The Kashif and Shanghai (K&S) Organization is prepared to fight a legal battle with the Guyana Football Federation (GFF)if this year’s 24th edition of the K&S tournament has to be played parallel to the Georgetown Football Association (GFA) competition.
Enmore Community Centre Cricket Club (ECCCC) on Sunday scored a nine-wicket win over Mahaica Sports Club in a match of the inaugural ECCCC/Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company, limited overs competition at the Enmore Community Centre ground to reach the
The Guyana Rugby Football Union (GRFU) is scrambling to ensure that enough funds are acquired for Friday’s booking deadline for the men and women’s teams to compete in this year’s NACRA Sevens championships in the Cayman Islands in November.
DELHI, India, CMC- Trinidad and Tobago captain Denesh Ramdin says a lack of batting firepower at the death overs and injury to bowler Rayad Emrit contributed to their semi-final defeat to Mumbai Indians at the knock-out stage of the Champions League T20 on Saturday.
LISBON, (Reuters) – The fierce debate on who is the best Portuguese player of all time that erupted when Cristiano Ronaldo overtook Eusebio last month to go second on the country’s list of top marksmen is far from being settled.
DUBLIN, Ohio, (Reuters) – A marathon week of rain delays and birdie hunting at Muirfield Village Golf Club ended with yet another United States victory at the Presidents Cup, once again raising questions about the relevance of the biennial team competition.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC- Newcomer to the senior West Indies cricket team, Sheldon Cotterell is to undergo a medical examination tomorrow which would decide if he travels with the regional side for its upcoming tour of India.
HAMILTON, Bermuda, CMC — National Football League (NFL) Hall of Famer Thurman Thomas and West Indies cricket legend Brian Lara will be among the celebrities who will play in the Pro-Am golf tournament preceding next week’s Grand Slam of Golf at picturesque Port Royal, the PGA of America announced yesterday.
BASINGSTOKE, England, (Reuters) – Blatant foul or theatrical dive? Penalty kick or yellow card?
The company that came up with the Hawk-Eye system to settle line calls in tennis is involved in a trial of video refereeing that could end many of the disputes that give soccer a bad name, its founder says.