Martin triple strike puts NZ on top

Chris Martin

(Reuters) – Medium fast bowler Chris Martin grabbed three wickets in four balls after tea to seize the momentum for New Zealand as the hosts reduced South Africa to 191 for seven at the close of the opening day of the first test in Dunedin yesterday.

`I never received any visas through the GCB’

-says Marvin Munroe

Marvin Munroe, one of the two cricketers whose names have been linked to police investigations concerning allegedly receiving visas through the now defunct Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) has said he never received any visas through the GCB.

Double header at Mackenzie HardCourts today

Play in the Linden Amateur Basketball Association  (LABA) organized Trophy Stall-sponsored tournament will resume today from 18:30hrs with a double header at the Mackenzie Sports Club hardcourt after a break due to inclement weather.

Clarke doubtful for West Indies tour

Michael Clarke

ADELAIDE, Australia, CMC – Injury has put Australia captain Michael Clarke’s tour of the West Indies in doubt. The right-hander damaged his left hamstring en route to 117 in the second match of the Tri-Series final against Sri Lanka on Tuesday and has been ruled out for the limited overs phase of the Caribbean trip.

Fistic fury ahead!


Fistic fury ahead!  Some of the boxers who will be on the 21st edition of the Guyana Boxing Board of Control (GBBC) Guyana Fight Night Pro Am card on March 30 pose for Stabroek Sport on

GCB executives resign


One week after Ramsey Ali relinquished his position as President of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) following a search at his home by members of the Guyana Police Force (GPF), the other nine executives of the embattled board have now followed suit.