New players fine-tune preparation for ODI series

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates,  CMC – West Indies one-day players arriving here over the weekend trained with the full unit for the first time on Sunday, as they fine-tuned their preparation for the start of the three-match series in Sharjah next Friday.

New Zealand 93-4 chasing 434

KANPUR, India, (Reuters) – India set New Zealand an improbable 434-run victory target and then blew away the visitors’ top order in yesterday’s final session to close in on a resounding win in the first test.

Beaten again!

- Windies lose T20 series against Pakistan after 16-run defeat in second T20

Sunil Narine top scored for the West Indies

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, CMC – West Indies suffered their second batting meltdown in the space of 48 hours as they slumped to a 16-run defeat to Pakistan in the second Twenty20 International here yesterday, to meekly surrender the three-match series.

Back-to-back wins for Niles

-Veteran cyclist captures Laparkan-sponsored feature event

The peloton which unsuccessfully tried to catch the podium finishers yesterday.

Yesterday was a great day on the saddle for Junior Niles as the veteran wheelsman sprinted off with the spoils in the feature 35-lap race of the Laparkan-sponsored criterium fixture at the National Park.

‘Tage’ Chanderpaul misses double century

Former West Indies U19 opening batsman Tagenarine Chanderpaul narrowly missed out on a double century as West Demerara took control of their fifth round match of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) Franchise League tournament at the Lusignan Community Centre Ground yesterday.

GFF even more committed to completing Goal Project -Forde

—In face of venue issue for Golden Jaguars/Reggae Boyz CFU fixture

Patrick Beckles

President of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) Wayne Forde yesterday confirmed that the Leonora Sports Facility has been certified to stage the third round Caribbean Cup marquee showdown against regional giant Jamaica.

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