President of the Lusignan Golf Club, Brian Hackett, had an early Father’s Day present when he carted off the inaugural Budget Super Centre Medal Play golf tournament Saturday at the club’s, East Coast Demerara course.
The Guyana Table Tennis Association (GTTA) has shortlisted 18 male players and 11 female players to prepare for possible selection on the respective teams for the upcoming annual Caribbean championship to be held here.
By Treston Joseph
Neil Gordon single handedly lifted St. Stanislaus College over School of the Nations 79-70 to reach the final of the Youth Basketball Guyana (YGB) and National Sports Commission Schools’ Basketball Championships in the Georgetown Conference Sunday evening at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall (CASH).
LONDON, (Reuters) – Venus Williams’s first-round win at Wimbledon yesterday was a small but important step in American women’s tennis re-establishing itself after injuries to the five-times champion and sister Serena had exposed an alarming lack of depth.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – Darren Sammy said West Indies would be looking to put the brouhaha over Chris Gayle’s omission behind them, and focus on winning the first Test against India, starting today at Sabina Park.
Reliving their glory days the Carib All Stars thrashed the Under-21 squad 7-1 and have taken the lead in the John Fernandes Insurance Service second division hockey league when play continued Saturday at Thirst Park.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – West Indies Cricket Board officials have decided to cut contact with Dinanath Ramnarine, head of the regional players’ union, WIPA, until his conduct at meetings with the regional governing body improves.
North Georgetown Girls, East Ruimveldt and Tucville Boys all maintained their unbeaten streaks to storm into the finals of the inaugural Scotiabank/Pepsi Schools Football Academy when the semi finals were contested on Saturday at the Carifesta Sports Complex (CSC) Ground.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – West Indies officials have re-branded the regional limited-overs championship.
Directors of the West Indies Cricket Board have approved the changing of the name of the tournament to the “Regional Super50” at their meeting in the Jamaica capital over the weekend.