Tuesday 16th December, 2008

 
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Cricket

Gayle happy over second Test

DUNEDIN–West Indies captain Chris Gayle says his side will take the positives from the rain-affected drawn Test into the second match starting later this week, in an attempt to clinch the series decider. 

Final day washout prompts draw

DUNEDIN–Rain forced play on the fifth and final day to be abandoned without a ball being bowled to force a draw in the opening Test between New Zealand and West Indies yesterday.

Pizza Hut Gerry Gomez Classic

iPods, cellphones, tickets for spectators

In an effort to attract greater spectator interest in the game, Nishi Ramharrack, vice-president of Pizza Hut will offer incentives and features in each of the four days of the annual Pizza Hut/Gerry Gomez Cricket Classic at the Queen’s Park Oval.

 

Other

Technocrats stun Glamorgan for vball title

Technocrats came from a set down to defeat pre-match favourites, Glamorgan to capture the T&T Volleyball Federation Men’s “A” Division on Sunday.

Williams rips past Blackman in RBTT tennis

Kristyan Valentine was in ripping form on Sunday in the RBTT Junior Tennis Championship on the Country Club courts in Maraval.

 

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