By Emmerson Campbell
Imran ‘Magic’ Khan and his teammates continued their march on the road to the 2102 London Olympics Games, turning in impressive performances at the inaugural Ronald Wilson Memorial tournament which ended Saturday night in Barbados.
An all-round team effort by Third Class helped them to pull off a one wicket victory over Ace Warriors yesterday in their Noble House Seafood second division cricket match at the Guyana National Industrial Corporation (GNIC) Sports Complex ground.
Inspired bowling by Damien Vantull led the University of Guyana (UG) to first inning points over Gandhi Youth Organization (GYO) in the Noble House Seafood second division competition yesterday at the GYO ground, Woolford Avenue.
AHMEDABAD, India, CMC – With West Indies under pressure to beat India and keep the five-match One-Day International series alive, team coach Ottis Gibson reckons there is some comfort in the fact that they have fought well against the world champions.
BRISBANE, (Reuters) – Debutant pace bowler James Pattinson ripped through New Zealand’s top order in a brilliant morning spell to fire Australia to an emphatic nine-wicket victory with more than a day to spare in the first test yesterday.
Gizmos and Gadgets Georgetown Pitbulls and the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) President’s XI will lock horns today in the final of Carib Beer/Pepsi Twenty20 competition at the Albion Community Centre Ground.
As popular, Caribbean and appropriate as it was at the time, David Rudder’s converted anthem “Rally Round the West Indies” is wearing a little thin for cricket supporters despairing over whether there will ever be a revival.
The recent 51st Guyana Teachers’ Union/Ministry of Education, National Schools Cycling, Swimming and Track & Field Championships showcased a number of talented athletes despite the logistical problems that continue to plague this pre-eminent annual event.
The rivalry between organizers Mark `Jumbie’ Wiltshire and Neville `Cody’ Cadogan will be taken to the next level today when their respective female teams clash at the Dynasty Sports Club in a feature event.
BRISBANE, (Reuters) – Captain Michael Clarke rode his luck to score 139 and help steer Australia to a 132-run first innings lead over New Zealand with a total of 427 on the third day of the first test yesterday.
DHAKA, (Reuters) – Nasir Hossain smashed his maiden century for Bangladesh but they were unable to prevent Pakistan easing to a 76-run win yesterday for an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match one-day international series.