Former New Zealand captain Crowe suffers cancer relapse

Martin Crowe

WELLINGTON, (Reuters) – Former New Zealand cricket captain Martin Crowe has suffered a relapse of his cancer. The 51-year-old first said he was suffering from a form of lymphoma in 2012 but after chemotherapy he said in June 2013 the tumours had been eroded and he was clear of the disease.

Chanderpaul climbs to third place in batting table

- Roach and Benn achieve career-best rankings

Kemar Roach

West Indies batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul has returned to the top three of the Reliance ICC Player Rankings for Test batsmen following a stellar performance against Bangladesh in the second Test in St Lucia, which finished on Tuesday.

Mercedes duo set for Singapore street fight

Nico Rosberg

SINGAPORE, (Reuters) – Mercedes team mates Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton renew their sometimes hostile rivalry on the floodlit streets of Singapore this weekend at a circuit where mistakes or collisions normally result in race retirement.

Shiv cracks 30th test ton

- As ruthless Windies humiliate Bangladesh, win series

Man of the match Shivnarine Chanderpaul celebrates his 3oth test ton. (Photo courtesy WICB media)

GROS ISLET, St Lucia, CMC – A century from Shiv Chanderpaul, Sulieman Benn’s five wicket haul and three wickets from Jerome Taylor helped West Indies run rings around Bangladesh to win by 296 runs in the second test and claim a two-nil series win yesterday.

FIFA RAP concludes

GFF President Christopher Matthias (centre sitting) and CONCACAF Head of Referees Peter Pendergast (third from left sitting) posing for a photo opportunity with participating referees following the conclusion of the FIFA Referees Assistance Program (RAP)

The FIFA Referees Assistance Programme (RAP) officially concluded with a simple closing ceremony Sunday at the National Research Center on Woolford Avenue, Thomas Lands.