Daren Sammy
Daren Sammy

Sammy says data offers hope for ODI turnaround

ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – Newly-appointed white-ball head coach Daren Sammy said the “numbers don’t lie” about the performance of West Indies in One-day and Twenty20 Internationals, but the analytics also revealed there was hope for a change in fortunes of the two sides.

Santos, Beacons record identical 2-1 wins

Santos, Beacons, and Westside secured hard-fought wins when the inaugural Isun’s Health-Conscious Master’s Football League continued on Friday at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground, Bourda.

 Former West Indies all-rouner Deandra Dottin

Dottin cameo delivers first win for Thunder

MANCHESTER, England, CMC – Retired West Indies all-rounder Deandra Dottin lashed an exciting cameo as Thunder won their first game of the Charlotte Edwards Cup with a seven-wicket victory over Sunrisers here yesterday.

Kycia Knight

Knight trumps Joseph in thrilling last-ball win for Barbados – 4th round

BASSETERRE, CMC – A run-a-ball 49 from Kycia Knight topped a run-a-ball, even half-century from Qiana Joseph, and recently-minted Super50 champions Barbados clinched a four-wicket win against leaders Windward Islands off the last ball in the West Indies Women’s Twenty20 Blaze on Thursday in St Kitts, raising their hopes of double title success.

Lewis Hamilton

Hamilton encouraged by changes to his Mercedes

MONACO, (Reuters) – Lewis Hamilton sounded encouraged by his upgraded Mercedes after the first day of Monaco Grand Prix practice yesterday, even though the principality’s tight and twisting streets were no place for a meaningful assessment.

Daren Sammy

Sammy says doubts about him are nothing new

ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – Newly-appointed West Indies white-ball head coach Daren Sammy said he was under no illusions about the enormity of the task ahead of him in the role and being a former captain of the team during a turbulent period may be a blessing.

O’Jeer suing GFF over suspension

The Guyana Football Federation (GFF), its President Wayne Forde and General Secretary Ian Alves are being sued by former executive committee member Keith O’Jeer over his suspension as Berbice Football Association (BFA) President in 2018.

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