With two breathtaking wins on the trot from their Group ‘A’ matches, semi-finalist Guyana Jaguars will now look forward to a clean sweep of their preliminary fixtures when they oppose the Combined Campuses & Colleges (CCC) team today before Thursday’s first semi-final of the 2015 Nagico Super50 tournament.
MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – Novak Djokovic pronounced himself fit and raring to go in search of his fifth Australian Open title yesterday after overcoming a bout of illness that had prompted social media users to suggest he was in doubt for the tournament.
(Reuters) – CBS Sports basketball analyst Greg Anthony has been suspended indefinitely by the network, a CBS spokesperson said on Saturday, a day after he was arrested in Washington, D.C., on a charge of soliciting prostitution.
MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – Australia beat world champions India by four wickets in a thrilling One Day International at the Melbourne Cricket Ground yesterday, overcoming a late mini-collapse to win with just six balls remaining.
MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – A first-week choke by leading woman Sam Stosur and a grudging loss by ageing men’s warrior Lleyton Hewitt has generally been the blueprint for the home players at the Australian Open, but teenage talent Nick Kyrgios may be poised to buck the trend of local underachievement.
EBEBEYIN, Equatorial Guinea, (Reuters) – Little clarity on the likely outcome of African Nations Cup Group B was offered by the four protagonists on their opening night of competition at the Estadio de Ebebeyin yesterday.
MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – Australia beat world champions India by four wickets in a thrilling One Day International at the Melbourne Cricket Ground today, overcoming a late mini-collapse to win with just six balls remaining.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC– Raymon Reifer slammed a brilliant half century to rekindle a run chase which collapsed several times as Guyana Jaguars pulled off a sensational come-from-behind win over Barbados Pride in the NAGICO Super50 here last night.
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, CMC- New One Day International captain Jason Holders says the West Indies urgently needs to address a problem of retaining momentum as they prepare to battle South Africa in the second ODI here today.