Your EXIF tells me that you shot that pic at:>ISO
However you should have shot at something lile>ISO
You're maxed out here, so f/6.3>shutterspeed
This would have massively reduced motion-blur.
To always archive the desired shutterspeed automaticly set your camera to:>Shutterspeed priority (TV)>set shutterspeed to 1/1000 (faster if required)>set ISO to automatic
In situations with less than ideal light conditions, you will quickly max out your camera with that lens as it is rather slow at f/6.3
The aperture row goes 6.3 -> 5.6 -> 4.0 -> 2.8 -> 2.0 -> 1.4 -> 1.0 -> 0.7
Each step lower means twice as much light hitting the sensor, allowing for half the shutterspeed at a certain ISO.
That's why lenses like the 70-200mm f/2.8 constant aperture zooms are popular in sports photography, they let in 8x as much light as your lens does.
The big drawback is their price.
But in broad daylight/good floodlight your camera should do fine.
ISO 240 isn't at all high enough to be of concern in any DSLR/MILC less than 10 years old.