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Score’s Even upset again...

Score’s Even upset again…

Spit Fire and Jack In My Style in dead heat finish at President’s Cup Horse Race Meet 2 hours ago

Guyana’s premier thoroughbred, Score’s Even was anticipated to return to its winning ways yesterday following a fifth place finish on Easter Sunday .

Meckdeci, Joseph remain unbeaten

Meckdeci, Joseph remain unbeaten

——-Kraft/Toucan Industries handicap squash tourney

Ben Mekdeci and Nyron Joseph continued their unbeaten run in group-A section of the Kraft/Toucan Industries junior skill level tourney, clinching two victories each on Saturday at the Georgetown Club Racquet Complex .

GYO defeat DCC by innings; Malteenoes  in come-from-behind win

GYO defeat DCC by innings; Malteenoes in come-from-behind win

Gandhi Youth Organisation (GYO) upset Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) by an innings and 13 runs yesterday at the DCC ground to keep their quarter final chances alive .

Ramdyhan is Assuria ladies  Open singles champion

Ramdyhan is Assuria ladies Open singles champion

Nicola Ramdyhan defeated her mother and national coach Shelly Daly-Ramdyhan to win the Assuria ladies singles Open title in the final played Saturday at the National Racquet Centre .

B/ball team to face  Suriname named

B/ball team to face Suriname named

The Guyana Amateur Basketball Federation (GABF) has officially shortlisted their final travelling roster to face off against Caribbean Basketball Confederation (CBC) rivals Suriname in a three match international series in the Dutch nation .

Three teams score comprehensive wins

—-I-Net Communications/ Fruta Conquerors U13 football

Santos FC, Renaissance-A and Western Tigers secured comprehensive wins when the inaugural I-Net Communications sponsored Fruta Conquerors U13 Football League commenced Saturday at the Tucville ground .

Ramdin confident Holder will  recover for Barbados test

Ramdin confident Holder will recover for Barbados test

(Reuters) - West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin said he was hopeful that all-rounder Jason Holder will be fit for the third and final test against England in Barbados on Friday .

Gayle’s hostile half century  leads RCB to second straight win

Gayle’s hostile half century leads RCB to second straight win

DELHI, India, CMC-West Indies opener Chris Gayle slammed a hostile half century to lead Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) to a convincing ten wicket win over Delhi Daredevils in the Indian Premier League (IPL) here yesterday .

Miller sets world leading time in 400m

GAINSVILLE, Florida, CMC – Bahamian Shaunae Miller ran the fastest time in the world this year in the women’s 400 metres, when she captured the event in a personal best at the Tom Jones Memorial Classic here Friday .

Badree to mentor young  spinners in Australia

Badree to mentor young spinners in Australia

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC-Trinidad and Tobago spinner Samuel Badree says he is eager to showcase his skills to young Australian spinners during a training camp there next month .

Cook hails outstanding  Anderson after England victory

Cook hails outstanding Anderson after England victory

ST GEORGE’S, Grenada, (Reuters) - England captain Alastair Cook gave the credit for Saturday’s second-test win over West Indies to James Anderson after the seam bowler’s blistering spell in the morning transformed the game .

Warriors complete  sweep of Pelicans

Warriors complete sweep of Pelicans

(The Sports Xchange) - Guards Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson and forward Draymond Green combined for 86 points to power the Golden State Warriors to a 109-98 points victory over the New Orleans Pelicans, completing a first-round playoff sweep of their best-of-seven series .

Windies crash to nine wicket defeat

Windies crash to nine wicket defeat

ST GEORGE’S, Grenada, CMC – Mediocre batting coupled with a devastating new ball spell from seamer James Anderson combined to help West Indies squander a position of strength and slide to a heavy nine-wicket defeat to England in the second Test here yesterday .

New Zealand template could benefit West Indies

New Zealand template could benefit West Indies

Steve Waugh has advised England to emulate New Zealand in order to rejuvenate their cricket “on and off the pitch” .

Mc Donald receives prestigious IOC ‘Sport and Art’ award

Mc Donald receives prestigious IOC ‘Sport and Art’ award

Sportsman extraordinaire and literary giant Dr Ian Mc Donald has been honoured by the Guyana Olympic Association (GOA) for his contribution to the disciplines of sport and art .

Demerara U19s retain one day title

Fifties from Askhaya Persaud and Tevin Imlach along with Sherfane Rutherford’s blitz, helped Demerara to five-wicket win over the National U17 XI as they retained their title in the 2015 Guyana Cricket Board (GCB)/Raj Singh Insurance Brokers-sponsored 50 overs inter-county tournament which ended yesterday at the Everest Ground .

Carrington stars as Festival City edge Albouystown

Carrington stars as Festival City edge Albouystown

It was a night of contrasting wins as West Front Road, Queen Street Tiger Bay, Festival City and Cross Street secured quarterfinal berths in the inaugural Guyana Beverage Company Busta football tourney on Friday .

WICB, CARICOM to establish panel to review structure

WICB, CARICOM to establish panel to review structure

ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – The governance structure of the West Indies Cricket Board will come under review once again, this time as a joint initiative of the WICB and CARICOM .

Melville, Joseph victorious

Alec Melville and Nyron Joseph secured group-A victories over Larissa and Akeila Wiltshire respectively when the Kraft Toucan Industries junior Skill Level tournament continued at the Georgetown Club on Friday .



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