LONDON, (Reuters) – The scandals that have plagued recent series with Pakistan must be forgotten when England play them in the United Arab Emirates later this month, captain Andrew Strauss said yesterday.
President Donald Ramotar will seek the advice of the Attorney General in relation to the members of the National Twenty20 team’s appeal to him, Guyana Cricket Board’s (GCB) Cricket Development Officer Robin Singh said yesterday.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Former England captain Andrew Flintoff briefly considered quitting the game after hitting an “all-time low” during the 2006-07 Ashes whitewash in Australia, the player told a BBC programme discussing the mental health of top sportsmen.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Omar Khan said winning a warm-up Twenty20 tournament in Barbados this week would be the right tonic for reigning Caribbean champions Trinidad & Tobago ahead of the Caribbean T20.
LONDON, CMC – British Conservative MP Damian Collins said Sepp Blatter’s conduct as president of FIFA should be independently investigated.
Collins made the statement following a stunning claim from former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner that he was awarded lucrative FIFA World Cup broadcast rights for as low as US $1 after assisting Blatter in elections to become president of the sport’s World governing body.
SYDNEY, (Reuters) – The green shoots of Australian recovery will be exposed to the full glare of India’s determination to level the series in the 100th test match to be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground starting today.
Captains of Alpha “The Hammer” United and Fruta Conquerors, the teams competing in the Banks Beer Cup knockout final have expressed confidence ahead of the much anticipated grand finale this evening at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground.
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The 22nd annual 2011/12 Kashif and Shanghai football tournament, the premier football competition in Guyana over the past two decades, which commenced this year on December 10h with 22 teams, vying for the prestigious prize of one pound of gold (4 million dollars) concludes tonight at the Providence National Stadium with just the final two teams – Pele and Neal and Massy Caledonia AIA of Trinidad and Tobago facing off.
Alpha ‘The Hammer’ United hammered in two late goals against Sunburst Camptown in the final minutes of extra time to secure their spot in the final of the Banks Knockout Football Tournament at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground Friday evening.
President of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Julian Hunte has written Minister of Sport, Dr. Frank Anthony reiterating his board’s support for the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) and requesting a meeting over the government’s replacement of the GCB with an Interim Management Committee (IMC).