ROSEAU, Dominica, CMC – Windward Islands Volcanoes, replying to Leeward Islands Hurricanes 24 for seven declared, were 104 for five at the close of the first day of their third round match in the Regional First Class Championship at Windsor Park here yesterday.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Trinidad and Tobago Red Force were 145 for five against Jamaica Scorpions at the close of their rain affected first day of their third round match in the Regional First Class Championship at the Queen’s Park oval here yesterday.
LONDON, (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – A Sierra Leonean footballer who used to play in Britain’s top league has revealed he was trafficked as a teenager, taken to Britain by a man who tried to force him into the sex trade.
(Reuters) – Golden State talisman Stephen Curry continues to steal the spotlight from Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul, consistently leaving his rival in his wake as he climbs towards the top rung of the NBA ladder.
MOSCOW/LONDON, (Reuters) – The sportswoman who blew the whistle on doping in Russian athletics is in hiding abroad, pursued by a barrage of criticism from former colleagues and officials at home who accuse her of betraying her country.
Following an exciting opening round of matches, the 2nd edition of the Smalta/Ministry of Public Health Girls U-11 Football Championship continues today at the Ministry of Education ground on Carifesta Avenue.
(Reuters) – Jos Buttler’s record-breaking century and a more routine one from Jason Roy fired England to an 84-run win over Pakistan in a high-scoring final one-day international in Dubai yesterday and a 3-1 victory in the series.
SYDNEY, (Reuters) – Michael Clarke has hit out at former coach John Buchanan for criticism levelled at him when he retired earlier this year, saying his dog could have led Australia to world domination in the 2000s.
BERLIN, (Reuters) – Franz Beckenbauer, the former World Cup-winning player and coach at the heart of a scandal surrounding the 2006 tournament, is unhappy with the German FA’s response to his offer of a “personal” discussion with the association.
ROSEAU, Dominica, CMC – Grenada’s Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell yesterday slammed what he called an “amazing level of disrespect” on the part of West Indies Cricket Board president Dave Cameron, as pressure continued to mount on the beleaguered Board to meet urgently with CARICOM leaders over the Governance Review Panel report.
The Guyana Jaguars yesterday named left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul and Barbadian Javon Searles as replacements for Rajendra Chandrika and Christopher Barnwell ahead of today’s third round WICB/PCL 4-Day match against Barbados Pride.