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WICB and its Territorial Boards: How important is the player in determining player support systems?

Asks Colin Stuart In devising player support systems there must be the general objective of meeting the demands of the game through the promotion of the players’ needs .

Serena apologises for expletive-laced tirade

NEW YORK, (Reuters) - Serena Williams apologised yesterday for her expletive-laced tirade at a lineswoman during her  U .

Three more companies give  support to ‘Caribbean Fury’ card

Three more companies give support to ‘Caribbean Fury’ card

The ‘Caribbean Fury’ boxing card scheduled for September 26 at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall (CASH) attracted more corporate support with  Guyana Oil Company (GUYOIL), Akbar Auto Sales and Nigel’s Supermarket joining the sponsorship bandwagon .

Reifer, Walton fire as Windies find winning touch

POTCHEFSTROOM, South Africa,  CMC – Captain Floyd Reifer stroked a half-century and wicketkeeper Chadwick Walton smashed his second successive fifty, as West Indies easily beat North West Dragons at the Potch Dorp Cricket Club yesterday .

GFF Super League

Rosignol stays undefeated, Liquid Gold and Victoria Kings victoriousRosignol United won their second game in as many matches while Liquid Gold of Bartica pulled off an upset in Linden when the inaugural Guyana Football Federation (GFF) Super League continued Sunday with five matches at four different venues across the country .

Was it ‘In the Heat of the Moment’?

Was it ‘In the Heat of the Moment’?

… zany acts explained in songs for GUSL aborted 2009 finaleBy Gary Tim New York (SMS) — In 1989, a new jack ballad burst onto the charts with a common title: ‘In the Heat of the Moment’ .

Clijsters’s win marred by controversial finish

NEW YORK,  (Reuters) - Belgian comeback queen Kim  Clijsters knocked out Serena Williams in a wildly controversial finish on Saturday to advance to the final of the U .

Windies lose high-scoring match to Cape Cobras

KLERKDORP, South Africa, CMC – West Indies failed to hold off Cape Cobras’ rampant late surge and lost by three wickets with two balls to spare in their unofficial ICC Champions Trophy warm-up fixture on Saturday .

Del Potro stuns Nadal to make first slam final

NEW YORK, (Reuters) - Argentina’s Juan Martin del  Potro bludgeoned Rafael Nadal 6-2 6-2 6-2 at the U .

Controversial endings to grand slam matches

NEW YORK, (Reuters) - Here is a brief description  of matches that ended in controversial circumstances after  Serena Williams was handed a point penalty on match point down  to lose her semi-final against Kim Clijsters at the U .

Federer beats Djokovic to set up Del Potro final

NEW YORK, (Reuters) - Roger Federer conjured a  brilliant winner from between his legs to bring up match point  as he beat Novak Djokovic 7-6 7-5 7-5 in the semi-finals yesterday to move within one win of a sixth successive U .

Barrichello leads Brawn one-two in Italy

MONZA, Italy, (Reuters) - Brazilian Rubens  Barrichello won the Italian Grand Prix in a Brawn one-two yesterday to trim team mate Jenson Button’s Formula One  championship lead to 14 points with four races left .

Serena fined $10,500 for semi-final outburst

NEW YORK, (Reuters) - Serena Williams was fined $10,500 by officials at the U .

Woods cruises to eight-stroke win at BMW

LEMONT, Illinois, (Reuters) - Tiger Woods coasted to  an eight-shot victory at the BMW Championship yesterday to  capture his sixth title of the season .

Rain has final say in Cellink final, Everest, GNIC crowned joint champions

Rain has final say in Cellink final, Everest, GNIC crowned joint champions

Rain curtailed  play on yesterday’s final day of the Georgetown Cricket Association/Cellink Plus three-day first division final at the Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) ground Bourda .

Bolt ends superb year with 200m victory in 19.68

THESSALONIKI, Greece, (Reuters) - Jamaican Usain  Bolt capped a remarkable year by storming to victory in the 200  metres at the World Athletics Final yesterday .

Mackeson English/K&S Futsal Tournament…GFC, Santos, Western Tigers and Silver Shottas advance

The Georgetown Football Club (GFC) , BK International Western Tigers, Santos and Silver Shottas football clubs were the latest teams to make it through to the next round of the Mackeson English/Kashif and Shanghai Futsal Competition when action continued on Saturday at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall .

Chubby Under-13 Football Competition… Uprising and Camptown scorch GFC and Pele

The Uprising and Sunburst Camptown Football Clubs were dominant in the latest round of the Chubby Under-13 Football Competition which is organized by the Georgetown Football Association (GFA) when they defeated their opponents at the Tucville Playfield on Saturday .

Seventeen of 37 local referees fail FIFA fitness test

By Tiadi BlairSeventeen of 37 local referees were unable to pass a fitness test carried out by FIFA referee and physical instructor Merere Gonzales recently .

Richardson helps RailHawks beat PR Islanders

CARY, North Carolina, CMC – The Guyana international Gregory Richardson struck an early goal and an assist to help Carolina RailHawks beat the Puerto Rico Islanders 2-1 in their United Soccer Leagues (USL) First Division match Saturday night .