MELBOURNE, Australia, CMC – All-rounder Dwayne Bravo has put aside his West Indies contracts wrangle and put pen to paper for Melbourne Renegades in the upcoming T20 Big Bash League starting here next month.
(Reuters) – Ahmed Shehzad struck his third test century as Pakistan completely dominated the opening day of the first test against New Zealand in Abu Dhabi to reach 269 for one and stay on course for a mammoth first-innings total yesterday.
ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – In-form striker Keiran Murtagh leads a plethora of overseas-based players included in Antigua and Barbuda 23-man squad for the CFU Caribbean Cup Finals which kick off in Jamaica tomorrow.
The feature 30-lap race of the 17th annual Troy Humphrey Memorial event was called off yesterday due to some cyclists blocking the circuit of the National Park in protest, somewhat overshadowing the otherwise successful fixture.
Malteenoes Sport Club (MSC) trounced the Muslim Youth Organisation (MYO) by four wickets to keep their chances of qualifying for a semifinals position alive as action in the Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA)/New Building Society 40 overs second division competition continued yesterday at the MSC ground.
MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – After the three injury-plagued seasons Pat Cummins has endured since his sensational test debut, it is little wonder the 21-year-old Australian paceman is happy just to be playing cricket.
(Reuters) – Zimbabwe off-spinner Malcolm Waller has been reported for a suspected illegal bowling action, joining a fast-growing list of spinners to have fallen foul of the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) rules against throwing.
IT is 26 days since the West Indies team prematurely exited its tour of India with one ODI, one Twenty20 and three Tests left abandoned, a week since the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) formalized its claim against the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) for US$41.97 million compensation for the consequent losses, just six days before its deadline for an explanation of how the WICB intends to pay.
A Raymond Austin five-goal haul propelled title holders St. Pius Primary to their second consecutive finals’ appearance, in the process embarrassing Tucville Primary 6-1 in their semi-final encounter of the Petra Organization/ Courts Pee football tourney yesterday.
(Reuters) – The leaden-footed Australians found themselves bamboozled by Pakistan’s wily spinners and their trans-Tasman rivals New Zealand can expect similar treatment from Misbah-ul-Haq and his men in a three-test series starting in Abu Dhabi today.
Bishops’ High defeated St. Stanislaus College 48-44 in overtime after normal time concluded with the scores locked on 38-38 when the Guyana Amateur Basketball Federation (GABF) u-19 High School Exchange Pilot Programme continued on Friday.
After wrapping up her maiden three-day visit yesterday by taking some student athletes through pre-race warm up drills, U. S star hurdler, Kristi Castlin assured that she will return since “I want to be more involved here.”
Following the activity at the Camp Ayanganna ground, the Diamond League winner told Stabroek Sport that