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All American Tennis Semi-Final!

Two all-American semi-finals will take place on day 11 of the US Open as Venus Williams plays Sloane Stephens and Coco Vandeweghe faces Madison Keys. It is the first all-US last four line-up at the tournament since 1981. Williams, the 2000 and 2001 champion, and Stephens will be first on …

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CPL 2017: Defending Champions Tallawahs Knocked Out

There will be new champions of the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) after title-holders, the Jamaica Tallawahs were bested by the Guyana Amazon Warriors in a five-wicket affair at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy Oval on Wednesday night.Sent into bat, the Tallawahs scored 168-8, but saw that total overhauled thanks …

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Blackheart 2017 Press Launch and Draw

The highly anticipated Blackheart/SLFA Knockout tournament is quickly approaching. After the completion of the very exciting Champion of Champions tournament last weekend, the official press launch of the tournament proper will be held next week. The press launch is expected to take place on Wednesday 13th September 2017 at the …

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Blackheart’s 2017 Media Power Rankings!

  The highly anticipated media power rankings for this year’s SLFA/Blackheart Knockout tournament is finally here. Perhaps the most stunning listing came from David Pascal of the Star. The popular sports writer has three time champions Dennery as the most likely team to walk away with the trophy for the …

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Final Test West Indies V England: Woakes Out!

 Toby Roland-Jones will return to England’s team at the expense of Chris Woakes for the decisive third Test against West Indies, Joe Root has confirmed. Roland-Jones made an impressive impact after being called up to make his debut in the series with South Africa, taking 14 wickets in three Tests at …

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Cricket No Longer the Gentleman’s Game

There has been so much talk about the effect T20 cricket has had on the lovely game. Many who grew up in the earlier days would have embraced cricket as the so called “gentleman’s game.” With that came the notion of a high class tea break during a test match, …

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