MUNICH, (Reuters) – Chelsea cleared the final hurdle in a season of never-ending challenges when they beat Bayern Munich 4-3 on penalties in the German team’s Allianz Arena stadium to be crowned European Champions for the first time yesterday.
LONDON, England, CMC – West Indies snatched two wickets in the final session to stymie England’s momentum but were still facing a tall order after captain Andrew Strauss’s 20th century, and first in nearly two years, put the hosts in control of the opening Test here yesterday.
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Mary Fung-A-Fat moved a giant leap closer to capturing her first national under 19 title after overpowering her main adversary Ashley deGroot on Thursday night at the Georgetown Club during the Woodpecker National Junior Squash Championships.
Gym mates from the Harpy Eagles Gym James Walcott and Rudolph Fraser are both brimming with confidence ahead of their respective bouts on June 1 when the Guyana Boxing Board of Control (GBBC) stages its 23rd edition of its Pro Am initiative.
It’s the fight the world awaits; it’s the fight with the potential of earning the world’s single highest pay-per-view buys in combat sports period and it’s the fight which can easily be named “Fight of the decade”.
The much-anticipated Guyana Independence Twenty/20 Cup in Berbice got a major boost when Demerara Distlillers Limited (DDL) delivered a solid sponsorship package yesterday for the tournament at Albion Sports Complex on May 26.
The stage is set for the third annual Modern Optical Inter-Services shooting championships billed for tomorrow at the Timehri ranges.
Seven security organizations will battle for supremacy in the event sponsored by Modern Optical of Middle Street and organized by the Smallbore Section of the Guyana National Rifle Association (GNRA).
(Reuters) – The Indiana Pacers, showing the poise and determination Miami was supposed to have, routed the cold shooting Heat 94-75 on Thursday to take a surprising 2-1 lead in their best-of-seven Eastern Conference semi-final series.
LONDON, England, CMC – World number one batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul produced another resolute effort to close in on his 26th Test century but seamer Stuart Broad’s six-wicket haul undermined West Indies on the opening day of the first Test at Lord’s here yesterday.
NEW DELHI, India, CMC – Talismanic opener Chris Gayle sent his strongest message yet to West Indies selectors yesterday, smashing a whirlwind, unbeaten century for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League to become the first-ever player to cross 700 runs in the multi-million dollar tournament.