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Herath puts Windies in a spin

Rangana Herath's six-wicket haul gave Sri Lanka a firm grip on the first Test match against West Indies after day three at Galle.
The left-arm orthodox spinner took 6/68 to dismiss the Windies for 251, with Darren Bravo topscoring with 50.
Asked to follow on, Jason Holder's team lost both openers Kraigg Braithwaite (34) and Shai Hope (6) before closing on 67 for 2.
The West Indies still trail Sri Lanka by 166 runs with eight second innings wickets standing and two full days to go in the Test.

All Blacks storm into semifinals

The 2015 Rugby World Cup semi-finalists are now known after an intense quarter-final round this weekend.
Defending champions New Zealand play South Africa on Saturday after trouncing France in the quarter-finals, while Argentina take on Australia on Sunday.
The final is carded for Saturday 31st October at Twickenham Stadium, London. 

Djokovic wins Shanghai Masters

Novak Djokovic underlined his position as world number one with a dominant display to beat Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the final of the Shanghai Masters.
The Serb was too good for his French opponent, winning 6-2 6-4 in 78 minutes at the Qi Zhong Stadium.
It is the 28-year-old's ninth title of a season in which he has also won three of the four Grand Slams.
Central FC kept alive their hopes of a hat-trick of First Citizen's Cup titles with victory over Police last night.
Central prevailed 4-3 on kicks from the penalty mark after the game ended in a 2-2 draw.
Morvant-Caledonia defeated Defence Force 2-1 in the opening game at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
At Mahaica Oval, Club Sando defeated St Ann's Rangers 3-1, with a Kevin Woodley hat-trick, and W Connection beat Point Fortin Civic Center 3-1.

Boldon to coach Baptiste

Kelly Ann Baptiste has taken on Ato Boldon as her coach ahead of the 2016 Olympic Games.
The Tobago-born Baptiste will begin her preparation in Florida under Boldon.
Baptiste said the move was a tough one as she had a great career under the guidence of Lance Brauman.

Anisa Mohammed stars in Windies win

An unbroken eighth-wicket stand of 44 between Kyshona Knight and Anisa Mohammed helped West Indies level the series at 1-1 against Pakistan.
Left-arm spinner Anam Amin's four strikes had reduced the hosts to 106 for 7 in the 34th over.
Player-of-the-Match Anisa backed up her 2 for 24 with an unbeaten 19 off 42 balls, while Kyshona Knight made 28 off 65 as West Indies reached the target of 150 in 46.5 overs.

Samuels reported for suspect action

West Indies all-rounder Marlon Samuels has been reported for bowling with a suspect action for the third time in his career.
The part-time off-spinner was cited after his side's first-Test defeat by Sri Lanka in Galle on Saturday.
The 34-year-old Jamaican will now need to have testing within 14 days.

FIFA confirms election date

World football's governing body Fifa has confirmed it will hold the election for its next president at a special congress on 26 February.
The election will determine who will succeed Sepp Blatter, who has been president since 1998.
Blatter, 79, and vice-president Michel Platini have both been suspended for 90 days amid corruption allegations, which both men deny.
St Ann's Rangers will be out for revenge when they take on Club Sando today at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Round One Match Day 2 of the T&T Pro League.
Angus Eve's men lost 3-1 to Club Sando on Saturday in the First Citizen's Cup and will seek vengeance starting at 6pm. 
In the second game. Morvant-Caledonia will take on W Connection from 8pm.
Also on today at the Larry Gomes Stadium, North East Stars plays Police at 4pm and Central FC plays Defence Force at 6pm. 
Former India opener Virender Sehwag has announced his retirement from international cricket and the Indian Premier League on his 37th birthday.
Sehwag, who won the World Cup with India in 2011, played 104 Tests, 251 one-day and 19 Twenty20 internationals.
He scored 8,586 Test runs at an average of 49.34 and is the only Indian to score an international triple century. 
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