-Ramdeen slams ton for Everest
By Neil Barry Jr.,
Malteenoes Sports Club (MSC) on Saturday grabbed first innings points against the Muslim Youth Organisation (MYO) in a low-scoring encounter of the Georgetown Cricket Association’s (GCA) Noble House Seafoods second division two-day competition at the MYO ground.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Trinidad & Tobago and West Indies ‘A’ opening batsman Justin Guillen hit a brisk half-century for his adopted Barbados club CounterPoint Wanderers, who brought off a thrilling one-run win off the very last ball against LIME in the opening round of the Barbados Cricket Association Sagicor General Twenty20 tournament on Saturday.
looking to take positives from World Cup Qualifiers into CFU competition
– Skipper Chris Nurse
From Emmerson Campbell
in St Lucia
The Golden Jaguars have brushed off their disappointing third round 2014 Football World Cup Qualifiers exit and will look to roar to victory when they tackle Group Two foe St.
By Iva Wharton
Sophia Special School, North Georgetown, Marian Academy, St. Margaret’s and Redeemer Primary Schools all secured victories when the Courts sponsored Pee Wee football tournament commenced at the Thirst Park ground yesterday.
By Tony cozier
Ramnaresh Sarwan would do well to follow the example of Marlon Samuels.
At his best, Sarwan is an experienced, proven, high quality batsman with a record of two doubles to go with 13 single hundreds in 87 Tests, along with 173 ODIs, and respective averages of 40 and 43.
– Golden Jaguars begin quest for
Caribbean Football Cup glory today
Campbell in St Lucia
The national football team the Golden Jaguars will begin their quest for redemption today when they tackle St Vincent and the Grenadines in their first Group Two game for this year’s Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Championships here at the Beausejour Stadium in St.
Director of Sport Neil Kumar yesterday declared that the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport was working in partnership with the Guyana Table Tennis Association GTTA to ensure that facilities are in place for the further development of the sport.
Ravendra Persaud hit a century while Zulfikar Ali hit an unbeaten 94 as Young Guns defeated East Bankers by 134 runs when the Guyana Floodlights Softball Cricket Associa-tion competition continued last Sunday.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Former West Indies captain and outstanding batsman Brian Lara says he turned down an offer to play for the International XI in two unofficial Twenty20 matches in Pakistan because he was concerned about the message it would send out in light of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) disassociating itself from the matches.
Former England captain Tony Greig has been diagnosed with a form of lung cancer. He told Australia’s Sunday Telegraph newspaper: “I have had a few scrapes in my life and this is another one.”
Greig, 66, will have surgery this week to take a sample from his lung to determine the extent of the cancer.
By Neil Barry
The Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) raced to victory at their home ground in Queenstown yesterday in their quarter-final of the Queensway Cup competition over the Gandhi Youth Organization (GYO) at the DCC ground in Queenstown.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – West Indies Test players Kirk Edwards and Kemar Roach have been left out of a Barbados 23-man provisional squad for the 2013 Caribbean Twenty20 tournament in Trinidad & Tobago and St.
By Iva Wharton
Golfers from Canada and the United States have confirmed their participation for this year’s staging of the Digicel Golf Classic said Secretary of the Lusignan Golf Course, David Mohamed.