Thailand Women beat Bangladesh Women by 16 runs under the Duckworth Lewis Method in the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup Qualifying Tournament in Zimbabwe yesterday. The scores: Bangladesh Women 176-8 off 50 overs, Thailand Women, set a revised target of 117 runs off 39.2 overs after rain interrupted the match, 132-2 off 39.2 overs.
West Ham United secured their place in the Europa League last 16 with a 2-0 win against Rapid Vienna in a match played behind closed doors in Austria yesterday. Andriy Yarmolenko put West Ham United ahead just before half-time when he headed in at the back post from Nikola Vlasic’s cross. Minutes later, Yarmolenko was… Continue Reading →
English Premier Club, Leicester City beat Legia Warsaw of Poland 3-1 yesterday to leap to the top of Group C of the Europa League, and put themselves in pole position to reach the knockout stage with one match remaining. Leicester City, who began yesterday at the bottom of Group C, had the job done by… Continue Reading →
Cricket West Indies is hoping to give Chris Gayle a proper send-off at Sabina Park when it hosts Ireland for a white-ball series in January next year. Following a disappointing performance at the ICC Twenty/20 Cricket World Cup in the United Arab Emirates, Gayle indicated that he would love to play one more match in… Continue Reading →
Tim Paine has taken an indefinite mental health break from cricket which means that he is unavailable for the start of the Ashes Series against England, and raises the prospect that he has played his last Test. Paine had been due to play in Tasmania’s Marsh Cup game today before linking up with the Australia squad… Continue Reading →
Scottish Club, Celtic’s hopes of Europa League progression were extinguished after a late collapse condemned them to a 3-2 defeat by Bayer Leverkusen In Group G in Germany yesterday. Celtic were on course for a first win in Germany after fighting back with an audacious Josip Juranovic penalty awarded after a check with Video Assistant… Continue Reading →
Sri Lanka defeated the West Indies by 187 runs in the 1st Test at Galle, Sri Lanka today, the fifth and final day of the match. The West Indies were 52-6 in their 2nd innings at the close of play yesterday after being set a winning target of 348 runs by Sri Lanka who declared… Continue Reading →