By Emmerson Campbell
Three grade ones, three grade twos, four grade threes and a grade four – those are the CXC grades of 22- year-old Kishawn Simon who will be making his professional boxing debut on the 25th edition of the Guyana Fight Night Pro Am card at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall on July 27.
CHARTRES, France, (Reuters) – Bradley Wiggins was 120 km away from becoming the first Briton to win the Tour de France after he outclassed the rest of the bunch in the penultimate stage, a 53.5-km time trial to Chartres yesterday.
ST KITTS – A rainy day throughout the island of St Kitts left the Under 15 cricketers frustrated as they were on and off the field as Round II of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Under 15 Tournament got underway yesterday.
Atlantis Cricket Club of the United States of America yesterday scored a 15-run victory over a Guyana Police Force XI in the second match of the three-way club teams T20 match at the Guyana Police Sports Club ground, Eve Leary.
Caribbean Under-15 girls’ singles runner up Chelsea Edghill kept alive her chances of qualifying for the 2014 Junior Olympic Games in China by reaching the quarter finals of the Mexico Open currently in progress in Mexico.
The inaugural Red Cherry Ladder Chess Tournament kicks off this morning at the Kei-Shar’s Sports Club, Hadfield Street.
The rapid chess tournament will see matches being played over the next several weekends.
ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – West Indies fast bowler Kemar Roach made a successful return to action following injury, producing a four-wicket haul to limit New Zealand on a rain-hit opening day of the three-day tour match against the WICB President’s XI here yesterday.
The second annual Guyana Rugby Football Union (GRFU) Summer Programme which was sponsored by the National Sports Commission (NSC) and Ming’s Products and Services concluded yesterday at the National Park.