We tried our best says Guyana skipper Gonsalves

Ryan Gonsalves

HAMILTON, Bermuda,  CMC – Guyana came to Bermuda for the first time confident they could avenge defeat at home last year but left a well-beaten side after losing the Caribbean Rugby Championship final 18-0 at the National Sports Centre on Saturday.

Rogers, Hughes to lead team to El Salvador

THE VALLEY, Anguilla,  CMC – CARIFTA Games bronze medallists quarter-miler Dee Ann Rogers and sprinter Zharnel Hughes will spearhead Anguilla’s track and field team at the 19th Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships in El Salvador starting Friday.

Back Circle Stallions fall at final hurdle

-St Vincent win 2-0; gain US$4000 and trophy

All Smiles! A victorious Team St Vincent poses with their winning spoils and celebrate the 2-nil upset victory over Back Circle Stallions (Team Guyana) in the final of the inaugural Guinness Caribbean Street Football Challenge Saturday night at the National Park tarmac. (Orlando Charles photo)

By Emmerson Campbell A collective gasp was heard at the National Park by the thousands of local supporters when St Vincent scored its first goal against the Back Circle Stallions (Team Guyana) but it was the second dagger that sent them to the exits.

Digital Technology support for Bissu

Chief Financial Officer of Digital Technology, Sabrine Sukhu, centre and other staff members witness the presentation of the sponsorship cheque by Customer Representative, Joneeka Fernandes, to young Niron Bissu whose mother is at right.

Niron Bissu, who was selected by the Guyana Table Tennis Association (GTTA) to participate at next month’s Pre-Cadet tournament in Jamaica, on Saturday received sponsorship from Digital Technology Incorporated.

Hosororo disqualified; Santo Rosa now champs

By Iva Wharton Santa Rosa Secondary School was yesterday adjudged champions of Region One in the Digicel Schools football competition when their opponents in yesterday’s final Hosororo were disqualified for fielding an over age player in the semi-final match against Port Kaituma.

Pakistan face tough task to save first test

GALLE, (Reuters) – Pakistan were facing defeat at 36 for three wickets in their second innings at the close on the third day of the first test against Sri Lanka yesterday after being set a formidable winning target of 510 runs.

Gatlin clocks 9.80 seconds for big win

Tyson Gay

EUGENE, Oregon, (Reuters) – Justin Gatlin is back. So is Tyson Gay. Eight years after winning Olympic gold and two years after concluding a doping ban, Gatlin secured his return to the Games by running an eye-catching 9.80 seconds to win the 100 metres at the U.S.

Windies end England tour with T20 defeat

Dwayne Smith

NOTTINGHAM, England,  CMC – Scintillating half-centuries from Dwayne Smith and Dwayne Bravo were not enough to save West Indies from a seven-wicket defeat in their one-off Twenty20 International as they completed a wretched, winless tour of England here  yesterday.