By Iva Wharton
The Guyana Table Tennis Association (GTTA) Saturday handed over just over eight hundred thousand dollars in cash incentives to players and coaches of the national junior team their sterling performances at the just-concluded Pre-Cadet and Cadet Caribbean championships in Jamaica.
By Iva Wharton
Gaining membership in the Americas Federation of Netball Association (AFNA) was a great accomplishment for Guyana but questions are being raised about Guyana’s readiness for such a challenge given its performance in the just-concluded AFNA championship held at the Jean Pierre Complex, Trinidad.
By Emmerson Campbell
A thunderous right hand by Clive ‘Wonder Kid’ Atwell brought the crowd at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall to its feet Friday last at the staging of the 25th edition of the Guyana Boxing Board of Control (GBBC) Guyana Fight Night Pro Am card.
LONDON, (Reuters) – American swimming great Michael Phelps looks to win his opening medal of the London Olympics today after suffering his first finish outside the top three in a Games final since he was 15.
NORTH SOUND, Antigua, CMC – Sunil Narine and Kemar Roach grabbed crucial wickets in the final hour to keep West Indies on the path to victory over New Zealand in the first Test yesterday here, after resolute batting from Brendon McCullum and Martin Guptill appeared to derail them.
As the battle of attrition between the two teams seeking to move out of the lower reaches of the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) rankings continues in Antigua, the annual West Indies under 19 tournament began in Barbados yesterday while its under 15 equivalent is in full swing in St.
BAYFIELD, Barbados, CMC – Guyana’s Chanderpaul Hemraj christened the WICB Regional Under-19 Championship with a splendid century – the first for the tournament – but was forced to share honours with Tristan Hanley who bagged an impressive six-wicket haul here yesterday.
The executives of the Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA) are disassociating themselves from involvement in the selection process of the Guyana U-19 team which is currently participating in the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) regional Under-19 cricket tournament which commenced yesterday in Barbados.
Junior chess player Anthony Drayton is in the lead after 12 rounds of the
inaugural Red Cherry Ladder chess tournament following the completion of matches on Thursday at the Kei-Shar’s Sports Club, Hadfield Street.
After teaming up with Jason Andrews to win the men’s doubles title on Friday, Jeremy Miller will, this afternoon, face off against reigning GBTI Open men’s singles champion Anthony Downes in a battle for the men’s singles title from 5.30pm on the courts of the Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry (GBTI) Recreational Centre.
Local junior star riders Raynauth Jeffrey and Paul DeNobrega recently returned from Anguilla and Antigua where they both enjoyed success.
Raynauth and De Nobrega are attached to the Miami-based cycle club Team CoCo’s.
Hikers Cadets continued their adventurous run with their second victory while Flora GCC Tigers ladies enjoyed a good run of form on the second night of the Noble House Goals Galore Indoor Hockey tournament at the National Gymnasium on Mandela Avenue Friday night.