The Guyana Football Federation (GFF) received G$148,029,143 in grants last year from the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA), an almost 100% increase from 2009, according to the financial report of the organisation ending December 31, 2010.
Tucville Secondary devour QC 10 – 2
The inaugural ScotiaBank/ Pepsi Schools Football Tournament officially kicked off yesterday with the opening ceremony and curtain-raiser match between Queen’s College and Tuvcille at the Carifesta Sports Complex Ground.
- GFA, Upper Demerara set to receive constitutional rights
In an interesting turn of events the Georgetown Football Association (GFA) and Upper Demerara Football Association (UDFA) are to receive constitutional rights from the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) pending the submission of certain documents.
KOCHI/HYDERABAD, India (Reuters) – Rajasthan Royals and Royal Challengers Bangalore recorded comfortable away victories to open their respective campaigns in the fourth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) yesterday.
SEPANG, Malaysia (Reuters) – Mercedes’ Michael Schumacher was only able to qualify 11th for today’s Malaysia Grand Prix as once again team mate Nico Rosberg outperformed him in a struggling car with rear wing problems.
DHAKA (Reuters) – Michael Clarke got his captaincy off to a terrific start by smashing a century and leading Australia to a 60-run win over Bangladesh in the first One-Day International in Dhaka yesterday.
(Fightnews) No one wanted to see Vivian Harris get brutally knocked out.
Especially Vivian Harris – which is why the former champ quit Friday night after a single round of weathering the storm that was Jesse Vargas.
CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Reuters) – World number one Caroline Wozniacki defeated Serbia’s Jelena Jankovic 6-4 6-4 yesterday to set up a final meeting with Russian Elena Vesnina at the Family Circle Cup.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, CMC – Jason Anderson struck an unbeaten century as Bermuda got their World Cricket League Division Two campaign back on track with a comfortable 69-run win over Hong Kong here yesterday.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Trinidad and Tobago have decided against pursuing any further legal action against the West Indies Cricket Board over last week’s contentious Regional First Class Championship semi-final versus Jamaica.
GT&T Chief Executive Officer Yog Mahadeo yesterday said that the GT&T 10/10 Softball Cricket Competition finals will be based on giving back to the fans with millions of dollars to be won and an after-games concert.