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Guyana lose T20 opener

13 September 2010

CENTURION – Guyana failed to ease concerns about their all-round depth in their opening match of the Champions League Twenty20 yesterday, and Royal Challengers Bangalore outclassed them by nine wickets, following a fine all-round performance from Jacques Kallis.... Read More


Pickwick, rain deny Empire

13 September 2010

A 69-run eighth-wicket partnership between Kyle Hope (73 not out) and Rascelle Gittens (23 not out), combined with the rain to deny ICBL Empire the chance of an outright win yesterday. Read More


Final bout goes down to wire

13 September 2010

KATIE TAYLOR gave new meaning to the Fighting Irish. Mary Kom sent another one reeling. Yet the two first-rate acts played second fiddle on Saturday. Read More


Fight on!

12 September 2010

THE SHOW MUST GO ON." All of our boxers and officials are located on the south coast so obviously that impacted them, [but] we are comfortable that we are on top of the situation, [that] we have it under control and that the boxing will continue without disruptions."... Read More

Bajan boxers back in the ring

12 September 2010

The best in the world have shown their interest, and Barbadian boxers will get a second chance to do so as well, when the AIBA’s Women’s Boxing World Champsionships Read More

Rain could hold the key

12 September 2010

Rain, which has severely hampered the entire Sagicor General Shield Competition, might be the deciding factor in the quarter-finals slated for today starting at 11 a.m. Read More


US hitting hard

12 September 2010

THE UNITED STATES FORCES have laid claim to the Wildey Gym. Read More

COZIER ON CRICKET: Guyana's turn to represent

12 September 2010

NOT quite a year ago something remarkable happened in the far-off cricket stadiums of India. Read More

Maple ride luck at Bayfield

12 September 2010

A half-century by Jason Worrell in which fortune favoured him nine times – aided by the slippery fingers of the St Catherine fielders – allowed Maple to take a first innings lead of 90 on a very slow pitch. Read More


COZIER ON CRICKET: WICB flexes its muscle

12 September 2010

HERE we go again in the interminable battle for control of West Indies cricket. Read More

Banks recover to pass YMPC

12 September 2010

Banks, inspired by a disciplined knock of 59 by former West Indies opener Sherwin Campbell, supported by David Carter and Renaldo Holder, recovered from 127 for five to a satisfying 264 for eight in reply to Caribbean Lumber YMPC’s 231 all out. Read More


Spin does trick

12 September 2010

The leg spin of Ryan Layne and the part-time off breaks of Rondell Yearwood proved to be a potent combination as the pair bowled ESAF Pickwick to first innings lead over ICBL Empire yesterday. Read More

Novak Djokovic


11 September 2010

NEW YORK – So much for Rafa vs Roger in the US Open final. Read More

Tendulkar in the dark

11 September 2010

NEW DELHI – Sachin Tendulkar believes his India teammates have never been approached by bookmakers, but the trail in previous matchfixing investigations has often led back to India. Read More



11 September 2010

India’s Pratibha Jakhar (right) is rocked by a left from United States’ Cashmere Jackson, who took out her opponent in the first round of their light welterweight contest yesterday evening. Read More

Polé! Polé for Alonso

11 September 2010

MONZA – Fernando Alonso marked his Italian Grand Prix debut for Ferrari by taking pole position for the Formula One race. Read More

Man U let it slip

11 September 2010

LONDON – Manchester United conceded two stoppage-time goals to draw 3-3 at Everton, while Chelsea maintained a perfect start to their title defence by beating West Ham 3-1 in the Premier League. Read More

Durant puts US in final

11 September 2010

ISTANBUL – Kevin Durant carried the United States into the gold-medal game at the World Championship, scoring a US-record 38 points yesterday in an 89-74 victory over Lithuania. Read More


Gayle's future up to WICB

11 September 2010

It’s up to the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) to decide Chris Gayle’s future as West Indies cricket captain. So said Clive Lloyd, perhaps the West Indies’ most successful cricket skipper ever. Read More



11 September 2010

The opening boxing ceremony was momentous. The same couldn’t be said of Barbados’ opening bout. Read More


Nadal closer to big match-up

11 September 2010

NEW YORK – At the start, Rafael Nadal would say later, he was "scared" by the wind. He actually lost a service game. After one error, he slapped himself on the thigh. After another, he put his hands on his hips and stared at the spot where his shot went awry. Read More


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