Defending champion Phillip Squires and GBTI Open winner Anthony Downes will next face off in the next round of the Le Meridien Pegasus Hotel Open tournament after the two registered wins Thursday last in men’s singles matches at the hotel’s courts.
-says coach of South American Under23 bronze medallist
Reputable athletics coach Raymond Dauw is proposing that clubs, coaches and athletes should take serious action against president of the Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG) Colin Boyce over the state of athletics in Guyana.
-organisers hope to develop Burnham Court and improve basketball in Georgetown
The Colts Basketball Club hopes that the memory and philosophy of their late coach Phillip George will be immortalized in the local basketball arena and they intend to do so by staging the inaugural Phillip George Legacy Basketball tournament from November 16 to December 16 at the Burnham Basketball Court.
A million dollars countrywide dominoes tournament is set to commence Wednesday at the Banks DIH Sports Club from 6pm.
Organised by Next level Promotions, the tournament will cater for teams from a wide cross section of the country.
Defending champion Papo Haniff of Trinidad and Tobago and three-time winner Guyanese Avinash Persaud share the lead while reigning queen Christine Sukhram of Guyana trails at the end of the first day action at the XM Rums sponsored Guyana Open Golf championships yesterday at the Lusignan Golf Club.
– Junior cyclists win team time trial; dominate road race
By Emmerson Campbell
After out riding the Surinamese earlier in the day in the team time trials in the National Park, the local junior riders later took their talents to the open road and dominated their counterparts to retain their Inter Guiana Games (IGG) cycling title.
‘We are not head and shoulders above the other Caribbean teams’
By Emmerson Campbell
After topping Group Two in the first round of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Cup, Guyana’s Golden Jaguars will look to roar to victory against second round foes, French Guiana, host Grenada and Haiti when Group Six action kicks off on November 14.
-having massive blowing sale on sneakers to facilitate basketball players
GiftlandOfficemax has once again demonstrated its commitment towards the development of sports in Guyana by helping to sponsor the Phillip George Legacy basketball tournament which will be held on the outdoor Burnham Basketball Court from November 16 to December 16.
By Iva Wharton
The Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company was on Friday lauded by the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club (GMR&SC) for its support of motor racing ahead of this week-end’s final round of the Caribbean Motor racing Championships at the South Dakota Circuit.
Guyana’s Randolph Morgan has captured an individual gold medal at the World Power lifting Championships in Puerto Rico.
Morgan placed eighth overall but dead lifted 330 (727.65lbs) kilogrammes to win the 83 kilogramme category.
‘I feel down but I wasn’t surprised’
The South American Youth (Under 17) Championships which were held in Argentina last weekend but and the agony of not being able to participate in that event still pains 15-year old sprint ace Tevin Garraway.
Toolsie Persaud Limited extends
deepest sympathy to family
Former Toolsie Persaud Limited tapeball cricketer Robert Boodram played his last innings on November 1 in Toronto, Canada after a brief period of illness.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Wily off-spinner Sunil Narine has been labelled as a “fast learner” and a “match-winner”, and is expected to be one of West Indies’ trump cards on the Bangladesh tour this month.