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‘Players who quit India tour should have been fired’ – St Lucia PM

‘Players who quit India tour should have been fired’ – St Lucia PM

(Trinidad Express) St Lucia’s Prime Minister Kenny Anthony says that all the players who quit the tour of India in October last year should have been fired .

Not too short!

Not too short!

— Sir Curtly warns seam attack against WACA indiscipline

PERTH, Australia, CMC – West Indies fast bowling icon Sir Curtly Ambrose has urged discipline from his pace attack when they face reigning World champions India on what is expected to be a lively pitch here tomorrow .

Australia crush Afghanistan with record score

Australia crush Afghanistan with record score

PERTH, (Reuters) - Australia flexed their batting muscles to rack up the highest ever World Cup total as they crushed Afghanistan by a tournament record margin to revive their stuttering campaign yesterday .

Shabazz, Dover confirmed to posts

Shabazz, Dover confirmed to posts

Trinidadian Jamaal Shabazz and Alpha United tactician Wayne Dover were officially confirmed Head Coach and Assistant Coach respectively of the senior male and u-23 programmes, inking two-year contracts yesterday at a ceremony held at the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) headquarters .

Guyana Jaguars cricketers get new franchise contracts

With the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) awarding national Captain Leon Johnson a central contract, multiple Guyana Jaguars players received new franchsie contracts .

Shame on GCB for  supporting Cameron

Shame on GCB for supporting Cameron

Says Orin DavidsonIf it was a decision deemed disingenuous at best in the beginning, the Guyana Cricket Board’s (GCB) plan to vote for Whycliffe “Dave ‘Cameron in the West Indies Cricket Board presidential election this weekend is fast becoming a major travesty, as the fallout continues .

Fudadin cleared to play against Jamaica

Fudadin cleared to play against Jamaica

Guyana and West Indies batsman Assad Fudadin, will return to national colors come tomorrow when the Jaguars face Jamaica in the 8th round of the WICB Professional Cricket League 4 day tournament .

East Coast crowned champs

East Coast are the new champions of the Demerara Inter Association Under-17 cricket competition following two victories and an abandoned final round game which was completely washed out yesterday at the Enterprise Community Development Centre ground .

Shehzad leads Pakistan  to morale-boosting win

Shehzad leads Pakistan to morale-boosting win

NAPIER, (Reuters) - Ahmed Shehzad anchored Pakistan’s innings and his bowlers then ensured UAE never seriously challenged it as their World Cup hopes continued for another day after a 129-run victory at McLean Park yesterday .

Red Force bolstered by Pollard inclusion

Red Force bolstered by Pollard inclusion

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Trinidad And Tobago Red Force has strengthened its side for this weekend’s clash against Windward Islands Volcanoes, with the inclusion of West Indies all-rounder Kieron Pollard .

Key audit report among AGM highlights says WICB

JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC- The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) said on Tuesday that the presentation of an audit report will be among the main features of its Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Jamaica tomorrow .

Webb set to continue as head of CONCACAF

Webb set to continue as head of CONCACAF

MIAMI, CMC – High profile CONCACAF president Jeff Webb is set to be elected unopposed for his first full term as leader of the confederation .

Johnson’s credits discipline  for Guyana’s position

Johnson’s credits discipline for Guyana’s position

Guyana Jaguars Captain Leon Johnson credits disciplined batting and bowling performances as the factors responsible for the local side maintaining their number one spot in the ongoing West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Professional Cricket League (PCL) Regional Four Day tournament so far .

Gaskin outstanding as Mashramani swim meet concludes

National swimmer Hannibal Gaskin captured two events when the Guyana Amateur Swimming Association’s Mashramani competition ended at theNational Aquatic Centre, Lilendaal .

Mohamed’s Enterprise continues Kashif and Shanghai support

Mohamed’s Enterprise continues Kashif and Shanghai support

Mohamed’s Enterprise continued their long standing support of the Kashif and Shanghai Football Tourney, donating the first place package of $2,000,000 and the championship trophy at a simple ceremony hosted at their Lombard Street locale .

Pooranmall wins Mashramani draughts competition

Pooranmall wins Mashramani draughts competition

-despite strong finish from Jairam

National `A’ class champion Khemraj Pooranmall got the better of his arch rival Jiaram to win last weekend’s Open Mashramani draughts competition held at the National Gymnasium, Mandela Avenue .

GTTA team captures three titles in J/ca

A 12-member team representing the Guyana Table Tennis Association bagged three titles at the inaugural 2015 Jamaica Winter Table Tennis Open championships played from February 27- March 1 at the Montego Bay Community College .

RHT Bakewell score eight wicket win over Jai Hinds

RHT Bakewell score eight wicket win over Jai Hinds

Former Guyana U19 all-rounder Khemraj Mahadeo’s all-round performance led Rose Hall Town Bakewell to victory over Jai Hinds in the Raffik and Sons 20-overs-a-side tournament for teams in the Lower/Central Corentyne area recently .

Sparta Boss football tourney set for  rollicking start

Sparta Boss football tourney set for rollicking start

The knockout round of the Sparta Boss 32 team first anniversary street football tourney will officially commence tonight at the Sparta Boss Tarmac in East La Penitence .

Stand out media cricketer receives batting gloves from Tiger Sports

Stand out media cricketer receives batting gloves from Tiger Sports

Media XI opener Ravi Persaud was recently presented with a pair of batting gloves compliments of Tiger Sports, Old Road, Enmore, East Coast Demerara following a good batting performance last Sunday .

First innings points for NASS, Vryman’s Erven

- Inter Secondary Schools cricket in B/ce

The Berbice Cricket Board (BCB)/A .

High-scoring South  Africa thump Ireland

High-scoring South Africa thump Ireland

CANBERRA, (Reuters) - South Africa put one foot in the World Cup quarter-finals by batting past the 400-run mark for the second successive match to hand Ireland a thumping defeat by 201 runs with five overs to spare at Manuka Oval yesterday .

Brooklyn X2 inter-ward football tourney set for Friday kickoff

The Stag Beer sponsored Brooklyn X2 promotions inter-ward knockout football tourney will officially commence on Friday at the Mackenzie Sports Club (MSC) ground in Linden with a doubleheader .

B/ballers commence training today for Bermuda visit

B/ballers commence training today for Bermuda visit

The Guyana national men’s basketball team will begin preparations today for their upcoming international series against Bermuda with morning and evening sessions at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall, Homestretch Avenue .

Defending champs go under to East Bank

Defending champs go under to East Bank

Defending champs West Demerara yesterday went down to the East Bank unit by 20 runs in the Demerara Inter-Association Under-17 competition .

BCB shortlists U17 players to commence training for upcoming Inter County competition

Following two trial matches last weekend, the selection committee of the Berbice Cricket Board has shortlisted 20 players to begin training under former West Indies U19 captain and national all-rounder Andre Percival .

High-scoring South Africa thump Ireland

High-scoring South Africa thump Ireland

CANBERRA, (Reuters) - South Africa put one foot in the World Cup quarter-finals by batting past the 400-run mark for the second successive match to hand Ireland a thumping defeat by 201 runs with five overs to spare at Manuka Oval today .

Disciplined Windies can upset India, says confident Lloyd

Disciplined Windies can upset India, says confident Lloyd

PERTH, Australia, CMC – Chairman of selectors Clive Lloyd believes India are formidable opponents but says a disciplined West Indies effort can see the reigning World champions beaten, when the two teams meet at the WACA Ground here Friday .

Lloyd: Windies no one-man team

Lloyd: Windies no one-man team

PERTH, Australia, CMC – Legendary former West Indies captain Clive Lloyd has dismissed suggestions the Caribbean side has become overly dependent on ace opener Chris Gayle and was missing regular faces like Kieron Pollard and Dwayne Bravo from the middle order .

Windies take time out to party with Caribbean fans

PERTH, Australia, CMC – West Indies were on Sunday feted at a Caribbean day organised by the Western Australia government, as the team took time out from their preparations to mingle with the large West Indian community here .

England’s Lanka loss worse than Kiwi crushing - Atherton

England’s Lanka loss worse than Kiwi crushing – Atherton

LONDON, (Reuters) - England may have been utterly humiliated in their second World Cup pool match against co-hosts New Zealand but Sunday’s nine-wicket defeat to Sri Lanka was much more damaging, according to former England captain Mike Atherton .

Former ICC boss Dalmiya returns as India board chief

Former ICC boss Dalmiya returns as India board chief

NEW DELHI, (Reuters) - Former International Cricket Council (ICC) chief Jagmohan Dalmiya returned to head the world’s most powerful cricket board yesterday following his unopposed election as president of the Indian board .

Chandrika says PCL title not yet in the bag

Chandrika says PCL title not yet in the bag

Guyana Jaguars opener Rajindra Chandrika believes that despite the table leader’s remarkable run this season in the Professional Cricket League (PCL) Regional Four-Day competition, the PCL title was not yet in the bag .

James’ missed free throws give Rockets victory over Cavs

(The Sports Xchange) - LeBron James capped a nightmare performance at the free-throw line with a pair of misses in the closing seconds of overtime as the Houston Rockets held on for a 105-105 points win .

Jamaica lead points standings after first leg of motor racing c/ships

Jamaica lead points standings after first leg of motor racing c/ships

Team Jamaica made full use of their home turf and now sits atop the points table following the first leg of Caribbean Motor Racing Championships (CMRC) which was staged over the weekend at Jamwest Speedway in Westmoreland .

TSC defeat PSC by 37 runs in NBS second division cricket

Transport Sports Club (TSC) Sunday defeated hosts Police Sports Club by 37 runs in a low-scoring encounter of the Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA)/New Building Society second-division limited overs competition .



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