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Rocked back!

-Windies ‘A’ eye victory after Johnson, Mc Clean strikea

Kevin McClean

GROS ISLET, St Lucia,  CMC – Pacers Delorn Johnson and Kevin McClean produced devastating spells to rock India A and put West Indies A in sight of victory in the third and final unofficial “Test” here yesterday.

Thrashed!

-Academy of Professional Studies receive 18-1 thrashing from Covent Garden

One of the 18 goals scored by Covent Garden yesterday in their match against the Academy of Professional Studies. (Iva Wharton photo)

By Iva Wharton Covent Garden Secondary School showed no mercy on the Academy of Professional Studies (APS)whom they thrashed 18-1 as the Digicel Schools football tournament continued yesterday at the Grove Centre Ground.

Windies look to Oval for good omen

Chris Gayle

LONDON, England,  CMC – West Indies are hoping the historic Oval can serve as a good luck charm when the pivotal second One-Day International of the three-match series against England bowls off here today.

GRFU names team to play against Bermuda

The Guyana Rugby Football (GRFU) Union yesterday named the team to play against Bermuda on Saturday in the final Caribbean qualifying match for the 2015 Rugby World Cup to take place in Hamilton, Bermuda on Saturday.

Italy beat Ireland 2-0 to reach last eight

Euro2012…

POZNAN, (Reuters) – Italy never do things easily and although the 2-0 scoreline suggests they comfortably beat Ireland yesterday to reach the Euro 2012 quarter-finals, the bruised palms of goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon prove otherwise.

Heat score last five points to clinch win

LeBron James guards Kevin Durant during Sunday night’s Game Three which the Heat won 91-85. (Reuters photo)

MIAMI,   (Reuters) – Miami’s dominance from the free-throw line proved strong enough to quell the Oklahoma City Thunder in a fierce fourth-quarter battle as the Heat claimed a 91-85 Game Three victory on Sunday and a 2-1 series lead in the NBA Finals.

GTTA gets second set of Stag equipment

The Guyana Table tennis Association is in receipt of the second set of Stag equipment. The equipment, which arrived on My 25, has been cleared by the GTTA with the assistance of the Ministry of Culture, youth and Sport which has forked out some $2.3m to help clear the equipment.

Rugby team looking to avenge Bermuda defeat

Players from the national 15s rugby team practicing at the Providence National Stadium yesterday. (Orlando Charles photo)

By Emmerson Campbell After roaring to a 20-nil victory against the Trinidad and Tobago Calypso Warriors two weeks ago in the Southern Zone of the NACRA Regional Qualifiers for the 2015 Rugby World Cup, the Guyana Jaguars have now turned their attention to Bermuda.

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