W Connection’s Neil Benjamin heads to Vietnam

W Connection winger Neil Bejamin Jr. is headed to Vietnam to ply his trade in the Vietnam V-League with Nam Dinh FC on “a permanent deal.”

The talented 23-year-old Savonetta Boys’ winger was last season’s Pro League top-scorer. His success on the domestic circuit has earned him a contract abroad.

Speaking to his club's media, he said, "It’s an incredible opportunity to be able to sign my first overseas contract and leave your home country and play for a different club."

International: Former US Gymnastics sports director sentenced to 175 year for sexual abuse of his cares

US Judge Rosemarie Aquilina has sentenced disgraced former US Gymnastics sports director Larry Nassar to 175 years in prison for sexually abusing several girls under his care.

In handing down the sentence, the judge called him “despicable” as she said before the sentence was read, that Nassar will “be in darkness for the rest of his life.”

“I just signed your death warrant,” Aquilina said.

The judge took time beforehand to carefully, methodically lambaste Nassar and his so-called "treatments" and said he has not yet owned up to his conduct.

Sport: Manchester United retains World's Richest Club position

Manchester United have held on to top spot as the world’s richest club, by just £1.7 million from Real Madrid.

It is the 10th time United have been top of the list, compiled by Deloitte, for the highest revenue generating club in the world.

United generated revenue of €676 million (£581 million), pipping Champions League winners Real Madrid, even though the Spanish giants’ success in Europe’s most prestigious club competition saw their revenue grow in the last 12 months by 54.5 million euros.

Njisane sets new national record as T&T into semi-final at UCI World Cup

Trinidad and Tobago has qualified as 8th fastest at the UCI World Cup, becoming the first T&T tea, to ever qualify out of the first rounds.

T&T was the fastest team after the first two out of three laps, setting up a quick time and turning a lot of heads on the world stage.

Njisane’s Phillip set a national record of 17.540 which was the fastest time for all nations over the first 250 metres with young Nicholas Paul rolling in a quick 13.0 second lap.