a century and opening partner Lee-Germon Gaskin narrowly missed out on another, as Barbados whipped Canada by 151 runs in the sixth round of the Regional Under-19 Championship here yesterday.