The International Cricket Council Champions League final between defending champions Australia and New Zealand will take place this morning Jamaica time, beginning at 7:30 at Centurion in South Africa.
Reigning champions Trinidad and Tobago and regional four-day title-holders Jamaica will clash in one of four opening matches in the West Indies Cricket Board President’s Cup One-Day tournament in Guyana on October 28.
Serena Williams made a stuttering start in her bid to topple Dinara Safina from the world number one spot with 7-5, 6-4 win over Estonian Kaia Kanepi in the first round of the China Open in Beijing yesterday.
Members of the battered West Indies team are on their long trek back to the Caribbean, still picking up the pieces from a bruising ICC Champions Trophy campaign where they failed to win a single match.
Tim Bresnan produced the highest score ever made by an England No. 8 in One-Day International cricket to transform his team\'s fortunes after they had flirted with humiliation in their Champions Trophy semi-final against Australia.
West Indies players will begin their long trek back to the Caribbean tonight from a bruising International Cricket Council Champions Trophy campaign in South Africa where they failed to win a single match.
Defending champions St George’s College and their North Street rival Kingston College are highly fancied to score victories when the ISSA/Pepsi/Digicel Manning Cup football competition resumes this afternoon.