Barbados wallops Guyana

By Clifton Ross in Trinidad and Tobago A menacing spell of fast-bowling from Fidel Edwards backed up by half-centuries from openers Kraigg Brathwaite and Dwayne Smith steered Barbados to the finals of the NAGICO Regional Super50 tournament, after sending Guyana Malta Supreme packing in a seven-wicket defeat.

Finalists take their places

…as Scotia Bank Kiddy Cricket continues in Berbice

Scotia Bank Kiddy Cricket festival continued yesterday with matches in East Corentyne Berbice. Massiah, Corriverton, McGowan, Auchlyne, Cumberland, Fort Ordnance and Leeds were the latest teams to qualify for final places in their respective zones.

Fiery Johnson puts Australia on top against S.Africa

PRETORIA, (Reuters) – Mitchell Johnson showed his fiery bowling had not cooled from the Ashes as he ripped through South Africa’s top order to leave the hosts 140 for six at the close of the second day of the first test against Australia at SuperSport Park yesterday.

South Africa to retain Test mace at the 1 April cut-off date

Battle for second position on Reliance ICC Test Team Rankings goes down to the wire

(ICC) South Africa is guaranteed to retain the mace as well as collect a cash award of US$475,000 that is presented to the side that tops the Reliance ICC Test Team Rankings on the 1 April cut-off date, but battle for second and third places remain tight as both Australia and India have a chance to finish in the top two.

Griffin hitting new heights for Clippers as his game evolves

LOS ANGELES, (Reuters) – Blake Griffin is making the leap to heights even he has never reached. The Los Angeles Clippers forward is best known for the gravity defying dunks that have made him a regular on highlight reels, but Blake is evolving as a player and taken his game up a notch to emerge as one of the most lethal weapons in the NBA.

Dhoni snubs media as India prepare for series decider

WELLINGTON, (Reuters) – India cricket officials shut down any questions about a fixing scandal ahead of the series deciding second test against New Zealand with skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni a no show for the traditional captain’s pre-match media conference yesterday.