- as Noble House Seafood Second Division competition launched
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.
LAS VEGAS (Reuters) – Victor Ortiz will enter the ring against Floyd Mayweather Jr tomorrow as the WBC welterweight champion but he will also be a heavy underdog — a tag with which he is entirely comfortable.
The 2011 Guyana Cricket Board/EL Dorado limited overs cricket competition gets underway today with two matches.
Essequibo tackles Demerara at Bourda while defending champions Berbice host the President’s X1 at Blairmont in West Bank Berbice.
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.
The North American & Caribbean Rugby Association (NACRA) will conduct an Elite Sevens coaching workshop today through Sunday at the Scouts Association of Guyana Headquarters on Woolford Avenue commencing at 17:00 hrs.
The Berbice Cricket Board/Republic Bank Under-17 inter-zone cricket tournament bowls off on Sunday with Lower Corentyne playing Upper Corentyne and New Amsterdam/Canje taking on West Berbice from 09:30 hrs.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – West Indies captain Darren Sammy says victory in the two-match Twenty20 series against England later this month will help set the tone for a strong overseas campaign which includes tours of Bangladesh and India later this year.
BRUSSELS, Belgium, CMC – Jamaican sprint icon Usain Bolt finds himself in an unfamiliar position at the season-ending Diamond League meet here today, still trying to post the world’s fastest time over 100 metres.
By Iva Wharton
Superwoman just might be the most appropriate word to describe Alisha Fortune.
At 36-six years old, Fortune, a single mother is balancing motherhood, her job, athletics, bodybuilding and also being a football referee.
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.
The first annual Hajjin Zeleena Rafeek Memorial countrywide Inter-Jamaat 10/10 knockout softball cricket tournament organized by the Muslim Youth Organization (MYO) of Guyana in association with Raf’s Variety Store bowled off last Sunday with a series of matches at the MYO ground.