Tourney hosts Fruta Conquerors maintained their unbeaten record in the inaugural Massy United Insurance Company sponsored U-15 League, hammering arch-rivals Pele FC 4-0 yesterday at the Tucville Community ground.
Davendra Bishoo snatched six wickets and Assad Fudadin scored his 20th First-Class fifty to give the Guyana Jaguars a slim 71-run lead over the Trinidad & Tobago Red Force, setting up a thrilling final day of cricket in the West Indies Cricket Board’s Professional Cricket League (PCL) 4-day tournament.
Newcomers St. Joseph’s High came from a goal down to upset former champs St. George’s High 2-1 when the when the round of 16 stage in the third annual Milo/Petra Organization Secondary Schools u-20 football concluded yesterday.
Police Sports Club and Guyana National Industrial Corporation (GNIC) played to a draw with the former taking first innings points in the latest contest of Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA)/ Hadi’s World Incorporated first division two-day competition.
ADELAIDE, (Reuters) – Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq admitted being under tremendous pressure to qualify for the World Cup quarter-finals but felt the burden now shifts to their last-eight opponents and tournament co-hosts Australia.
MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – Lewis Hamilton’s world championship defence got off to a flying start yesterday with a crushing victory for Mercedes in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix as Formula One rivals succumbed to a farcical rash of reliability problems.
(Reuters) – Jamaican Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt cruised to victory in his first individual race of the season, clocking 46.37 seconds over 400 metres at the GC Foster Classic in Kingston on Saturday.
(Reuters) – Johnson Charles and Jonathan Carter scored half centuries as West Indies kept alive their hopes of securing a World Cup quarter-finals berth with a six-wicket victory over United Arab Emirates at McLean Park in Napier today.
Trojan Cycle Club’s Jeban Crawford brought his talents to the National Park and upset a star studded field of rival wheelsmen to win the feature event of the 10th annual Diamond Mineral Water criterium programme yesterday.
Yannick Cariah struck a half-century to keep Trinidad and Tobago Red Force in the hunt for first innings honours in their four-day match against the Guyana Jaguars at the Providence National Stadium yesterday.
BASSETERRE, St Kitts, CMC – Sherwin Peters struck his maiden first class hundred to fire Leeward Islands Hurricanes but Jamaica were fighting back, on the second day of their ninth round WICB PCL game here yesterday.