Darren Sammy © WICB

The exchange of letters between Darren Sammy, West Indies captain, and Michael Murihead, the CEO of the West Indies board, shows the deep divisions between players and administrators as World Twenty20 looms.

Melissa Joseph is honored after official notification yesterday that she was selected on the T&T National Taekwondo Team to represent the country at the Olympic Qualifiers, in Aguascalientes, Mexico this March. This was after her progressive and brave performance this past week at the US Open 2016 International Taekwondo Tournament, held in Reno, Nevada, USA.

Canover Watson, a former member of FIFA’s Audit and Compliance Committee, has been sentenced to seven years in prison after being found guilty of fraud ©Getty Images

Canover Watson, a former member of FIFA’s Audit and Compliance Committee, has been sentenced to seven years in prison after being found guilty of fraud during his time in charge of his native Cayman Islands' Health Services Authority (HSA).

Claudia Applewhaite, a stalwart member of the now defunct Rockets Hockey Club during its “glory days” 1968- 1975, has died.

England's Jos Buttler, who himself suffered a Mankad dismissal, was among those to voice his disapproval ©Getty Images

Two contrasting but deeply controversial incidents have taken place in sport in recent weeks.

Gianni Infantino backed an African to be FIFA general secretary at a press conference at Wembley Stadium ©Getty Images

Even the slickest, best choreographed media events – and I have attended few slicker than this week’s descent on Wembley by FIFA Presidential candidate Gianni Infantino and his footballing legends – have revealing moments.