Weakened bowling concerns Sri Lanka

Lasith  Malinga

LONDON, (Reuters) – Four changes to a winning Sri  Lanka team, only one of them injury-enforced, created a brief  flurry of concern among their supporters before the World Cup  final against India in Mumbai on April 2.     

Golden Jaguars look to impress against Barbados

Collie Hercules

When Guyana’s Golden Jaguars square off with Barbados National squad in two friendly international football matches this weekend in Linden and Georgetown the local squad will be looking to impress ahead of several forthcoming international engagements.

Floodlit tests move one step closer

LONDON, (Reuters) – Only one final obstacle now  prevents the International Cricket Council (ICC) introducing  floodlit day-night test matches as it confronts dwindling  support for the five-day game.  

Guyana Softball League tournament reaches semifinals

Jasodra Singh (left) and Michelle De Young (right) pose after their unbeaten partnership of 78 runs.

Regal Mahaica Queens and Mahaica Princesses stormed into the female semifinals while D’ Edward SC booked the remaining male semifinal berth in the Regal Stationery and Computer Centre over-35 males 20/20 and females open 10/10 softball cricket tournament last weekend at various venues organized by the Guyana Softball League.

Four years on, lustre fades from Indian cricket league

Yuvraj Singh

MUMBAI, (Reuters) – For a show it was hard to beat: A  DJ blasted Bollywood songs, fans decked out in the colours of  the home side danced in the aisles, and the wife of the  billionaire team owner perched on an electric-blue sofa near the  Mumbai Indians’ dugout.   

Determined Chennai surge to top spot

Mahendra Singh Dhoni

The MA Chidambaram Stadium continued to be a fortress that couldn’t be breached, as Chennai sealed a seventh straight win at home to end Kochi Tuskers Kerala’s maiden IPL campaign on a disappointing note.