West Indies Women lost their second match in Group “B” of the ICC Women’s Twenty/20 World Cup losing by 8 wickets with 10 balls to spare against Pakistan Women at Canberra, Australia today. The scores: West Indies Women 124 for 7 off 20-overs; (captain, Stafanie Taylor 43, wicket-keeper/batter, Shemaine Campbell 43; Nida Dar 2 for… Continue Reading →
The second round of matches in the National Lotteries Authority SVG Masters Football Championship will be played this evening at Victoria Park. At 6:00, Calliaqua Masters will meet Layou Masters, and at 7:00, SESCO will play against Greggs Masters. Both matches are in Group “A”. The scheduled Group “B” match between COMPUTEC VINCY Masters and… Continue Reading →
Yesterday afternoon, in Group “A” in the Coreas Distribution/COMSPORT/ XTREME FM Top Belair Progressive Organisation 9-a-side Football Championship, Sylvester Engineering Dream FC beat Hackers International FC 4-2 at the Dauphine Playing Field. This afternoon at 4:30, Flick WA-KAN-DA will meet Curtis King Conquering Lions in Group “B” also at the Dauphine Playing Field.
High Park United reached the Final of the 2020 Richland Park Netball Championship with a 38-25 victory over 3Js Valley Strikers at the Hard Court of the Richland Park Primary School, yesterday afternoon. The other finalist will be decided on Thursday afternoon, when Teachers Co-operative Credit Union Star Girls will meet KE-BEZ Vultures in the… Continue Reading →
This year’s 3-Day National Junior Squash Championships climaxed on Sunday at the National Squash Centre at Paul’s Avenue, in Kingstown. Jayden George defeated Dru Samuel 11-6, 11-LOVE, 11-8 to win the Boys Under-11 Title; Jaydon Williams won the won the Boys Under-13/15 Title beating Jayden George 11-5, 11-3, 13-11; Rashid Constance clinched the Boys Under-19… Continue Reading →
Owia Young Strikers are the champions of the Biabou Twenty/20 Softball Cricket Championship following a 61-run victory over Hard Hitters under the Duckworth/Lewis Method at the Biabou Playing Field, yesterday. The match was reduced to 18-overs because of a late start. The scores: Owia Young Strikers 103 off 18-overs; (Rohan Lavia 35, Kurtlan Lavia 16;… Continue Reading →