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Pan Am medal Priyanna’s finest achievement

Priyanna Ramdhani

The place was Alberta, Canada, the occasion the third Junior Pan American  badminton championships and for Priyanna Ramdhani, it was like a dream come true to be standing on the podium receiving a silver medal for her country at the prestigious games.

UG win first innings points from MYO

The University of Guyana’s (UG) progress in second division cricket continued when they grabbed first innings points from the Muslim Youth Organization (MYO) while Everest Cricket Club were just nine runs away from taking first innings points against Police when play in the Georgetown Cricket Association/Noble House Seafoods second division two-day competition continued on Saturday.

Dharry: I never called out Atwell or Moore

Elton Dharry

World Boxing Council (WBC) CABOFE bantamweight champion, Elton ‘The Bully’ Dharry has denied calling out three-division champion Clive ‘The Punisher’ Atwell or former world rated super bantamweight boxer, Leon ‘Hurry Up’ Moore but stated that he will step in the ring with anyone that makes the bantamweight limit.

Bravo returns, sounds warning to Aussies

CANBERRA, Australia,  CMC- West Indies all rounder Dwayne Bravo has sounded a warning to jog the memory of Australian cricket fans as he makes a return to the regional side in a warm-up fixture here  today.

Woods triumphs by four shots at Torrey Pines

SAN DIEGO, (Reuters) – Tiger Woods withstood a late bogey, double-bogey, par, bogey wobble in strengthening winds to end a week of dominant golf by clinching his 75th PGA Tour title by four shots at the Farmers Insurance Open yesterday.

Dottin half century not enough to stop Aussies

MBAI, India, CMC – A fighting half century stand between Deandra Dottin and Shemaine Campbelle failed to pull West Indies women out of a rut as they lost to Australia Women by 135 runs in an official warm-up game of the ICC Women’s World Cup at Middle Income Group Ground here yesterday.

Windies women not worried by tough group

MUMBAI, India, CMC- Captain Merrisa Aguilleira has conceded that West Indies women will be campaigning in a tough group but says her charges are not worried as they prepare to do battle in the ICC women’s World Cup in India.