(Reuters) – Grant Elliot’s all-round performance eclipsed Shahid Afridi’s 29-ball blitz to secure New Zealand a comfortable seven-wicket victory over Pakistan in the first One Day International in Wellington yesterday.
Former Guyana and West Indies batting legend Alvin Kallicharran yesterday urged the government, the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) and cricketers to go back to the grassroots level in order to revamp the sport in the country adding that they must concentrate on developing Guyana’s cricket.
Leon Johnson, the West Indies Test and One Day International batsman will resume his role as captain of the Guyana Jaguars for the final three matches of the Professional Cricket League (PCL) four-day tournament.
The New York based light heavyweight prospect kicked off his 2015 campaign in familiar fashion on Thursday night, stopping Kojo Issah via a second round TKO at the BB King Blues Club and Grill, NY, NY.
Uitvlugt sealed their berth in the quarterfinal round, edging arch-rivals Den Amstel 1-0 when the group stage of the inaugural Guinness of the Streets West Demerara edition concluded on Thursday at the Vergenoegen Tarmac.
MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – Novak Djokovic once again stood tall at the Australian Open as he reached his fourth final in the past five years with another five-set victory over Stan Wawrinka, the man who dumped him out of Melbourne Park last year.
MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – One of the few players with the game to trouble Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova’s decade-long losing streak to the American great is one of the more curious anomalies in women’s tennis.