By Iva Wharton
Without knowing the fundamentals of playing football, all that the females in Mabaruma, Region One, are doing is ‘kicking ball’ since they lack the technical and tactical knowledge of the game.
Cash prizes, trophies and champion jerseys will be up for grabs when the National Milling Company (NAMILCO) in collaboration with Roraima Bikers Club pedals off the 9th edition of the CARICOM ‘Wheat-Up’ Cycle Road Race on Monday (CARICOM Day).
ANSA McAl yesterday launched their Mackeson 3-on-3 Smooth Moves Basketball competition at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall and the live action is expected to tip off in three weeks at venues countrywide.
-Portugal go out in penalty kicks showdown with Spain
DONETSK, (Reuters) – Holders Spain needed a stuttering penalty shootout win over Portugal yesterday to reach the Euro 2012 final, a soccer showpiece which is set to be attended by a European leader seen as a pariah by much of the continent.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida – Richie Richardson said he believes cricket in the United States could be in for “something special” this weekend, when West Indies face New Zealand in the two Digicel Twenty20 Internationals here.
By Emmerson Campbell
Bronze medalist at the 2011 World Masters Championships, John ‘Big John’ Edwards, and 74kg Masters Category Two deadlift record holder, Winston Stoby, will headline the 2012 Guyana Amateur Powerlifting Federation (GAPF) Intermediate and Masters Championships slated for Sunday.
Some members of the Interim Management Committee (IMC) set up by the Minister of Sport, Dr. Frank Anthony, to take over the governance and administration of cricket are questioning the latest development whereby a national U-17 team currently preparing to participate in the upcoming West Indies Cricket Board’s (WICB) Regional tournament has been encamped.
The inaugural regional Under-17 cricket series was launched yesterday at the Tobago House of Assembly in Scarborough.
The tournament which will involve Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, Jamaica, Guyana, the Windwards and Leeward Islands will bowl off on Sunday at venues across the Sister Isle.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Britain’s Prince Charles made a rare, if fleeting, visit to Wimbledon yesterday but lingered long enough to see Roger Federer produce another regal performance on Centre Court and move serenely into the third round.
By Iva Wharton
St. George’s Secondary moved a step closer to the Georgetown quarter-finals of the Digicel Schools football competition yesterday when they secured 5-2 victory over Houston Secondary at the Georgetown Football Club Ground, Bourda.