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14 June 2010

SOUTH AFRICA 1st Innings 352 (M. Boucher 69; S. Benn 5-120) WEST INDIES 1st Innings   Read More

Denmark plagued by more injury woes

14 June 2010

JOHANNESBURG - Denmark's injury worries in attack worsened yesterday, with striker Jon Dahl Tomasson joining Nicklas Bendtner Read More


14 June 2010

Carlton vs CGI Maple (at DESMOND HAYNES OVAL)   Read More

Eto'o's big test against Japan today

14 June 2010

BLOEMFONTEIN - After shrugging off criticism from Roger Milla and deciding not to skip the World Cup, Samuel Eto'o will get his first chance today Read More


Hewitt takes out Federer

14 June 2010

HALLE - Eighth-seeded Lleyton Hewitt beat Roger Federer for the first time in 16 matches to win the Gerry Weber Open title yesterday. Read More

Empire win battle of rivals

14 June 2010

ICBL Empire impressively qualified for the semi-finals of the Sagicor Twenty20 Cup by destroying historical rivals Super Centre Spartan by 35 runs yesterday. Read More


Victorious Veronica

14 June 2010

Jamaican sprint queen Veronica Campbell-Brown (right) clocked a world-leading time to capture the 200 metres a Read More


Maple oust champs Carlton

14 June 2010

PEDRO AGARD smashed seven sixes and four fours in a savage knock of 78 not out off 52 balls that helped CGI Maple qualify for next Sunday's semi-finals of the Sagicor Twenty20 Cup.   Read More

Champions Italy kick-off title defence today

13 June 2010

CAPE TOWN - Italy coach Marcello Lippi didn't make any bold predictions before the Azzurri's World Cup victory four years ago, Read More


Another beating for West Indies

13 June 2010

The Windies’ woes continued yesterday at Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad and Tobago with a lopsided 163-run loss Read More


Spartan whip Banks

13 June 2010

SUPERCENTRE SPARTAN gained their second consecutive victory of the 2010 season by inflicting an innings and 83 runs defeat on Banks Read More


Thomas' ton puts LIME ahead

13 June 2010

A DEFIANT UNBEATEN 127 by LIME's opener Randy Thomas overshadowed a haul of seven for 96 from 27.3 overs by Police's off-spinner Jason Smith, Read More

Brothers lift Pickwick

13 June 2010

KYLE HOPE hit an unbeaten half-century and with his brother Shai, who was not out on 34, shared in an unbroken third-wicket partnership of 91 Read More

COZIER ON CRICKET – Pollard dilemma

13 June 2010

IN A WEEK when the sporting world - indeed, the world, period - had ears and eyes only for the football World Cup, Read More

St Catherine in control

13 June 2010

CAPTAIN KENROY WILLIAMS scored a purposeful 112, inclusive of ten boundaries, in 204 minutes to give St Catherine a commanding lead over newcomers Dover.   Read More


Flying Fish roll away with win

13 June 2010

DEFENDING CHAMPIONS Flying Fish Ballers of Barbados got off to a winning start when the 2010 Segway Polo International Woz Challenge Cup Read More

Carlton on the verge of victory

13 June 2010

TWO SOLID KNOCKS from opener Dale Richards and Kirk Gibson put Carlton on the verge of victory over CGI Maple going into next Saturday's final day.   Read More


SA bowl WI over

13 June 2010

THERE WAS a massive crash at Queen's Park Oval yesterday. The victims - the West Indies batsmen - could have been contacted at: 641-262-910002. Read More

Wanderers battle back

13 June 2010

JOEL LEACOCK stabilised the top while Ian Bradshaw resuscitated the bottom of the batting order as Wanderers batted all day to score 228 for nine in 84 overs against ICBL Empire.   Read More


13 June 2010

SCORES ON THE SECOND DAY of the second round of matches of the Barbados Cricket Association's Intermediate Competition   Read More

Schools/Upper Intermediate

13 June 2010

THE SECOND DAY of the second series of matches in the Goddard Enterprises Limited School Competition:   Read More


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