Former three time men’s singles champion Colin France used his vast experience to win the men’s doubles title with partner Denzil Hopkinson when the Guyana Table Tennis Association national championships continued yesterday at the National Gymnasium.
-credits captaincy selection to hard work and dedication
As the Guyana senior cricket team begin preparations for next month’s Caribbean Twenty20 tournament that kicks off in Antigua and Barbados from January 10 – 22, arguably the biggest story coming out of Guyana’s 14-man squad selection besides the omission of Ramnaresh Sarwan is the selection of Christopher Barnwell as captain.
Veteran cricket commentator Joseph `Reds’ Perreira is urging the establishment of pro league cricket here and expressed the hope that one day Guyanese players will not have to flock to Trinidad & Tobago to play cricket to earn their keep.
CANBERRA, (Reuters) – Sachin Tendulkar hit a quickfire 92 before retiring as India’s first warm-up match on their tour of Australia against a Chairman’s XI ended in a draw after rain brought an early end to play yesterday.
With Barbadian knockout specialist Shawn ‘The Sniper’ Cox’s birthday 9 days away, he is not entertaining the thought of losing against Guyana’s destructive force Kurt ‘The Sledgehammer’ Bess when the two clash tonight at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.
CENTURION, South Africa, (Reuters) – AB de Villiers fell one short of a 13th test century yesterday after helping South Africa into a commanding position on the second day of the first test against Sri Lanka at Centurion.