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.

Corbin half-century leads CCC fightback

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad,  CMC – Captain Kyle Corbin stroked an attractive half-century to lead a positive Combined Campuses and Colleges response, but fell late in the day to shift the momentum back in Trinidad and Tobago’s favour here yesterday.

UG ruggers taught lesson by Hornets

The Hornets 15s rugby team took the players from the University Of Guyana (UG) to school and taught them the finer points of rugby with a stinging 7-36 defeat yesterday at the rugby field in the second official game of the season.

Joseph topples Xavier to capture category A title

Nyron Joseph

Reigning Caribbean U17 squash champion Nyron Joseph completed a stunning win against Steven Xavier to capture the Category A title during the Toucan Industries Kool Aid Junior Skill Level squash tournament yesterday afternoon at the Georgetown Club’s squash facility.

St George’s Secondary crowned Milo U20 champs

The victorious St. George’s Secondary School team receiving the  trophy from Nestle Brand Manager Selwyn Bobb.

St. George’s Secondary proved it’s not how you start but how you finish as they were crowned inaugural Milo U20 football champions defeating South Ruimveldt in the final on sudden death kicks at the Ministry of Education Ground Carifesta Avenue on Saturday.

Defending champions DCC A open with win

—Brainstreet U15 competition

Jamal Michael took 5 wickets for Transport.

The third annual Georgetown Cricket Association/Brainstreet Under-15 tournament got underway at various grounds across the country last weekend. Defending champions the Demerara Cricket Club (A) defeated their (B) team by 99 runs over at the

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