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Ransford’s Goodluck continues

-National champion excels but Guyana lose Goodwill series Current national champion Ransford Goodluck continued his excellent form in Antigua ahead of the West Indies fullbore shooting championships when he captured three gold medals and three trophies at the Goodwill shooting competition over the weekend in St.

‘Futsal is here to complement soccer’

-says FIFA’s KonstinBy Floyd Christie The participants of the recently concluded International Football Federation (FIFA) Futsal coaching course were yesterday presented with tokens and certificates of participation at the Transport Sports Club.

Christopher calls for a shakeup of CABA

President of the St. Lucia Amateur Boxing Association David “Shakes” Christopher says the Caribbean Amateur Boxing Association  (CABA) needs a shakeup in order to wake up from its sleep on the amateur canvas.

Twenty20 international spices up Florida suburb

LAUDERHILL, Florida,  (Reuters) – With the smell of  Jamaican jerk chicken and Indian biryani wafting through  stands, New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by 28 runs in the first  official international between two test playing nations in the  United States.   

New kits for South Africa

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, CMC – South Africa’s authorities dispatched its procurement officer to the Caribbean on Friday to ensure the Proteas had a replacement playing kit ahead of the One-day International series with West Indies, which started on Saturday in Antigua.

Windies add Richards to ODI squad

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – West Indies have added opener Dale Richards, and increased their squad to 15 for the second One-day International against South Africa today at the Vivian Richards Cricket Ground.

Venus dazzles as sun beats down in Paris

PARIS, (Reuters) – The sun beat down from a cloudless  Parisian sky yesterday as the French Open began with a sultry Venus Williams raising the on-court temperature and French favourite Jo-Wilfried Tsonga almost getting caught cold.  

Hamilton charged over Melbourne street stunt

MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – Former world champion Lewis  Hamilton has been charged with ‘intentional loss of control of  a motor vehicle’ after performing a stunt in his Mercedes road  car on a public street at the Australian Grand Prix in March.  

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