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Poonam Yadav (right) Image Credit: Twitter (@T20WorldCup)
Poonam Yadav (right) Image Credit: Twitter (@T20WorldCup)

India stun champions Australia in explosive start to T20 World Cup

SYDNEY,  (Reuters) – Leg-spinner Poonam Yadav bamboozled Australia as India opened the seventh edition of the Women’s Twenty20 World Cup with a stunning upset of the reigning champions and tournament hosts by 17 runs at Sydney Showground today.

Roston Chase hit 16 fours and a six in his knock of 136 off 113 balls. (Sri Lanka Cricket photo)
Roston Chase hit 16 fours and a six in his knock of 136 off 113 balls. (Sri Lanka Cricket photo)

Chase hundred lifts Windies to key tour win

NEGOMBO, Sri Lanka, CMC – Roston Chase struck an imperious hundred as West Indies warmed up for tomorrow’s opening One Day International with a dominant six-wicket victory over the Sri Lanka Board President’s XI here yesterday.

Members of the GFF Executive Committee posing with One CONCACAF Programme and Special Projects Coordinator within the Caribbean Howard McIntosh [sitting at left], and General Secretary of the Bermuda Football Association David Sabir [sitting at right], following the conclusion of the CONCACAF Executive Mentorship Programme at the Pegasus Hotel, Kingston.
Members of the GFF Executive Committee posing with One CONCACAF Programme and Special Projects Coordinator within the Caribbean Howard McIntosh [sitting at left], and General Secretary of the Bermuda Football Association David Sabir [sitting at right], following the conclusion of the CONCACAF Executive Mentorship Programme at the Pegasus Hotel, Kingston.

Football execs trained on good governance

The Guyana Football Federation (GFF) conducted the CONCACAF Executive Mentorship Programme from February 15th-16th at the Pegasus Hotel, Kingston.

Neymar still wants to rejoin Barca says Messi

BARCELONA (Reuters) – Barcelona captain Lionel Messi says Neymar remains determined to return to the club and the Argentine wants him to turn them into an all-conquering force again, adding that he does not believe they are good enough at the moment to win the Champions League.

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