(Reuters) – Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo has been given a three-match ban and fined after his red card in Sunday’s 1-1 La Liga draw at Athletic Bilbao, the Spanish soccer federation (RFEF) said yesterday.
Teams aiming to compete in the 10th Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club (RHTYSC) Busta Champion-of-Champions Cricket tournament are being asked to get ready for the competition which bowls off on February 16 weather permitting.
(The Sports Xchange) – – -Indiana forwards Paul George and David West combined for 40 points and sparked a third-quarter uprising that enabled the Pacers to beat the Atlanta Hawks 89-85 for their third straight win Tuesday night.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Kevin Pietersen is one of world cricket’s heroes and his sacking by England represents a failure by the team’s leadership rather than the player, according to former International Cricket Council president Ehsan Mani.
-Guyana rush into semi-finals with tense 22-run win over the defending champs
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Veerasammy Permaul prized out three crucial wickets in a final spell that earned Guyana a thrilling 22-run win over theWindward Islands and a place in the semi-final of the NAGICO Super50 cricket tournament at the Queen’s Park Oval here last evening.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC– The doping case against Jamaican sprinter Sherone Simpson has been further set back after officials failed to unravel the meaning of a long awaited report from aSports Science Laboratory in Kentucky.
(Cricinfo) Even while it stays engaged in negotiations with the BCCI, Cricket South Africa has laid out some fundamental objections to the ICC makeover proposal which includes the permanent membership for representatives from India, England and Australia in the proposed Executive Committee.
(Reuters) – Kumar Sangakkara thumped his 34th test century for Sri Lanka before Shakib Al Hasan hit back with two wickets to give Bangladesh something to cheer on the first day of the second test in Chittagong yesterday.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Kevin Pietersen’s brilliant and controversial international career ended yesterday as the fallout from England’s woeful Ashes campaign claimed the scalp of one of the country’s most mercurial batting talents.
(Reuters) – World Boxing Organisation welterweight champion Timothy Bradley of the United States and his challenger, Manny Pacquiao, will both be seeking redemption when they clash for a second time on April 12 in Las Vegas.
The media release explained it was a decision made “in the best interest of West Indies cricket.”
Yet the regional governing body’s wholehearted support of the proposal by Australia, India and England (the Big Three) to take over world cricket, could result in an enormous backlash.