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Gold Cup: Honduras knocked out by Haiti, USA draw with Panama

Haiti knocked Honduras out of the CONCACAF Gold Cup with a 1-0 victory thanks to a goal by Duckens Nazon, and Toronto FC’s Michael Bradley scored a second-half equalizer as the USA played to a 1-1 draw with Panama. (Image source: Yahoo Sports)

TFC defender Steven Caldwell retires

Toronto FC’s Steven Caldwell is retiring after a 17-year career. The Scottish defender came to Toronto from Birmingham City in 2013, and that same year he was named captain until the end of the 2014 season. Caldwell will now be an executive at Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment. (Image source: TSN)

28 new money laundering cases found in FIFA probe

Swiss authorities looking into FIFA say they found 28 new acts of suspected money laundering related to the bidding process for the next two World Cups. This brings the number of related money laundering cases to 81. This is after 53 offences were announced by Switzerland’s Attorney General Michael Lauber. (Image source: The Score)

India finish off Zimbabwe in 3-0 series sweep

Kedar Jadhav and Manish Pandey set up a 3-0 series sweep for India, who flattened Zimbabwe by 83 runs in the 3rd and final ODI match at the Harare Sports Club. India were 276/5 from their 50 overs. Player of the match Kedar Jadhav struck an unbeaten 105 off 87 balls with 14 fours and Read More

Owners of two IPL teams suspended for two years

The owners of two top teams in the Indian Premier League (IPL) have been suspended in a corruption case. A panel set up by India’s Supreme Court gave a two-year suspension to the owners of the Chennai Super Kings and the Rajasthan Royals after they were found guilty in an illegal betting and match-fixing probe. Read More

CPL: Gayle pulls off century as Tallawahs flatted Red Steel

The hits keep on coming from Chris Gayle; this time he blasted a century to give the Jamaica Tallawahs a 50-run victory over the T&T Red Steel at Sabina Park in Kingston. Gayle, the Tallawahs captain and man of the match, gave the hometown crowd something to cheer about, smashing 105 off just 57 deliveries, Read More

Former FIFA official Chuck Blazer gets lifetime ban from football

Chuck Blazer, the former member of FIFA’s executive committee, has been banned from the sport for life at the national and international levels. The ban was imposed by FIFA’s ethics committee, who says Blazer committed “many and various acts of misconduct”. Blazer, who was the most senior American in global football, pleaded guilty to US Read More

Wimbledon: Serena to face Muguruza in final

Serena Williams booked her spot in the Wimbledon final; the top seed took two straight sets to beat Number 4 Maria Sharapova (6-2, 6-4). Serena’s challenger for the title is Garbiñe Muguruza, who reached her first ever Grand Slam final; the Spanish player defeated the Polish former finalist Agnieszka Radwanska (6-2, 3-6, 6-3). (Image source: Read More

CPL 2015: Amazon Warriors sink Patriots in rainy match

The Guyana Amazon Warriors beat the St. Kitts & Nevis Patriots by 23 runs via Duckworth/Lewis at Warner Park. Scores: SKNP 158/6 from 20 overs: captain Marlon Samuels 61. GAW bowling: Ronsford Beaton 2/27 from 3, Marchant de Lange 2/44 from 3. GAW 146/2 from 16.4 overs (reduced target of 124 from 16.4 overs): Brad Read More

The Ashes: Moeen shines on second day in Cardiff

England’s Moeen Ali did enough to rattle the Australian side on day 2 of the first Ashes Test at Cardiff. Scores: England 1st innings 430 all out: Joe Root 134, Moeen Ali 77, Gary Ballance 61, Ben Stokes 52. Australia bowling: Mitchell Starc 5/114 from 24.1, Josh Hazlewood 3/83 from 23, Nathan Lyon 2/69 from Read More


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