Sunburst Camptown secured their first win of the Georgetown Football Association/Banks Beer Cup, edging Santos FC by a 2-1 margin in their second group-C matchup on Monday at the Camp Ayanganna ground.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana, CMC- Schools throughout the Caribbean Community are being given an opportunity to vie for cricket nets as part of a new initiative announced by the Georgetown based CARICOM Secretariat yesterday called the “Pitch in Schools Project”.
The Sports Xchange) – Highlights of Monday’s National Basketball Association games:
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Raptors 95, Magic 82
Lou Williams came off the bench to score 18 points as the Toronto Raptors continued their domination of the Orlando Magic with a comfortable victory on Monday.
Richard Latif’s all-round performance helped set up a comprehensive win for Regal who trounced SPR Enterprise by 111-runs in last weekend’s Samuel Kingston-sponsored 20 overs-a-side tapeball match played at Everest Cricket Club.
(Reuters) – Australia’s willingness to confront a brave new world without captain Michael Clarke will see Steven Smith debut as skipper today in the second test in Brisbane, but Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s recall to lead India has fanned fears of a return to the past.
(Reuters) – Joining a select group that was last represented more than a decade ago, two brothers will play alongside each other in the same Australia test side after Shaun and Mitchell Marsh were named to face India yesterday.
(Reuters) – Kumar Sangakkara, playing his final one-day international on home soil, set a record for the most runs in a calendar year as Sri Lanka thumped England by 87 runs in the last match of the series in Colombo yesterday.
— as North Ruimveldt downs star-studded Festival City Warriors in Guinness Greatest of the Streets final
A defensive master-class led to the biggest upset in the history of the Guinness Greatest of the Streets Georgetown finale as North Ruimveldt downed a star studded Festival City Warriors 2-0 on Sunday at the National Park Tarmac.
Topp XX became the first team to clinch a berth to the second round of the Upper Demerara Football Association/Banks GT Beer Cup knockout tourney, edging Amelia’s Ward Panthers by a 1-0 margin on Sunday at the Mackenzie Sports Club (MSC) ground.