BASSETERRE, St. Kitts, CMC – CARICOM Heads of Government have heeded Chris Gayle’s call, and will seek to intervene in the impasse between the former West Indies captain and the West Indies Cricket Board.
After an exhibition game on Saturday evening, the Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry (GBTI) Tennis Open curtains came down with the winners receiving their trophies on the lawns of the GBTI Sports Club.
Asks Colin Benjamin
As the talented but non-producing West Indies batting again stumbled disappointingly to put up a substantial total in the just concluded second test against India, it seems likely that the
team would most certainly have lost the second test if rain hadn’t washed out the third day’s play.
Diamond Cricket Club yesterday won the 2011 Saskia Investment Trading and Ice-Parlour sponsored East Bank Cricket Association limited overs competition after securing a 31-run victory over association rivals North Soesdyke in the final at the Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) ground.
Guyana’s Euleen Josiah- Tanner on Sunday won the female category of the sixth CARICOM 10K road race held in St Kitts, Nevis under the theme “Run for life… Exercise your right.”
St Lucia earned its first hold on the CARICOM Chairman’s trophy when Zepherinus Joseph won the event in a time of 37:07:00.
By Treiston Joseph
School of the Nations edged out Government Technical Institute (GTI) 37-34 in the National Schools’ Basketball Festival organized by the Youth basketball Guyana (YBG) and the National Sports Commission (NSC) at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall (CASH) last Sunday.
East Coast and West Demerara will clash this morning in the first match of the rescheduled Inter-Association cricket tournament according to a release from Cricket Development Officer of the Guyana Cricket Board Reon King.
Abuzz with the success of Terron Alleyne, top student at this year’s National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA), Lindeners welcomed the historic GT&T Fastball tournament in grand fashion with much pomp and ceremony Saturday evening at the Mackenzie Sports Club ground.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Ramnaresh Sarwan paid the ultimate price for his failures in the first two Tests against India.
The 31-year-old batsman has been dropped for the final Test, starting on Wednesday at Windsor Park in Dominica, following a lean patch form that has dogged him in the last few months.