President’s College, Kwakwani Secondary and Marian Academy secured wins in the U19, U14 and girls divisions respectively when the Youth Basketball Guyana (YBG) coordinated National School Basketball Festival (NSBF) continued Sunday.
LONDON, (Reuters) – England soccer team manager Sam Allardyce has been caught up in a newspaper sting in which he is alleged to have met a bogus consortium of Far East businessmen seeking advice on the Premier League’s billion pound transfer market.
LONDON, CMC – Leeward Islands left-handed batsman Chesney Hughes has parted ways with Derbyshire, following the just concluded English County season in which he enjoyed his best ever campaign for the club.
KANPUR, India, (Reuters) – India captain Virat Kohli lavished praise on spinner Ravichandran Ashwin yesterday after his 10-wicket match haul vindicated the hosts’ decision to go into the series opener against New Zealand with an extra batsman.
(Reuters) – Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq hopes bilateral cricketing ties with India will resume despite the chief of the neighbouring board ruling out the possibility in the near future after the recent attack on an army camp in Kashmir.
JOHANNESBURG, (Reuters) – Australia fast bowler Daniel Worrall will make his one-day international debut in today’s one-off match against Ireland at Willowmore Park in Benoni, South Africa, captain Steve Smith said yesterday.
Uitvlugt walked away with Secondary School title while Den Amstel copped the Primary School accolade when the inaugural Ministry of Social Protection West Demerara Football Championship concluded Saturday at the Den Amstel ground.
Team Coco’s riders defied the odds to finish 1, 2, 3 in yesterday’s gruelling 70-mile Victor Macedo Memorial road race.
One of the club’s youngest wheelsmen, Stephano Husbands, placed first in the 14th edition of the event while his club mates Hamza Eastman and Mark Harris completed the podium for the race which rolled off in Peter Rose street, continued to Dora on the Linden Soesdyke Highway and concluded on Homestretch Avenue.
Buxton United recorded the largest margin of victory to date in the National Milling Company (Namilco) Thunderbolt Flour u17 National Championships, mauling derby rivals Buxton Youth Developers 14-0 in the East Coast of Demerara zone.
Beterverwagting/Triumph United and Bachelors Adventure/Paradise Sports Club scored contrasting wins when the National Milling Company (Namilco) Thunderbolt Flour U17 National Championships continued Saturday in the East Coast of Demerara zone.