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Nash double leads Jamaica run-spree as T&T wilt

Wavell Hinds

ST AUGUSTINE, Trinidad, Apr 2, CMC – Test left-hander Brendan Nash hit his maiden first class double century while veteran Wavell Hinds chipped in with his 23rd hundred, as Jamaica gorged themselves on Trinidad and Tobago’s bowling to dominate the second day of their semi-final here yesterday. 0

GFA pushing for voting rights

-but GFF refuses to meet with body over issue

Franklyn Wilson

The Georgetown Football Association (GFA) is pushing for voting rights ahead of next Saturday’s Ordinary General Meeting of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) but the local governing body has turned down a request for a meeting to discuss the issue. 0

‘Batting was Guyana’s weak link’

-says national coach Mark Harper; believes there are some aspects of Guyana’s cricket that are strong

Assad Fudadin

Despite the fact that Guyana’s senior cricket team finished in the cellar of this year’s West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) First Class competition, national coach Mark Harper feels that Guyana’s cricket is not a lost cause. 0

Currency fails to cash in on century

Romel Currency

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados,  CMC – Opener Romel Currency fell five short of a deserved century but his innings kept Combined Campuses and Colleges afloat on the opening day of their Regional First Class Championship semi-final against Windward Islands yesterday. 0

Arch rivals DCC/GCC clash at Queenstown

-GCA Friends of Heroes cricket

Travis Dowlin

Cricket competitions under the aegis of the Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA) will take place this week end at several venues with arch rivals Demerara Cricket Club and the Georgetown Cricket Club meeting in a key first division fixture fixture. 0