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Brazil delighted to have tougher opponents ahead

18 June 2010

After struggling against lowly ranked North Korea, Brazil is looking forward to facing better opponents at the World Cup. Read More


England 0-0 Algeria

18 June 2010

Algeria held England to a 0-0 draw at the World Cup on Friday, leaving Group C wide open headed into the final game of first-round play. Read More


Injury woes for Denmark ahead of Cameroon match

18 June 2010

Denmark is hampered by injuries ahead of its World Cup match against Cameroon, with strikers Nicklas Bendtner and Jon Dahl Tomasson struggling to be ready. Read More


Netherlands aims for second WCup win against Japan

18 June 2010

The Netherlands takes on Japan in the World Cup on Saturday with high hopes of securing a berth in the World Cup's knockout stages. Read More


Australia preparing for Ghana's attack at WCup

18 June 2010

A blur of pace, with young legs storming down the wings. Australia's chastened World Cup team is preparing to come up against more of the same on Saturday, but hope overconfidence will prove Ghana's undoing. Read More


Ghana hit by late injuries at World Cup

18 June 2010

Ghana could be without defenders Isaac Vorsah and John Mensah for the World Cup match on Saturday against Australia, which has lost midfielders Tim Cahill and Vince Grella. Read More


US rallies to tie Slovenia 2-2

18 June 2010

The United States rallied from a two-goal halftime deficit on goals by Landon Donovan and Michael Bradley to tie Slovenia 2-2. Read More


"I wanted to have my players focused like today," said Maradona.

18 June 2010

With Gonzalo Higuain scoring a hat trick and Lionel Messi in the thick of the action, stylish Argentina is on the brink of advancing at the World Cup. Read More


Vuvuzela inventor cashes in on success at WCup

18 June 2010

If only defender Neil Van Schalkwyk had not scored an equalizer for the Santos Cape Town youth team against Battswood 15 years ago, the whole blaring brouhaha over the vuvuzela might never had come to dominate the World Cup. Read More


Serbia Defeats Germany 1-0

18 June 2010

Milan Jovanovic scored one minute after Germany striker Miroslav Klose was ejected Friday, giving Serbia a 1-0 upset win over the three-time World Cup champions. Read More

Man killed over remote

18 June 2010

JOHANNESBURG – A South African man who wanted to watch a World Cup football match instead of a religious programme was beaten to death by his family in the northeastern part of the country, police said yesterday. Read More

Clean-up funding club trip

18 June 2010

THE Kickstart Football Club has raised funds for an upcoming tournament by helping to beautify Barbados. Read More


Combermere Under-16 Basketball champs

18 June 2010

CRICKET’S POWERHOUSES have now become basketball bullies as well. Read More

Man jailed over tickets

18 June 2010

PRETORIA – A Nigerian man has been sentenced to three years in prison by a World Cup-dedicated court in South Africa for being in unlawful possession of 30 match tickets. Read More


Bajans lift segway cup again

18 June 2010

BARBADOS are the segway polo champions once again. The locals lifted the Woz Challenge Cup for the second year in succession after successfully defending their title on Sunday night. Read More


Fresh Milk is back

18 June 2010

EIGHT HORSES are down to contest the Val Gale Cup, the feature race for three-year-olds and over at weight for age going 1 800 metres tomorrow, the fourth day of the Barbados Turf Club’s second season. Read More


Yes Terrace!

18 June 2010

THEY WAITED ALMOST 30 years for this moment. And the extra 30 minutes still felt like an eternity for West Terrace. Read More

India 'A' start well

18 June 2010

CROYDON – Andre Russell continued to impress on the West Indies "A" tour of England yesterday. Read More

Watson, Scott reach final

18 June 2010

SHARI WATSON and Sabrina Scott both saw off their opponents in straight sets to advance to last night’s final of the National Senior Badminton Championships at the Wildey Gymnasium. Read More

King reaches last 8 at Weber Open

18 June 2010

DARIAN KING is through to the quarter-finals of the 11th Gerry Weber Junior Open Tennis Tournament in Germany. Read More


Windies to try again

17 June 2010

THE TWO teams would have had a contrasting week since the premature end to the first Digicel Test match last Sunday. Read More


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