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Diahann Campbell is the Chairman of Syncho Stars Jamaica. Ms. Campbell will be bringing swimmers from the National Synchronized Swim Team to Connecticut this weekend for a swim meet. The team arrives in New York today, April 18th, 2012.
The Fort Lauderdale Strikers (2W-2T-0L) defeated the Puerto Rico Islanders (3W-1T-1L) by a score of 3-2 at Lockhart Stadium, Wednesday night. Aly Hassan scored a hat-trick for the Strikers, his first goals as a professional. “It’s a dream come true” said Strikers forward Aly Hassan. “Scoring a hat-trick on any occasion is great. When they’re your first goals it’s even better.” The Strikers leading goal-scorer Andy Herron left the game with an injury in the 14th minute. His forward partner Aly Hassan made up for his absence by scoring three goals for the Strikers.
USA Cricket and New Zealand Cricket launched a strategic partnership featuring a historic Twenty20 international series between the BLACKCAPS and Sri Lanka set to take place this week in Lauderhill, FL.ESPN will showcase the May 22nd and 23rd Twenty20 international matches between New Zealand and Sri Lanka.The two matches will be shown exclusively on, ESPN's live sports broadband network, giving fans a 24/7 online destination that delivers more than 3,500 live, global sports events annually. On an Internationally level the matches will be broadcast on ESPN International and ESPN StarSports. Additionally legendary cricket stars including Aussie great, Ian Chappell and Indian great, Sunil Gavaskar will provide commentary during the ESPN coverage allowing fans across the world the opportunity to hear from the cricket icons.
The Fort Lauderdale Strikers (2W-3T-1L) earned a come from behind draw on the road against the Carolina RailHawks (0W-4T-2L) by a final score of 3-3 on Wednesday night. The Strikers earn their first point at WakeMed Soccer Park in franchise history and move into second place in the NASL standings with nine points. "We're happy for the point and that's the most important thing," said Strikers defender Lance Laing. "Last year we came here twice and didn't get a point, but it's a new season."
The Fort Lauderdale Strikers (2W-2T-1L) fell to the Tampa Bay Rowdies (2W-2T-1L) by a final score of 3-1 in front of 3,536 fans at Al Lang Stadium in Saint Petersburg, Fla. on Saturday night. The Strikers and Rowdies are now tied with eight points in the NASL standings. "They were just better than us tonight and got the result they deserved," said Strikers head coach Daryl Shore. "We can't make excuses and we have to regroup because we have another game on Wednesday."