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Bulli five-for keep Scorpions in touch with Volcanoes

Bulli five-for keep Scorpions in touch with Volcanoes

West Indies Championship

A five-for from spinner Dennis Bulli kept Jamaica Scorpions in the hunt for their first win of the West Indies Championship against the Windward Island’s Volcanoes at Grenada National Stadium. At stumps on the third day, the Scorpions dismissed the Volcanoes for 198 in the second innings to leave themselves needing 211 runs for victory.  Earlier, Chadwick Walton’s 125 threatened to...

Cornwall four-for leads Hurricanes fightback against Jaguars

Cornwall four-for leads Hurricanes fightback against Jaguars

West Indies Championship

A four-wicket haul from burly spinner Rahkeem Cornwall has given Leeward Islands Hurricane a fighting chance but they will have plenty of work to do to get a result against the Guyana Jaguars in the West Indies Championship at Providence Stadium. At stumps on day three the Hurricanes were 32 for one, needing a further 259 to topple the defending champion...

Speed twins Mindley, Springer rip Red Force apart in big win for Pride

Speed twins Mindley, Springer rip Red Force apart in big win for Pride

West Indies Championship

Barbados Pride speed twins Marquino Mindley and Shamar Springer each grabbed four-fors in a devasting performance that floored the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force, with a 7 wicket in the West Indies Championship on Saturday. Forced to follow on after falling short of the Pride first innings total 215, the Red Force were bundled out for 103, falling below even their...

History leaves England coach Bayliss wary of Windies

History leaves England coach Bayliss wary of Windies

Windies

England coach Trevor Bayliss insists the team will be wary of the challenge posed by the Windies ahead of the upcoming series in the Caribbean. The English, who sit a comfortable four spots above the Windies, at two, on the ICC Test ranking table, will start the series as heavy favourites based on current form and experience.  The regional team heads back...

Federer won't follow in Ottey's footsteps

Federer won't follow in Ottey's footsteps

Australian Open

Tennis great Roger Federer insists he has no intention to take a page out of legendary Jamaican sprinter Merlene Ottey’s book in terms of his eventual longevity in the sport. Ottey, the 58-year-old sprinter, is known for her long-lasting presence in the sport of track and field having competed for some 33 years.  The athlete who ran for Slovenia in her...

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Guardiola demands improvement after Man City win

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Sports Desk Jan 20, 2019 EPL

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Vince, Curran star as Sixers trounce Heat to move second

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Sports Desk Jan 20, 2019 Cricket

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