The National Community Basketball League (NCBL) will continue tonight with the quarterfinal round as Nigel Hinds and Associates North Ruimveldt will trade baskets with McDoom/Diamond at the Cliff Anderson Sports hall (CASH) from 19:00hrs.
Running Brave Athletic Club members will now be decked out in their new colors of gold and blue after receiving a supply of Rossi track suits last Monday in the National Park from an admirer of the club Mervin Rodriguez.
The Guyana Amateur Swimming Association (GASA) yesterday said that swimmer Jessica Stephenson had qualified above Britany van Lange and would have been Guyana’s female representative in swimming at the 2012 Summer Olympics if not for current personal obligations which sidelined the former Trinidad-based swimmer.
The annual Olympic Day run, walk and jog event, which is held by the Guyana Olympic Association (GOA) is set to take place next Sunday from its usual starting point, outside the Thomas Lands YMCA, Camp Street, commencing at 6am.
OKLAHOMA CITY, (Reuters) – LeBron James and Dwyane Wade signalled they were not yet ready to pass the torch to the next generation by leading the Miami Heat to a 100-96 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game Two of the NBA Finals on Thursday.
Seven teams remain in the National Community Basketball League after Lodge/Meadowbrook became the first to be booted from the competition last Wednesday when the quarterfinal round tipped off at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.
SOUTHAMPTON, England, CMC – Head coach Ottis Gibson has dismissed suggestions that West Indies will be favourites heading into the three-match One-Day International series against England starting here tomorrow.
SOUTHAMPTON, England, CMC – Ottis Gibson said yesterday talismanic opener Chris Gayle had made a seamless re-entry into the West Indies squad, after 14 months out because of a squabble with the West Indies Cricket Board.
KHARKIV, (Reuters) – Netherlands need to quickly find the missing style they have been unable to locate at Euro 2012 if they are to have any chance of staying alive in the tournament, playmaker Wesley Sneijder said.