Ram disappointed over GTA’s relationship with Ministry of Sport, NSC

—advocates term limits for association presidents

Christopher Ram

Immediate past president of the Guyana Tennis Association (GTA) Christopher Ram says he is disappointed with the existing relationships with the Ministry of Sport and the National Sports Commission and looks forward to a change in the relationships now that he is no longer at the helm of the GTA.

Berbice Titans, Universal Solutions Tigers in final

Berbice Titans and Universal Solutions Tigers will clash in tomorrow’s final of the Universal DVD Club and Universal Solutions-sponsored T20 tournament after both teams secured wins in their respective semi-finals last Wednesday at the Blairmont Community Centre ground.

Daley lifts Windies to series win

LUCAS STREET, Barbados,  CMC – Shanel Daley’s spirited all-round performance fired West Indies Women to a handsome 45-run over victory over Sri Lanka Women under the Duckworth/Lewis method, in the third and final One-Day International here  yesterday, securing for the hosts a 2-1 series win.

Rose injury casts major cloud over Bulls win

(Reuters) – Chicago and Miami opened the National Basketball Association post-season with comfortable wins on Saturday but the Bulls paid a steep price for their victory when Derrick Rose was ruled out for the rest of the season with a knee injury.

Lozano on her way to world recognition after thrashing Moses

—Marques, Dharry score sensational knockout wins

Ana Lozano left and Mandessa Moses going at it in their six-round super featherweight fight Friday night at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall. (Orlando Charles photo)

By Emmerson Campbell The name Ana Lozano might not have been  a familiar one among Guyana’s boxing fans before Friday night but after the Venezuelan thrashed the World Boxing Council’s  No.12 ranked boxer, Mandessa Moses in her debut bout at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall on Friday night, she may well be on her way to world recognition.

Gayle superb but RCB loses; Narine thrives

Chris Gayle

KOLKATA, India,  CMC – Talismanic West Indies left-hander Chris Gayle smashed his fourth half-century in six innings and surpassed 300 runs for another Indian Premier League season but his Royal Challengers Bangalore suffered a 47-run defeat at the hands of Kolkata Knight Riders here  yesterday.

Alpha out of CFU c/ships

—Lumumba to challenge ruling

Odinga Lumumba

By Iva Wharton The uncertainty is over, Alpha `The Hammer’ United is officially out of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) club championships.

Boxers to depart Tuesday for Olympic box off

Imran Khan

By Emmerson Campbell London Olympic Games hopeful and joint Junior Sportsman of the Year Imran ‘Magic’ Khan, along with Stefan Gouveia and Burt Braithwaite will wing out to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Tuesday to participate in the Olympic Games box offs.

Failing to Seize the moment

Darren Sammy

As with Indian coach Duncan Fletcher last year, Australian captain Michael Clarke had good words to say about the West Indies after their latest series ended on Friday.

Swann believes weather will be Windies undoing

Graeme Swann

LONDON, England,  CMC – Off-spinner Graeme Swann believes the chilly Spring weather will hand England the advantage in the upcoming series against West Indies but said he remained wary over the Caribbean side’s ability to spring surprises.