GCC beat arch rivals DCC in David Persaud Investments Cup

By Neil Barry A combined bowling effort from the Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) spurred them to victory over the Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) on Thursday as the Georgetown Cricket Association’s David Persaud Investments Cup limited overs competition continued at various grounds in the city.

Windies U19s lose to England

John Campbell

TOWNSVILLE, Australia, CMC– Despite a defiant century from John Campbell West Indies lost to England by 13 runs in their  fifth place play-off of the ICC under 19 World Cup yesterday.

Spinners put India in firm control

Cheteshwar Pujara raises his bat to celebrate scoring 150 runs during the second day of their first test cricket match against New Zealand in Hyderabad, yesterday. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash

HYDERABAD, India, (Reuters) – India spinners Ravichandran Ashwin and Pragyan Ojha scythed down New Zealand’s top half to put the hosts in firm control of the opening test at the close of the second day yesterday.

Guyana upsets T&T at scrabble

-first time in 14 years

Scrabble concentration: Players at the championship yesterday.

After 14 years Guyana has finally secured a win over Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean Scrabble Championship, prevailing in twenty of the 36 games played yesterday at the Bank of Guyana.

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