Quintero is overall winner

-Ride for Life 4 fifth stage ends in photo finish The fourth annual Ride For Life cycle road race came climaxed yesterday at Homestretch Avenue with Miami-based cyclist Frank Travieso clinching victory over Godfrey Pollydore and Alonzo Greaves in a photo finish in the fifth and final stage.

Hyatt blasts Windies-A to T20 series sweep

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua,  CMC – A brutal half-century from Danza Hyatt helped West Indies-A sweep their Twenty20 series against Pakistan-A 2-0, when they won the second match by five wickets on Saturday.

Westwood stays top despite losing Molinari duel

SHANGHAI, (Reuters) – Lee Westwood narrowly failed to  begin life as world number one in winning style when Italian  Francesco Molinari pipped him to the HSBC Champions tournament yesterday after a thrilling final-round shootout.

Mc Kay, Starc help end Aussies losing streak

(BBC) Australia ended their seven-game losing streak as seamers Clint McKay and Mitchell Starc bowled them to an eight-wicket one-day victory over Sri Lanka yesterday.

Strauss ton sets up England win

(BBC) Skipper Andrew Strauss hit 120 not out as England beat Western Australia by six wickets in their opening three-day warm-up game yesterday ahead of the Ashes series.

Fiery Martin stuns India with five-wicket haul

AHMEDABAD, India, (Reuters) – New Zealand pacer Chris  Martin bowled superbly on an unhelpful pitch to demolish the top  order and leave India with a fragile lead of 110 and six wickets  down in their second innings yesterday.

‘Clown’ Pietersen gets his mojo back

SYDNEY, (Reuters) – England’s Kevin Pietersen  believes he is hitting his best form just at the right time  with the Ashes series against Australia just a couple of weeks  away.

Guyana sneak into Digicel Cup Finals

Guyana left it until the final night but sneaked into the finals of the Digicel Caribbean Cup after their southern Caribbean neighbours Trinidad and Tobago hammered Haiti 4-0 at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium in Trinidad on Saturday.

Roach geared up for Sri Lanka challenge

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Rookie West Indies fast bowler Kemar Roach says he is looking forward to the challenge of bowling on the wickets in Sri Lanka, especially after having brushed up his skill during the recent training camp at 3Ws Oval.

Hornets remain perfect with tight win over Miami

NEW ORLEANS, (Reuters) – The New Orleans Hornets  pulled off a tight 96-93 victory over the fast-finishing Miami  Heat on Friday to record their fifth successive win and the  franchise’s best start to a season.

Button escapes unhurt from armed attackers

SAO PAULO, (Reuters) – Formula One world champion  Jenson Button escaped unhurt after an attempted armed attack on  his car as he left the Brazilian Grand Prix circuit yesterday, his McLaren team said.

Windies A win thriller in super-over

ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – West Indies A snatched a thrilling super-over victory over Pakistan A late Friday night, as they launched their two-match Twenty20 series in dramatic style at the Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium.

Park strikes late as United scramble past Wolves

LONDON, (Reuters) – With the clock ticking towards  full-time Park Ji-sung rescued Manchester United with a superb  winner to give the ailing home side a fortunate 2-1 win over  Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League on yesterday.

King wants team work from drivers

– Mayers clocks fastest time at time trials Guyana’s Stephen King wants local drivers to work as a team to ensure that Guyana run out deserved winners of the Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing championships which climaxes today at the South Dakota Circuit.

Hooper fizzles but Williams fires Windies Masters to win

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Crowd favourite Carl Hooper scored a one-ball “duck” but opener Stuart Williams lashed an unbeaten 86 to fire West Indies Masters to a four-wicket win over England, with a ball to spare on the opening night of the CLOBI Cup Twenty20 Championship here Friday.