Sports

Spieth, Koepka, Kuchar lead American charge

British Open

SOUTHPORT, England, (Reuters) – Americans Jordan Spieth, Brooks Koepka and Matt Kuchar tamed a fiendish course in tough conditions to fire sparkling first-round 65s and lead the British Open by one shot on Thursday.

Christianburg/Wismar dismantles Kwakwani Secondary 5-1

Digicel Schools Football Championships

– wins  7th consecutive Region 10 title Four time Digicel Schools Football Champions Christianburg/Wismar sealed their seventh consecutive Region 10 title, dismantling Kwakwani Secondary 5-1, yesterday at the Wisburg Secondary Ground, Linden.

India reach final as Australia fall just short

ICC Women’s World Cup

DERBY, England,(Reuters) – India are through to take on England in the Women’s World Cup final after defending champions Australia fell 36 runs short of their victory target in a dramatic semi-final at Derby on Thursday.

Wins for Eagles, Colts

GABA U23 League Championship

Eagles and Colts secured wins in the under 23 Division, when the Georgetown Amateur Basketball Association (GABA) League Championship continued on Wednesday at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall, Homestretch Avenue.

Yadram the hero as Young Windies clinch series

-Guyanese adjudged Man -of-the-Series

DURBAN, South Africa, CMC – Off-spinner Bhaskar Yadram held his nerve to bowl a brilliant last over as West Indies Under-19s snatched a dramatic two-run victory over South Africa Under-19s to seal a 3-2 win in the five-match Youth One-Day International series here yesterday.

Froome in control as Aru slips down the rankings

SERRE-CHEVALIER, France, (Reuters) – Chris Froome kept control of his rivals in a gruelling Alpine ride to move a step closer to a fourth Tour de France title yesterday, retaining the leader’s yellow jersey after the 17th stage, won by Slovenia’s Primoz Roglic.

West thrilled with Young Windies tenacity after series win

DURBAN, South Africa, CMC – West Indies Under-19s head coach, Graeme West, has praised the resolve of his players after they produced a sterling comeback to snatch a dramatic last-over victory over South Africa Under-19s and take the five-match Youth One-Day International series 3-2 here yesterday.

Johnson lobs Ashes grenade at beaten England

MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – England’s abject display against South Africa in the second test shows they are a side struggling for consistency and Australia should be able to exploit their lack of cohesion in the upcoming Ashes series, former paceman Mitchell Johnson has said.

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