Sports

Rain interrupts England charge

LONDON,  (Reuters) – Rain frustrated England’s bid for  a series whitewash over India yesterday when play was washed  out after lunch on the opening day of the fourth test at the  Oval.    

Wenger confused by UEFA touchline ban rules

LONDON, (Reuters) – Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is  confused about UEFA’s rules covering touchline bans after he was  ordered to stop communicating with his team during a Champions  League playoff win over Udinese.   

Stalemate!

-National U-17 female footballers draw 1-1 against Curacao

Curacao goalkeeper Rowina Bernadino tried in vain to save Guyana’s Sara Vaughn’s equaliser yesterday. (Aubrey Crawford photo)

Their inexperience showed but the national under-17 female footballers held on for a 1-1 draw against Curacao in their first match of the CONCACAF Under-17 World Cup Qualifiers at the Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) Ground yesterday.

Queensway Cup launched

- Special emphasis being placed on development of fast-bowlers

GCA President Roger Harper receives the tournament winner’s trophy from Queensway Managing Director Mohamed Qualander.

The Queensway-sponsored 2011 Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA) Open 50 overs Knockout Cricket competition was launched yesterday during a small ceremony at Value Maxx office on Regent Road and Oronoque Street, Bourda.