Sports

Cavaliers maul Dallas Mavericks

(The Sports Xchange) – The San Antonio Spurs built a 26-point lead in the third quarter and held off a late rally from the Toronto Raptors to claim their sixth successive win, but lost Tim Duncan to a hyper-extended left elbow.

Sangakkara first to hit four ODI tons in a row

— Scotland slump to fifth straight defeat (Updates with Sri Lanka win)

HOBART, (Reuters) – Kumar Sangakkara became the first batsman to hit four successive centuries in one-day internationals to help Sri Lanka wrap up their World Cup pool campaign with a 148-run romp over Scotland at Bellerive Oval yesterday.

Injunction filed against Berbice Cricket Board

—team selected by BCB cannot play in GCB inter county competition because of injunction

An injunction was filed last Friday in the Berbice High Court against 16 officials of the Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) including President Anil Beharry preventing them from holding themselves out to be officials of the BCB.

Outright win against T&T can seal title

-says Vishaul Singh

With only two more rounds remaining for the conclusion of the West Indies Cricket Board’s (WICB) Professional Cricket League (PCL) four-day competition, Guyana Jaguars middle-order batsman Vishaul `Cheesy’ Singh feels that an outright win by the team against Trinidad and Tobago’s red Force in the penultimate encounter could seal the title triumph for the locals.

Burnett bombshell!

-GFA president in shock resignation from post

The local football fraternity has incurred another administrative loss as Georgetown Football Association (GFA) President Vernon Burnett has officially tendered his resignation from the entity.

Guyana, Bermuda B/ball series tips off tonight

—Kanhai named captain; Bermuda coach looking forward to great series

Guyana will commence their three-match International basketball series against Caribbean Basketball Confederation (CBC) rival Bermuda today at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall on Homestretch Avenue.

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