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Against all odds!

Guyana’s Devendra Bishoo  doing fielding drills at Chepauk on Saturday. (Windiescricket.com)

by Tony Cozier at the ICC World Cup In DHAKA IN SPITE of their habitual meltdowns against England and India, the West Indies have somehow made it through to the World Cup quarter-finals. 0

Batsmen undo Permaul’s fine effort

- Guyana slump to eight run defeat against CCC

Assad Fudadin

CAVE HILL, Barbados, CMC – Another decisive spell from Carlos Brathwaite propelled Combined Campuses & Colleges to an eight-run victory over Guyana in the WICB Regional first-class championship yesterday. 0

Zimbabwe to play test match against Pakistan

KARACHI, (Reuters) – Zimbabwe will host a test  match against Pakistan in August, the Pakistan Cricket Board  (PCB) said yesterday. Zimbabwe, who have not played test cricket since 2005 after  suspending their status due to political problems in the  country, are due to play a test match and two one-day  internationals against Pakistan. 0

GABF National Club championships set for April…

...Tournament to jump start national selection for CBC

David Patterson

In an effort to pinpoint Guyana’s top basketball club and jump off competitive club basketball for the year, the Guyana Amateur Basketball Federation (GABF) has scheduled the commencement of its highly-anticipated GABF National Club Championships for April 2. 0

Barrow carts off men’s singles crown

-Washington captures two veteran titles

Players pose with awards along with GTTA officials following the completing of Sunday’s tournament.

Former national player Marlon Washington captured two categories but it was Steffan Barrow who carted off the prestigious men’s singles title when the Guyana Table Tennis Association (GTTA) in conjunction with the Linden Table Tennis Association (LTTA)held its multi category tournament Sunday at the Linden Constabulary building. 0

Beaten again!

-Rampaul, Smith fail to spur Windies to victory

Ravi Rampaul exults after getting the prized scalp of batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar among his five wicket haul but the West Indies batting fizzed like a damp squib to hand India a comprehensive victory.

CHENNAI, India, CMC – Another inexplicable West Indies batting collapse betrayed a career-best spell from Ravi Rampaul and another fine innings from Devon Smith, condemning them to an 80-run defeat against India in the World Cup yesterday. 0