Female football knockout tournament offering $500,000 top prize

- kicks off in Bartica from today

The National Association of Women’s Football (NAWF) is looking to push its development mandate when Mineral Promotion in collaboration with the NAWF and Solid Gold kicks off a female knockout tournament at the Bartica Community Centre ground from today until September 3.

Tomorrow’s fights will be highly entertaining

— says GBBC boss Peter Abdool

President of the Guyana Boxing Board of Control, Peter Abdool, right sitting, addresses the media at yesterday’s press briefing at the NCN studios along with the boxers and officials from the professional and amateur boards.

President of Guyana Boxing Board of Control (GBBC) Peter Abdool yesterday said that the 17th edition of the Pro Am Friday night fights card will be highly entertaining and urged the public to come out in their numbers and support the event.

Jamaica still in charge of CFU

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Jamaica jumped one place in the world to continue as the top team in the Caribbean Football Union, in the latest FIFA rankings released yesterday.

Chattergoon strokes undefeated 54

Tapeball 10/10 Cricket Competition

Jonathan Foo

Ramnarine Chattergoon had a fine all-round performance on Saturday for Albion at the Area H ground while Essequibo’s Young Warriors edged past Brushie’s XI by two runs on Sunday as action in the Kares Engineering/Bushy Park Sawmills 10/10 tapeball competition continued.

Shabazz back as National Coach

-calls for new leaders to emerge

Members of the head table discuss the expectations of the International Friendly game between Guyana’s Golden Jaguars and India at the Guyana National stadium. Acting president of the GFF Franklin Wilson (fourth from right) is flanked from left by Colin Baker, Aubrey ‘Shanghai’ Major, Jamal Shabazz, Faizal Khan, Mark Xavier, Walter Moore and Kayode Mc Kinnon.

Recalled national coach of Guyana Jamaal Shabazz yesterday referred to former Caribbean Football Union (CFU) president and FIFA vice president Austin ‘Jack’ Warner’s contribution to football as yeoman but said since he was no longer in football now was not the time for emerging leaders to cower.