Play began in muggy conditions and prospects of a shower or two - heralds of Cyclone Pam - could not be ruled out in the afternoon. , the West Indies captain, did his bit - win the toss, choose to bowl and put the UAE top order into a shredder - to set his team a target of 176 in 36.2 overs. West Indies' batsmen chased down the total in 30.3 overs, and once Sarfraz Ahmed's ton inspired Pakistan to victory a few hours later, both teams' berths in the knockouts were sealed.
England are out of the World Cup, their abject challenge foundering once again with Bangladesh their latest tormentors, inflicting their fourth defeat in five, by 15 runs. After a high-octane finale, Bangladesh can delight in qualifying for the final stages of a major tournament for the first time, a breakthrough after so many lean years that cannot be overestimated. England, after fulfilling what will now be a hollow final match against Afghanistan, will return home to recriminations.
ST JOHN’S, Antigua - Arguably the best fleet of offshore racing yachts that has ever gathered in the Caribbean, took part in the seventh edition of the RORC Caribbean 600. 66 yachts started the 600 mile race around 11 Caribbean islands, with numerous world champions, America's Cup and Volvo Ocean Race sailors taking part with passionate Corinthian amateurs, many of whom are members of the Royal Ocean Racing Club.
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Union official calls on Cabinet to fire Transport Board chairman Senior Industrial Relations Officer of the Antigua & Barbuda Workers Union (ABWU) Chester Hughes has made an impassioned plea for the Cabinet of Antigua & Barbuda to fire Transport Board Chairman Dean...