Corbin calls out Best

By Emmerson Campbell After unanimously defeating former WBC cruiserweight world champion, Wayne ‘Big Truck’ Braithwaite two weeks ago to claim the vacant WBC CABOFE cruiserweight title, Sean Corbin has now called out local cruiserweight and heavyweight champion, Kurt Bess.

Eight schools through to Pee Wee quarters

By Iva Wharton Tucville, Redeemer, F.E Pollard, St. Gabriel’s, West Ruimveldt, North Georgetown, Marian Academy and St. Pius are the eight schools that will be competing in the quarter finals of the Courts-sponsored Pee Wee football competition following the quarter-final matches played on Saturday at the Banks DIH ground, Thirst Park.

Squires, Downes set up clash

Defending champion Phillip Squires and GBTI Open winner Anthony Downes will next face off in the next round of the Le Meridien Pegasus Hotel Open tournament after the two registered wins Thursday last in men’s singles matches at the hotel’s courts.

Colts launch Philip George Legacy Basketball tournament

-organisers hope to develop Burnham Court and improve basketball in Georgetown The Colts Basketball Club hopes that the memory and philosophy of their late coach Phillip George will be immortalized in the local basketball arena and they intend to do so by staging the inaugural Phillip George Legacy Basketball tournament from November 16 to December 16 at the Burnham Basketball Court.

Haniff, Persaud share lead at Guyana Open golf tourney

Defending champion Papo Haniff  of Trinidad and Tobago and three-time winner Guyanese Avinash Persaud share the lead while reigning queen Christine Sukhram of Guyana trails at the end of the first day action at the XM Rums sponsored Guyana Open Golf championships yesterday at the Lusignan Golf Club.

All Guyana!

– Junior cyclists win team time trial; dominate road race By Emmerson Campbell After out riding the Surinamese earlier in the day in the team time trials in the National Park, the local junior riders later took their talents to the open road and dominated their counterparts to retain their Inter Guiana Games (IGG) cycling title.

Group Six is going to be tough —Shabazz

‘We are not head and shoulders above the other Caribbean teams’ By Emmerson Campbell After topping Group Two in the first round of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Cup, Guyana’s Golden Jaguars will look to roar to victory against second round foes, French Guiana, host Grenada and Haiti when Group Six action kicks off on November 14.

The bane of a fast bowler

By Tony Cozier   Kemar Roach’s torn right knee tendon is, as Ottis Gibson put it, “a blow” to the West Indies team on the eve of the imminent series of two Tests in Bangladesh.

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