(Reuters) – At his best a midfield marauder who inspired team-mates and scored goals in equal measure, Steven Gerrard yesterday retired from England duty as the country’s third most-capped player after an international career that promised more than it delivered.
One of South America’s premier bodybuilders, Koese Soepe is bringing his award winning physique back to Guyana.
President of the Guyana Amateur Bodybuilding and Fitness Federation (GABBFF), Keavon Bess confirmed that the Surinamese muscleman who won the inaugural Flex Night Competition here in 2012 will be the guest poser for the Senior Championships dubbed ‘Muscle Showdown’ on August 2 at the Theatre Guild.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC- Coach Dasrath Maharaj has described the Trinidad and Tobago team as ‘motivated’ and ‘hungry’ on the eve of the regional Under-19 three-day and limited overs championships.
All-rounder Andre Russell’s magical last over backed up by Chadwick Walton’s half-century steered Limacol Caribbean Premier League (LCPL) T20 champions Jamaica Tallawahs to a nerve-wracking 4-run win over the Guyana Amazon Warriors at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence last evening.
St. George’s High successfully retained their Georgetown zone championship, squeaking past heavyweights Chase Academy when the Georgetown zone of the Digicel Secondary Schools u-18 football tourney concluded yesterday.
NORTH SOUND, Antigua, CMC – Kevin O’Brien narrowly missed out on a century as Red Steel sent Antigua Hawksbills crashing to their fourth straight loss of the Caribbean Premier League, with a nine-wicket defeat here yesterday.
Guyana romped to a 3-2 victory versus Antigua and Barbuda in their second game off its Caribbean Football Union (CFU) U-17 championship campaign at the Estadio Panamericano in the Dominican Republic yesterday.
HOYLAKE, England, (Reuters) – Rory McIlroy suffered several anxious moments but kept the jitters in check to rubber-stamp his status as the newest golfing great by landing the first British Open title of his career yesterday.
DHAKA, (Reuters) – Suspended all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan apologised yesterday and appealed to the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) to reduce the six-month ban slapped on him earlier this month for misbehaviour.