| Melbourne, Kensington reach final
MELBOURNE WILL defend their Capital & Credit Merchant Bank All-island cricket crown against Kensington next weekend at Chedwin Park, most likely.
West Indies legend Walcott dies
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (AP): CLYDE WALCOTT, a West Indies cricket legend and the first non-British chairman of the International Cricket Council (ICC), died yesterday at a hospital, his wife, Muriel, said. He was 80. The cause of death...
Magnificent Miracle Man
THE REIGNING 'Horse of the Year', MIRACLE MAN, toting customary top weight of 60.5kg with champion jockey Brian Harding aboard, turned in an awesome display at Caymanas Park yesterday to win the Eileen Cliggott Trophy grade one feature over...
United make it win No 3
LONDON (AP): MANCHESTER UNITED improved their English Premier League record to 3-0 yesterday, beating newly promoted Watford 2-1 on a second-half goal by Ryan Giggs.
All Blacks crush SA at Loftus Versfeld
PRETORIA (Reuters): NEW ZEALAND slammed the Springboks 45-26 in the Tri-Nations yesterday to register their first win in South Africa since 2003.
Rain postpones Go-Kart festival
DUE TO inclement weather, the organisers of the Red Bull Smokin Street Go-Kart extravaganza have postponed the event until next Sunday, September 3.
Argentina, Spain through to quarters
SAITAMA, Japan (AP): Title contenders Ar-gentina and Spain advanced to the quarter-finals of the basketball World Championship yesterday after strong games from their star players.
Agassi prepares for last Open hurrah
NEW YORK (AP): Beneath the stands of Arthur Ashe Stadium, posters of U.S. Open champions decorate the otherwise spartan hallways leading to the door Andre Agassi will step through to reach centre court for the final time.
Getting back to the top
The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) will be hosting a regional cricket development workshop in Antigua on September 4.