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Tyler Orderson leads outstanding karatekas at GKC exams

-Mattadin, Aron Connelly, Alyssa Persaud also impressed

Shuseki Shihan Frank Woon-a-Tai (fifth from right)  is flanked by, from left, Rajiv Lee, Rachael Ramlal, Khalid Adams, Tyler Orderson (2nd Dan)  and Sensei Jeffrey Wong and from right, Mickelly Rahaman, Rabecca Ramlal, Zane Low and Alyssa Persaud (2nd Dan).

Nine-year-old karate sensation Tyler Orderson continues to impress senseis at the Guyana Karate College (GKC), leading a group of young martial artists who turned in sterling performances at the final grading examination for 2013.

Kiddy Cricketers ready for Camps

(WICB) ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Over 600 Scotiabank Kiddy Cricketers are set to participate in camps in the coming weeks. The aspiring cricketers be part of training sessions in Antigua and St Maarten.

GDF rugby on today

The Guyana Defence Force (GDF) in celebration of its 48th anniversary will be hosting a seven-a-side Rugby competition today at its Camp Ayanganna Playfield.

Heaven wants lights at Sabina Park

William Heaven “Without lights at Sabina Park, the development of cricket in Jamaica will not go very far”

KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC-The installation of floodlights at one of the leading cricket venues in the Caribbean, Jamaica’s Sabina Park, has returned to the front burner ahead of a general election for a new executive to govern the country’s cricket association.