Guyana’s senior national football team the “Golden Jaguars” yesterday received further support from the business community, ahead of the team’s two crucial home and away CONCACAF 2014 World Cup qualifiers, against Trinidad and Tobago on November 11 and 15
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, CMC – Despite boasting two of the most sought after players in world Twenty20 cricket, there was not one West Indian in the top 10 of the inaugural ICC Twenty20 International rankings released on Monday.
Sandeep Chand and Andre Lopes fought their way past Jeremy Miller and Jason Glasgow to deliver the match of the day when play in the annual Trophy Stall Doubles Tennis Tournament commenced Sunday with matches at the Non-Pareil and Pegasus courts.
Another high-class spell of off-spin bowling from 23-year old mystery off-spinner Sunil Narine propelled ten-time Regional limited overs champions Trinidad and Tobago into the 2011 Regional Super50 semi-finals with a 37-run victory over Jamaica, under the Duckworth/Lewis method at Everest Cricket Club yesterday.
Trinidad-based Guyanese Papo Haniff ended Avinash Persaud’s two-year reign while Christine Sukhram continued her dominance at the R1 Vodka Guyana Open two-day golf championships which ended Sunday evening at the Lusignan Golf Club.
The Combined Campuses and Colleges team (CCC) was yesterday eliminated from the Regional Super50 tournament despite defeating the Leeward Islands via the Duckworth-Lewis route at the Guyana National Stadium.
CHITTAGONG, Bangladesh, (Reuters) – Left-arm spinner Elias Sunny claimed four wickets on his debut but could not stop West Indies from moving towards safety in the rain-hit first test against Bangladesh yesterday.
St John’s Antigua – The West Indies A Team will kick into action once again as the ‘next-in-line’ players will contest two Digicel ‘Test’ matches against Bangladesh A as part of a seven match tour of the Caribbean by the Asian side.
(Reuters) – The decision to award the 2022 World Cup to Qatar was called into question by new FIFA executive committee member Theo Zwanziger on Sunday, with the German saying some of his fellow members had been pressurised by their governments to vote for the bid.