Launching long kicks by goalie counterproductive

-says former goalkeeper Owen Wilkinson

Ronson Williams

A former goalkeeper is upset at the strategy used by Golden Jaguars goalkeeper Ronson Williams in the World Cup qualifiers game against Mexico which the Golden Jaguars lost 1-3 on Friday at the Estadio Azteca in Mexico.

Windies ‘A’ eye win after lethal Johnson burst

Delorn Johnson picked up 4-20 to give Windies `A’ the scent of victory.

KINGSTOWN, St Vincent,  CMC – West Indies A were closing in on a series-levelling victory in the second unofficial “Test” here  yesterday after left-arm seamer Delorn Johnson produced a lethal burst to leave India A reeling at the close on the third day at Arnos Vale.

Rain ends Edgbaston misery

Darren Sammy

BIRMINGHAM, England,  CMC – The third and final Test between England and West Indies limped to a sorry end here yesterday after rain returned to wreck the final day and force a no decision in the weather-marred contest at Edgbaston.

Simply the Best!

-Tino Best in record highest score by number 11 batsman as Windies dominate England

BEST MAN! Tino Best on the go during his record knock of  95 and he also picked up two wickets when England batted. (Westindiescricket)

BIRMINGHAM, England, CMC – Charismatic Tino Best astonishingly struck the highest score by a number 11 in Test history while Denesh Ramdin stroked his second Test century before embroiling himself in controversy, as West Indies dominated the fourth day of the final Test here yesterday.

Mexico defeat an important learning curve

—Shabazz wants crowd to come out and support team

Members of the Golden Jaguars contingent pose for a Stabroek Sport photo in the V.I.P lounge of the Cheddi Jagan International Airport when the team arrived on Saturday night. (Orlando Charles photo)

By Emmerson Campbell National football coach Jamaal Shabazz described the Golden Jaguars 1-3 defeat by  Mexico in their opening, third round, World Cup qualifier on Friday night in Mexico, as an important learning curve in the team’s journey.

Digicel Fiesta a success

-says Digicel’s head of marketing Jacqueline James

Action in the female netball encounter between the GCC and Hikers ladies teams. (Orlando Charles photo)

By Iva Wharton The inaugural three discipline Digicel Fiesta held on Saturday at the National Gymnasium was a success Digicel’s Head of Marketing, Jacqueline James has declared.

Pepsi/GABA U-16 tourney underway

Shaka Moore, right of the Essequibo Boxing Gym, in action against Stephan Baldeo of Rose Hall Jammers Saturday night at the National Gymnasium tarmac.

Shaka Moore of the Essequibo Boxing Gym got the better of Stephan Baldeo of the Rose Hall Jammers boxing gym when the Pepsi/Guyana Amateur Boxing Association (GABA) under-16 tournament got underway Saturday night on the tarmac outside of the National Gymnasium.

Permaul gives Windies ‘A’ slim lead

KINGSTOWN, St Vincent,  CMC – Captain Veerasammy Permaul brandished his left-arm spin to good effect to gain West Indies A a narrow first innings lead on the second day of their second unofficial “Test” here yesterday.

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