Jaguars 204-7 as bad light stops play

- ‘Cheesy’ Singh in sight of fourth hundred

Vishaul Singh’s form with the bat continued this season

Pacers Marlon Richards and Rayad Emrit demolished the Guyana Jaguars Top order as Trinidad & Tobago Red Force dominated the opening day before bad light stopped play in the sixth round of the 2015/16 Profes-sional Cricket League (PCL) four-day tournament which resumed yesterday at the Guyana National Stadium,

Jonas wins, Jeffrey loses

—Bounty Farm handicap squash tournament

Jason Ray Khalil

Defending champion Jason Ray-Khalil, Nyron Joseph and Regan Pollard continued their dominant showing in the Open category when the Guyana Squash Association (GSA) sanctioned Bounty Farm Ltd Handicap Squash Tournament continued on Thursday.

Defending champs clinch opening night win

Defending champs West Side Ballers, Shattaville Gunners, Showstoppers, Harmony Ballers and Agricola Upsetters clinched opening night wins when the second Guinness of the Streets West Demerara event commenced Thursday.

Cummins stars but Fletcher, Hodge lead Volcanoes fightback

GOT ‘IM! Barbados Pride fast bowler Miguel Cummins celebrates the wicket of Johnson Charles on the opening day at Kensington Oval. (Photo courtesy WICB Media)

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – Fast bowler Miguel Cummins took his 100th first-class wicket in a superb five-wicket burst but Andre Fletcher countered with an entertaining half-century to lead a Windward Islands Volcanoes fightback on the on the opening day of the sixth round match against Barbados Pride here yesterday.

Scorpions edge ahead but Hodge keeps Hurricanes in hunt

Montcin Hodge stroked an unbeaten 62 to keep the Hurricanes innings together.

NORTH SOUND, Antigua, CMC – Jamaica Scorpions narrowly stuck their noses in front but opener Montcin Hodge then struck a second innings unbeaten half-century to ensure there was no Leeward Islands Hurricanes collapse, as the sixth round first class encounter remained open heading in today’s third day.

Morris magic helps South Africa level series

JOHANNESBURG, (Reuters) – A swashbuckling half-century by Chris Morris hauled South Africa back from the brink of defeat as they scraped past England by one wicket yesterday to level the one-day series at 2-2 with one match left.

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