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Shannon Gabriel celebrates bowling Ollie Pope on the fourth day of the opening Test here yesterday.
Shannon Gabriel celebrates bowling Ollie Pope on the fourth day of the opening Test here yesterday.

Gabriel, Joseph inspire England collapse as Windies tighten grip

SOUTHAMPTON, England, CMC – Speedsters Shannon Gabriel and Alzarri Joseph rocked England in the final session with fiery spells as the hosts collapsed spectacularly losing five wickets for 30 runs in a nightmare 75-ball period, to leave West Indies with an excellent chance of winning the opening Test here yesterday.

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Junior Hercules

Guyana withdraws from U17 basketball qualifier over COVID-19

The Guyana Amateur Basketball Federation (GABF), the local governing body of the discipline, has officially withdrawn from the International Federation of Association Basketball (FIBA) U17 Skills Challenge-Americas Qualifier, due to the upsurge in local Covid-19 related cases.

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Rain master Hamilton storms to Styrian GP pole

(Reuters) – Six-times Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton lived up to his rain master reputation with an astonishing lap to put his Mercedes on pole position for the first Styrian Grand Prix at Austria’s Red Bull Ring yesterday.

Costa strike guarantees Atletico top-four finish

MADRID, (Reuters) – Atletico Madrid sealed Champions League qualification for the eighth consecutive season by beating Real Betis 1-0 at home yesterday thanks to a late Diego Costa goal after having a player sent off and seeing two goals ruled out following VAR reviews.

Reports: Redskins name change ‘imminent’

(Field Level Media) Little more than a week after the Washington Redskins announced they would conduct a “thorough review” of the team’s nickname, reports surfaced yesterday that a name change is indeed “imminent.”

Wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich pulls en route to his half-century against England yesterday.

Brathwaite, Dowrich fifties keep Windies ahead

SOUTHAMPTON, England, CMC – Opener Kraigg Brathwaite snapped a run of poor form with a half-century while wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich got his first fifty on English soil as they helped West Indies carve out an invaluable first innings lead on the third day of the opening Test here yesterday.

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