Everest Hikers defeat Old Fort 3-0

- John Fernandes second division hockey

Everest Hikers defeated Old Fort 3-0 as league action in the John Fernandes Insurance Service (JFIS) second division hockey tourney continued at the Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) ground on Sunday with one fixture beginning at 14:30hrs.

Leewards losing streak continues as J/ca triumphs

KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – Bottom-of-the-table Leeward Islands were kept winless this season when they crashed to their third loss with a 170-run defeat to Jamaica on the third day of their fifth round match in the Regional Four-Day Championship here yesterday.

BFA to hold new elections April 9

Phillip Carrington

The Berbice Football Association (BFA) will be holding fresh elections on April 9. The decision was announced by acting President Franklin Wilson who together with General Secretary Noel Adonis

Cook’s exit leaves England battling to save test

AUCKLAND, (Reuters) – Part-time spinner Kane Williamson took two wickets, including that of Alastair Cook, just before stumps to put New Zealand firmly in charge of the series-deciding third test against England at the end of the fourth day at Eden Park yesterday.

Shillingford wrecks Barbados as Windwards win big

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – West Indies off-spinner Shane Shillingford routed Barbados with an eight-wicket to propel leaders Windward Islands to an emphatic 216-run victory inside three days in their fifth round Regional Four-Day Championship contest here yesterday.

All about the Vieiras

Action during yesterday’s Group 4 race at the GMR&SC meet at the South Dakota Circuit.

When the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club (GMR&SC) staged its first race meet of the season yesterday at the South Dakota Circuit, it was all about the Vieiras.

Sports, glue that holds populace together

-Minister Anthony at NSC Awards Ceremony

Respective Award winners flanked by Minister of Sport Dr. Frank Anthony and Sports Director Neil Kumar

Minister of Culture Youth and Sport Dr, Frank Anthony Saturday night told the audience at the National Sports Commission (NSC) 2012 awards ceremony held at National Convention Centre, Liliendaal, that sports have tremendous value to the community and is seen as the glue that holds together the populace.

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