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New Zealand show fight against South Africa

PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa, (Reuters) – New Zealand fought bravely to move to 157 for four in their second innings, following on and still 247 runs behind South Africa, at the close of the third day’s play in the second test yesterday.

Damp squib!

- Trinidad maul Guyana in Caribbean T20 showdown

With two close finishes in their previous matches both of which they won last night?s Caribbean T20 showdown between Guyana and hosts Trinidad at the Queen?s Park Oval was expected to be a firecracker but turned out to be a damp squib after a lacklustre performance from the Guyanese.

Simply appalling!

Stabroek Sports’ columnist Tony Cozier is of the view that West Indies cricket should be very concerned over the worrying standards of the game being exhibited at the Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad in the regional T20 tournament Had he watched the early matches in the regional Twenty20 from his luxury villa on Barbados’ west coast this past week, Verus International’s head honcho Ajmal Khan might have wondered just what he got himself into,

Buxton United receive K&S first prize

Winners of the 23rd Kashif and Shanghai Football Tournament, Buxton United, were formally presented with their top honours yesterday at the Buxton Ground as did their Captain, and MVP of the tournament  Dwain Jacobs.

Ace Warriors fall for 50

Noble House Seafoods second division competition….

– Everest grabs first innings points Everest Cricket Club yesterday grabbed first innings points against Ace Warriors after dismissing them for a paltry first innings score of 50 and then racking up 234-6 when the Georgetown Cricket Association, Noble House Seafoods two day second division competition resumed at the Muslim Youth Organisation ground.

Contracts signed, boxers ready for action

- ‘I hear he break my friend nose so I bringing my own’

– Says Mark Austin With the paperwork completed the boxers who will appear on the Guyana Boxing Board of Control (GBBC) first promotional card dubbed Guyana Fight Night on January 27 at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall (CASH) are ready to swing into action.

GT&T Berbice closing in on big win

The Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Berbice cricket team were in a strong position to force an outright win against the President’s XI on the second day of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) senior inter-county tournament at the Demerara Cricket Club ground yesterday.

Davis hat-trick sinks B/dos

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – A spectacular Derone Davis hat-trick triggered yet another humiliating Barbados batting meltdown as Combined Campuses and Colleges hauled themselves off the bottom of the Caribbean Twenty20 standings with a sensational win here Friday night.

Windies women beat S/Africa by eight wickets

ROSEAU, Dominica, CMC – World class all-rounder Stafanie Taylor proved her worth in gold to fire West Indies Women to an all important eight-wicket win over South Africa Women and keep the hosts alive in the five-match one-day series here  yesterday.

J/ca edge luckless Leewards in super over

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad,  CMC – Jamaica edged Leeward Islands in a nail-biter, pulling off an exciting win via the super-over to move into contention for a playoff spot in the Caribbean Twenty20 here Friday night.

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