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England dump New Zealand with record ODI total

England triumphed with a record score as they dumped New Zealand by 210 runs in the first ODI match at Edgbaston Cricket Ground in Birmingham. The Three Lions posted their highest ever one-day total with 408/9 from their 50 overs; this included a 3rd wicket partnership of 121 between Joe Root 104 and captain Eoin Read More

McPherson, Spencer clean up in Birmingham; Walcott breaks own record

Jamaica’s Stephenie Ann McPherson took top honours at the women’s 400-metre race at the Diamond League meet in Birmingham, England; she finished in 52.14 seconds. Kaliese Spencer of Jamaica won the women’s 400-metre hurdles with 54.45. In the men’s javelin, Keshorn Walcott of Trinidad & Tobago finished third, but he squashed his own record for Read More

Blatter discussed $10 million bribe with South Africa, says 2007 email

A 2007 email says FIFA head Sepp Blatter and then-South African president Thabo Mbeki discussed the 10 million dollars that wound up with corrupt officials. US investigators suspect that that money was a bribe for the 2010 World Cup bid. Blatter has already stepped down in light of the scandal. (Image source: The Score)

England, New Zealand begin one-day series at Edgbaston

England and New Zealand will begin their first of five ODI matches tomorrow. This follows a two-Test series that ended in a 1-1 draw. Eoin Morgan will captain the English hosts, while Brendon McCullum leads the Kiwis. The first one-day match gets underway at Edgbaston Cricket Ground in Birmingham. (Image source: ESPN Cricinfo)

Lightning, Blackhawks square off in Game 3 of Stanley Cup finals

Game 3 of the Stanley Cup finals between the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Chicago Blackhawks happens tonight at Chicago’s United Center. The series is tied 1-1. (Image source: CBS Sports)

Jays seek sixth straight win as they host Miami

The Toronto Blue Jays look for their sixth straight victory when they host the Miami Marlins tonight. Marco Estrada starts for Toronto. (Image source: Toronto Star)

FIFA allegedly paid Ireland millions over 2009 match

The latest in the FIFA controversy comes from the Republic of Ireland, and is based on a match from six years ago. FIFA allegedly paid 5 million euros ($7 million Canadian) to the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) to stop legal action from a 2009 World Cup play-off, where Ireland lost to France. The FAI Read More

Australia beat Windies within three days in Dominica

It only took three days for the West Indies to suffer a crushing defeat to Australia, as the visitors won easily by 9 wickets in the first Test at Windsor Park in Dominica. At the start of day 3, the Windies were climbing up from 25/2 in the second innings, and Shane Dowrich and Marlon Read More

French Open: Djokovic/Murray match halted as Wawrinka reaches final

Stan Wawrinka now has a ticket to the French Open final after beating local favourite Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. Meanwhile, the other semifinal between Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray has been suspended due to inclement weather. They’ll pick things up tomorrow, as Djokovic stays in the lead in the fourth set. (Image source: BBC)

Women’s World Cup: Canada to face China in opening match

The FIFA Women’s World Cup starts tomorrow with Team Canada hosting China, before New Zealand take on the Netherlands. Both matches are being played at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton. (Image source: CBC)

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