Sports

Queenstown FC drubs NOC 8-0

…in EPFA Premier League

Queenstown FC hammered the New Opportunity Corps (NOC) 8-0 when action in the Interim Management Committee of the Essequibo/Pomeroon Football Association (EPFA) Premier League continued at the NOC ground on Wednesday.

Registration for Ride For Life race closes Monday

Raynauth Jeffrey

Registration for the upcoming seventh annual ‘Ride For Life’ five-stage cycle road race will close on Monday. According to a press release from the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports, registration can be done with National Cycling Coach, Hassan Mohamed at his Middle Street office during normal working hours.

Four teams record commanding victories

Fitzroy Colley

Lower East Coast Bulls, West Bank Demerara Mavericks, Georgetown Bears and Lower East Bank Lions yesterday recorded commanding victories when the third round of the Demerara Cricket Board (DCB)/Raj Singh Insurance Company-sponsored O40 20-overs-a-side tournament continued.

GFF to relocate Goal Project to Leonora

Christopher Matthias

Guyana Football Feder-ation (GFF) President Christopher Matthias says that the FIFA Goal Project will be officially moved from its current location of Orangestein, Essequibo to the Leonora Synthetic Track Facility on the West Coast of Demerara.

K&S organizers meet with secondary schools representatives

—All Star team to be selected upon conclusion of tourney

Members of the Kashif and Shanghai Organization yesterday went through the rules of this year’s 24th edition of their year-end football tournament with representatives of the Georgetown, West Demerara, East Coast and East Bank secondary schools at the Water Chris Hotel.

Guyana Softball Cup III to bowl off tomorrow

- Dr Anthony to deliver feature address

Dr Frank Anthony

Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports Dr. Frank Anthony is scheduled to deliver the feature address at the opening ceremony of the highly anticipated Guyana Softball Cup 111 which is scheduled to bowl off tomorrow at the legendary Georgetown Cricket Club, Bourda Ground.

Immovable Nadal digs deep to seal No.1 ranking

LONDON, (Reuters) – The year dawned with a cloud hanging over Rafael Nadal’s career but will end with him on top of the world after a win over Stanislas Wawrinka at the ATP World Tour Finals yesterday that illustrated why he is in the pantheon of tennis greats.