Importance of long-format cricket stressed

- as Noble House Seafood Second Division competition launched

Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA) secretary Deborah Mc Nichol receives tournament sponsorship check from Noble House Seafoods representative Piercy Corlette

Georgetown Cricket Association President Roger Harper yesterday highlighted the importance of the long-format of cricket in the development of young players when the Noble House Seafoods-sponsored 2011 GCA two-day competition was launched at Malteenoes Sports Club, Thomas Lands.

Coach not surprised at Dey, Ramdyhan wins in St Vincent

Aretta Dey

Coach of Guyana’s national squad of junior tennis players, Shelly Daly-Ramdyhan, says she was not surprised at the recent wins by Aretta Dey and Nicola Ramdyhan at the First Citizens Investment Services 2011 International Junior Tennis Tournament in St Vincent and the Grenadines last month.

Ali: WICB recognizes current GCB administration

President of the Guyana Cricket Board Ramsey Ali (centre) addressing members of the media yesterday at the GCB boardroom. Other members of his executive from left are Dru Bahadur, Fizul Bacchus, Terry Holder, Anand Sanasie and Alfred Mentore. (Orlando Charles photo)

President of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) Ramsey Ali yesterday refuted claims that an Interim Management Committee (IMC) was formed to run cricket in Guyana, maintaining that no one has sent his administration a directive to step down from office.