Team Coco’s Jamal John upset a star studded field of rival wheelsmen to cart off the spoils of the feature 35-lap event of the 11th annual United Auto and General Supplies criterium programme yesterday.
The Guyana Defence Force ended their Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championship campaign on a positive note drawing with Spirited, Attitude and Performance (SAP) FC of Antigua and Barbuda 2-2 in their final group matchup.
GABF President Nigel Hinds said the arrival of US-based player Ginelle Ifill from Odessa College for Caribbean Basketball Confederation (CBC) trials, is due largely to the donation made by corporate giant John Fernandes Limited.
NORTH SOUND, Antigua, CMC – Jason Holder struck a magnificent, unbeaten maiden Test and first class hundred as West Indies conjured up a sterling effort to escape with a tense draw on the final day of the opening Test against England here yesterday.
Ronaldo Ali Mohammed, Raymond Perez and Adrian Sukwah struck fifties to propel the National Under-17 team to a first innings score of 251 against Demerara who were 53-0 when rain stopped play on the second day of the final round of the Guyana Cricket Board/Raj Singh Insurance Brokers U19 Inter-County three-day tournament.
Trinidad and Tobago unit Central FC eliminated Surinamese unit Inter Moengotapoe from the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championship, defeating the Dutch giants 2-0 yesterday to setup contest with group leaders Alpha United on Sunday.
The second round of group stage matches in the inaugural Guyana Beverage Company Busta Football tourney continues today with six programmed fixtures at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground, Bourda.
MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – Captain Michael Clarke may have hoped to have seen the back of Kevin Pietersen in test cricket, but concedes the controversial batsman could yet return to threaten Australia’s hopes of retaining the Ashes.