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Ramdhani captures two titles

National player Priyanna Ramdhani captured two titles as theGuyana Badminton Association Trophy Stall annual age group singles tournament continued last week at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall .

Semi-finals line-up decided

Semi-finals line-up decided

— Milo/Petra Organisation Secondary Schools U20 football

Chase Academy setup a highly anticipated semi-final fixture with Morgan Learning Centre defeating Queenstown 4-2 in the quarterfinal round when the third annual Milo/Petra Organization Secondary Schools u-20 football tourney continued Saturday .

Conquerors in  come-from-behind draw

Conquerors in come-from-behind draw

Tourney hosts Fruta Conquerors came from two goals down to draw with Order and Discipline 2-2 when the fifth round in the inaugural Massy United Insurance Company U-15 League concluded yesterday at the Tucville Community ground .

Singh scores 156 in GCC win over Third Class

Gavin Singh’s 156 helped the Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) defeat Third Class in the Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA)/New Building Society second division 40 over competition at the GCC ground on Saturday .

India hoping ‘big’ player Kohli to deliver against Aussies

(Reuters) - By his own lofty standards, Virat Kohli has had a modest World Cup so far .

Windies’ turbulent ride ends in chaotic fashion

Windies’ turbulent ride ends in chaotic fashion

ICC 2015 World Cup…

WELLINGTON, New Zealand, CMC – West Indies’ turbulent ride at the ICC Cricket World Cup ended in equally chaotic fashion here yesterday, when they crashed to a heavy 143-run defeat to joint hosts and tournament favourites New Zealand at Wespac Stadium .

Eastman wins Star Party Rentals feature event

Eastman wins Star Party Rentals feature event

Hamza Eastman warmed up nicely for today’s finale of the Cheddi Jagan Memorial road race series in Essequibo with a sprint victory yesterday in the National Park .

‘It means a lot’

‘It means a lot’

Ex-West Indies player takes up coaching post

Former all-rounder Phil Simmons has been confirmed as the new West Indies coach, and he’s more than happy to be back with the Windies .

Rugby team wings out for Hong Kong

Rugby team wings out for Hong Kong

The National men’s rugby team departed yesterday for the prestigious Cathay Pacific/HSBC 7s tournament which is scheduled to kick off from March 27 to 29 in Hong Kong .

Simmons’ appointment timely

Simmons’ appointment timely

The West Indies’ erratic performances in yet another World Cup, culminating in their overnight elimination in the quarter-final in Wellington, is a certain, unsurprising signal for the urgent need for reconstruction with fresh, young recruits .

Georgetown softball teams to invade Crabwood Creek Easter Sunday

On April 5, softball fans from Upper Corentyne will be able to observe three male/female matches at the Crabwood Creek Cricket Ground when the three team from Georgetown visits the area .

Gayle out of England test series

WELLINGTON, New Zealand, CMC – Chris Gayle has ruled himself out of next month’s Test series against England but has reiterated he has not retired from the longer format of the game .

Barnwell strokes maiden first class century as Guyana reach 289-5

Barnwell strokes maiden first class century as Guyana reach 289-5

ROSEAU, Dominica, CMC – Chris Barnwell stroked his maiden first class hundred in a century partnership with Shiv Chanderpaul, as Guyana Jaguars frustrated Windward Islands Volcanoes on the second day of their final round WICB PCL game here yesterday .

Golden Jaguars take on St Lucia at Providence today

Despite incurring a 2-0 defeat in their last competitive meeting, history will be on Guyana’s side today when they oppose Caribbean Football Union (CFU) rival Saint Lucia today from 20:30hrs at the National Stadium in Providence .

Gayle out of England tests due to back problem

WELLINGTON, (Reuters) - West Indies opening batsman Chris Gayle has ruled himself out of the home test series against England next month in order to allow a back injury to settle down but he has ruled out retiring from internationals .

West Indies founder through familiar faults

WELLINGTON, (Reuters) - West Indies displayed all the familiar faults which have plagued them during the cricket World Cup in a quarter-final capitulation to New Zealand at the Wellington Regional Stadium today .

Permaul sets record for most wickets in a season

Permaul sets record for most wickets in a season

— as Guyana Jaguars dismiss Windward Volcanoes for 283

ROSEAU, Dominica, CMC – Another devastating spell of leg-spin from Devendra Bishoo partially overshadowed a career milestone for teammate and left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul, as they led a Guyana Jaguars fight-back against Windward Islands Volcanoes in the WICB PCL here yesterday .

Mohammed hundred propels T&T

Mohammed hundred propels T&T

COUVA, Trinidad, CMC – Jason Mohammed’s fifth first class hundred rallied Trinidad and Tobago Red Force on the opening day of their final round WICB PCL game against Leeward Islands Hurricanes here yesterday .

Brooks strokes hundred but Barbados slide late

Brooks strokes hundred but Barbados slide late

KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – Shamarh Brooks stroked his second consecutive hundred but Barbados Pride lost a clatter of wickets in the final hour, to throw away some of their control against Jamaica Franchise, on the opening day of their final round match in the WICB PCL here yesterday .

Australia recover from wobble to book India semi-final

Australia recover from wobble to book India semi-final

ADELAIDE, (Reuters) - Shane Watson scored a half-century after being dropped on four to guide Australia to an emphatic six-wicket victory over Pakistan in Adelaide yesterday and send the co-hosts into a blockbuster World Cup semi-final with reigning champions India .

Pakistan fans hold mock funeral after World Cup exit

KARACHI, (Reuters) - Angry Pakistan cricket fans smashed television sets and carried out a mock funeral after the national team lost to Australia in the World Cup quarter-finals in Adelaide yesterday .

Star Party Rentals 11-race programme on today in the National Park

Star Party Rentals 11-race programme on today in the National Park

A multi-event cycling weekend for riders of all levels is planned for the National Park today and the Cinderella County (Essequibo) tomorrow .

Renee spurs West Demerara to victory over East Coast

Renee spurs West Demerara to victory over East Coast

An unbeaten half-century from opener Ronald Renee helped West Demerara defeat East Coast by eight wickets in the final Demerara Cricket Board (DCB) inter-association Under-19 match played at the Wales Community Center Ground yesterday .

DeCaires/Sukhram Memorial golf tourney on today

DeCaires/Sukhram Memorial golf tourney on today

Today the Lusignan Golf Course (LGC) will resume its weekend fixture with the eagerly awaited memorial tournament for the late founder and Editor-in-Chief of Stabroek News David deCaires and veteran golfer Basil Sukhram .

Australia recover from wobble to book India semi-final

Australia recover from wobble to book India semi-final

ADELAIDE, (Reuters) - Shane Watson scored a half-century after being dropped on four to guide Australia to an emphatic six-wicket victory over Pakistan in Adelaide today and send the co-hosts into a blockbuster World Cup semi-final with reigning champions India .

East Coast Guinness Greatest of the Streets...Melanie-A starts title defence on winning note

East Coast Guinness Greatest of the Streets…Melanie-A starts title defence on winning note

-Nabaclis edges Victoria

Defending champs Melanie-A got their title defence off to the perfect start, edging Mahaica 2-1 when the third annual Greatest Guinness of the Streets, East Coast of Demerara edition commenced on Wednesday .

Gayle trains for first time ahead of quarter-final

WELLINGTON, (Reuters) - Chris Gayle continued to dominate the build-up to the World Cup quarter-final between New Zealand and West Indies when captain Jason Holder said a decision on his fitness would be delayed until today .

Banks DIH major sponsor for Jaguars

Banks DIH Limited continued their support for the footballing discipline by becoming the major sponsor under the Banks Beer and Coca-Cola brands for the Golden Jaguars’ impending international fixtures against St .

Holder has the skills to lead, says NZ fast bowling legend

Holder has the skills to lead, says NZ fast bowling legend

WELLINGTON, New Zealand, CMC – Fast bowling great Sir Richard Hadlee has given Jason Holder a ringing endorsement, saying he is impressed with the cricketing skills and leadership of the young West Indies captain .

Cameron promises better Caribbean pitches for upcoming series

KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC- Re-elected president of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Dave Cameron says the West Indies’ upcoming Test series against England and Australia in the Caribbean will be played on better pitches .

India beat Bangladesh to reach World Cup semis

India beat Bangladesh to reach World Cup semis

MELBOURNE, (Reuters) - India, growing in confidence with every match, thrashed Bangladesh by 109 runs yesterday in the quarter-finals of the World Cup .

Taylor’s form not a concern for NZ team ahead of quarter-final

Taylor’s form not a concern for NZ team ahead of quarter-final

WELLINGTON, (Reuters) - Ross Taylor’s last innings against Bangladesh should have been a celebration for the 31-year-old right hander .

Windies  need minor miracle to stop Kiwis

Windies need minor miracle to stop Kiwis

Once upon a time West Indies would’ve been expected to crush New Zealand in any form of cricket competition .

Jags focused on meeting individual goals

…as final round of Regional four-day bowls off

With the 2014/15 West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Regional 4-day title already in the bag, the Guyana Jaguars star performers are now seeking to wrap up their campaign by meeting individual milestones ahead of the continuation of the West Indies international calendar .

K&S 25th edition kick off with doubleheader

The wait is finally over as the 25th edition of the Kashif and Shanghai Football Tourney will officially kick off today at the Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) ground in Queenstown with an exciting doubleheader .

Crushed Bangladesh still proud after landmark tournament

MELBOURNE, (Reuters) - Bangladesh’s fairytale run at the World Cup was ended brutally by reigning champions India yesterday, but the Tigers’ elation at making the knockout rounds for a first time will not be too dimmed by the humbling .

India beat Bangladesh to reach World Cup semis

India beat Bangladesh to reach World Cup semis

MELBOURNE,  (Reuters) - India, growing in confidence with every match, thrashed Bangladesh by 109 runs today in the quarter-finals of the World Cup .



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