You have searched for "recreation"
Showing 41-50 of 218
ST JOHN'S, Antigua (AP) - The second test between West Indies and England was abandoned after just 10 balls were bowled Friday due to a dangerous outfield, embarrassing Caribbean cricket and forcing the game to be rescheduled for Sunday.
IT is spring and a week has passed since the Easter Sunday celebrations in the quiet and serene city of Des Moines.
The Youth and Sports Ministry has decided to use the highly successful Australian sports structure to develop Malaysian sports. Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Azalina Othman Said said during a press conference yesterday: 'Malaysia had signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Australia Sports Commission in 1995.
Javier Sotomayor is a high jump legend with his world record leap in 1993 still in the books. But he knows, success does not come easy. Malaysia's Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Azalina Othman Said, who led a delegation to Cuba recently met Sotomayor and top Cuban official Humberto Rodriguez Gonzalez. The minister tell STARSPORT about the trip.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Details on the 14 venues hosting matches during the Feb. 14 - March 29 cricket World Cup.
BEPPU, Japan (Reuters) - It seems the old joke that the most dangerous place to stand in a rugby team was between a prop and a plate of food has some basis after all, if you believe All Blacks hooker Codie Taylor.
MANILA was besieged with complaints of poor logistics and transport arrangement in the initial days but the New Clark City Sports Hub has received nothing but high praise.
LONDON (Reuters) - Former England captain Bob Willis, who bowled his country to a famous Ashes test victory in 1981, has died aged 70 after a short illness, his family said on Wednesday.
A GOAL feast marked the end of this year’s Penang Chinese Football Association (PCFA) Senior League tourney as defending champions Georgetown City FC crossed swords with Cup veteran Chinese Recreation Club (CRC).
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia and New Zealand have launched a joint bid backed by both governments to bring the women's soccer World Cup to the southern hemisphere for the first time in 2023.