Berbice B produced a balanced performance from both batsmen and bowlers which left Berbice A reeling at 55-6 in their first innings of the Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) two day trial match played at Albion.
MUNICH, (Reuters) – Barcelona’s Neymar struck twice to put the Spanish side in the Champions League final despite a 3-2 loss at Bayern Munich yesterday as they progressed 5-3 on aggregate and will face Real Madrid or Juventus next month.
Despite losing their recent international series to Suriname 2-1, Guyana men’s basketball Head-Coach Darcel Harris said he is confident the team can still progress from the group stage at the 2015 Caribbean Basketball Confederation (CBC) Championship.
HAMILTON, Bermuda, CMC – Bermuda and Puerto Rico will gear up for their respective 2018 World Cup second-round qualifiers by meeting in a friendly international at the National Sports Centre here next month, officials have announced.
National junior player Kyle Edghill and national cadet player Jeremey Singh are competing at the 2015 Canadian Open World Junior and cadet circuit event
The event, in Markham Ontario, Canada, is one of the prestigious world junior and cadet circuit events organised by the international table tennis federation and is scheduled to end tomorrow.
MUNICH, (Reuters) – Barcelona’s Lionel Messi is the best player ever, Bayern coach Pep Guardiola said yesterday after the Spanish side eliminated the Bavarians 5-3 on aggregate to reach next month’s Champions League final.
MADRID, (Reuters) – Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba could start today’s Champions League semi-final, second leg at Real Madrid after returning from injury at the weekend, Juve coach Massimiliano Allegri said yesterday.
— John Fernandes men’s, Woodpecker Products women’s leagues
Front runners in the John Fernandes Insurance Limited men’s second division league, All Greys, were held to a 2-2 draw by a resurgent Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) side which kept their title hopes alive with the result last weekend at the Carifesta Avenue ground.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Kevin Pietersen hit a superb career-best unbeaten triple century for Surrey on Monday to offer a reminder of his talents ahead of new England cricket director Andrew Strauss’ first news conference.