Mark Vieira looking to reclaim lap record

Mark Vieira working out in an effort to be physically ready fo Sunday’s Race of Champions Meet at South Dakota circuit. (Iva Wharton photo)

By Iva Wharton Mark Vieira like to make history at South Dakota. Last July, at the National Race of Champions, Vieira, aboard his then Mazda RX8 lapped the entire field in an historic showing in the final Group Four race.

Work Force takes feature event

Work Force of the Desmond Vibert Stable won the feature event on Sunday at the Ryan Crawford Memorial Turf Club and Sports Facilities (RCMTC&SF) in collaboration with the Ituni and Phoenix Lodges annual one day horse race meet.

Five teams register victories

BCB/Hand-in -Hand 40- Over Tournament starts

Heeralall Bridgelall

The Berbice Cricket Board/Hand-in-Hand limited overs cricket competition in West Berbice got off to an exciting start with five matches  played across grounds in Region Five.


Windies lose opening T20 to fired up Aussies


GROS ISLET, St Lucia, CMC – West Indies showed little of the endeavour that characterised the preceding one-day series as Australia romped to an uncomplicated eight-wicket victory in the opening Twenty20 International here yesterday.

Carifta Games team get visas

-but financial hurdle still remains

Colin Boyce

All 10 members of the Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG) Carifta Games team were yesterday granted visas to enable them to participate in the April 7- 9 Games in Bermuda.

Final standings Regional Four-Day championships

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados,  CMC – Points standings following the seventh and final round of preliminary round matches in the Regional Four-Day Championship which finished on Monday:   M                 W               L          D               Pts Jamaica                        6                  6                 –           –                  72 Barbados                      6                  4                2           –                 48 T&T                                 6                  3                2           1                46 Guyana                          6                  3                2           1                39 Windwards                   6                  2                4           –                28 CCC                                  6                  1                5           –                 16 Leewards                      6                  1                5           –                 12

DOC head Charles dies suddenly

ROSEAU, Dominica,  CMC – President of the Dominica Olympic Committee, John Charles died Sunday, after collapsing suddenly. Charles, who owned several businesses in Roseau including the Charles Drug Store, was rushed to the Princess Margaret Hospital where he was pronounced dead by a medical practitioner after all efforts to revive him proved futile.