-From Iva Wharton in Trinidad compliments of Digicel
Despite their best efforts Guyana’s national netball team still went down 8-124 to Jamaica, former champions of the Americas Federation of Netball Associations yesterday at the Jean Pierre Complex in the compound of the Hasley Crawford Stadium.
De Sinco Trading aided the 2012 National School Basketball Festival (NSBF) champions Kwakwani with a supply of Degree deodorant on Saturday at the National Gymnasium before the team departed Sunday to participate in a development tournament in Antigua.
Western Union Central Mackenzie became the final team to make it into the semifinal round of the National Basketball Community League (NCBL) with a 61-54 win over Kwakwani last Saturday evening at the Mackenzie Sports Club Hard Courts in Linden.
Sponsor Soomdat ‘Rico’ Jeet, with the maximum 18 games, led International Six to victory over Canal Six and Wild Bunch in the annual Jeet Brothers domino tourney held at Everest Sports Club pavilion recently.
Power, size and speed trumped skill and technique yesterday evening when Wismar/Christianburg Secondary, led by five goals from Marmalique Davidson, hammered Waramadong Secondary to a 5-2 defeat in the final of the Digicel Schools Football Championships at the Police Sports Club ground, Eve Leary.
From Iva Wharton in Trinidad compliments of Digicel Guyana
The America Federation of Netball Associations (AFNA) tournament opened on Saturday in Trinidad and Tobago with Guyana one of nine teams that participated in the march past at the indoor netball facility of the Hasley Crawford Stadium.
Undefeated Guyanese Super-Middleweight Lennox “2 Sharpe” Allen continued his winning ways in the USA with a fifth round stoppage of American Michael Walker Saturday night at the Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Andre Erksine on Saturday eliminated Mario Niamatali from the men’s singles category of the Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry (GBTI) Open when the ongoing tennis tournament continued at the GBTI Recreational Centre, Bel Air.
By Neil Barry
Everest Cricket Club yesterday defeated the Friends and Former Guyana Cricketers (FFGC) team in the second of the two memorial T20 games organized by the Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) in honour of the late DCC and Guyana opening batsman Andrew Lyght.
Kadecia Baird is making a run at the Guyana Olympic team, though the odds are against her.
Baird, a rising senior at Medgar Evers high school, may not be running for her native country of Guyana in the London Olympics because of a technicality, but she proved on Friday that she probably should be.