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NSC 11-race cycle programme set for Saturday

The inner circuit of the National Park will once again be transformed into a speedway on Saturday when National Cycling Coach Hassan Mohamed and the National Sports Commission (NSC) collaborate to pedal off an 11-race cycle programme.

T/dad extend lead, Windwards move into second place

KINGSTON, Jamaica,  CMC- The Windward Islands have moved into second place in the race for championship honours in the regional under 15 tournament after defeating host Jamaica by 96 runs on the second and final day of their fourth round match at St.Elizabeth Tuesday.

Powell, Simpson vow to hurdle drug scandal, continue careers

(Jamaica Gleaner) “I have never considered quitting.” That was the message from embattled Jamaican sprinting standouts Asafa Powell and Sherone Simpson as they sat before a specially selected media conference, for the first time, since they both tested positive for banned stimulant Oxilofrine at the Jamaican trials.

Permaul, Humphrey siblings receive awards at inaugural Gregory Gaskin/BSA ceremony

Out-of-favour West Indies Test and ODI cricketer Veerasammy Permaul, national lawn tennis player Carol Humphrey and her brother former national youth footballer Neil Humphrey were among those receiving awards Last Thursday when the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club (RHTYSC) in conjunction with Sentinel Security Limited hosted the inaugural Gregory Gaskin Memorial/Berbice Sports Award ceremony at the St.

GTTA shortlists squad to prepare for C/bean c/ships

- David, Lowe among those named

Last year’s Caribbean men’s singles bronze medallist Paul David and overseas-based national women’s singles champion Trenace Lowe were among a squad of players shortlisted by the Guyana Table Tennis Association to prepare for next month’s Caribbean championships in St Lucia.

Guyanese in four finals

Four Guyanese are through to today’s finals of their age group categories of the annual Caribbean Junior Squash Championships in Trinidad and Tobago following play yesterday at the Cascadia and Queens Park Oval squash courts.

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