Hikers Hockey Club won the boys U21 divisional title, overcoming the Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) 6-3 when the Star Party Rental’s National Junior Indoor Hockey tournament concluded at the National Gymnasium on Mandela Avenue yesterday.
Tucville Primary crushed J.E. Burnham Primary 4-0 when the fourth round of the Petra Organization/Courts Guyana in collaboration with Banks DIH Limited Pee Wee U11 football tourney commenced at the Thirst Park ground on Saturday.
Colts Basketball Club defeated Suriname Yellowbirds 48-39 when action in the Georgetown Amateur Basketball Association (GABA) Goodwill Tournament concluded on Friday at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall on Homestretch Avenue.
Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) won the boys U16 divisional title defeating Old Fort 2-0 when action in the Star Party Rental’s National Junior Indoor Hockey Tournament concluded at the National Gymnasium on Mandela Avenue yesterday.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – Jamaica put St. Kitts and Nevis to the sword by 11 goals to nil, while the Dominican Republic defeated Suriname 3-0 to secure three points each in their encounters in Group “B” of the inaugural Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Women’s Under-20 Finals played at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex on Saturday.
From Emmerson Campbell
Guyana’s basketball teams suffered mixed fortunes Saturday night as the Inter Guiana Games (IGG) continued at the Ismay van Wilgen Sporthal here in Paramaribo, Suriname.
From Emmerson Campbell
The gusts whipping through the Andre Kamperveen Stadium here in Suriname yesterday was Guyana’s biggest competition as the visitors dominated the host on day one of the Track and Field segment of the Inter Guiana Games (IGG).
Young Windies level series 3-3 after Hetemeyer’s brilliant 65; set stage for mouth-watering final
From Clifton Ross
Contrasting half-centuries from Shimron Hetemyer and Fabian Allen allowed West Indies to level the seven match Under-19 One Day International series 3-3, after a 36-run win over compatriots Bangladesh at the Albion Sports Complex ground, yesterday.
By Tony Cozier
THE imminent retirement of Sachin Tendulkar after 24 years accumulating more runs and more hundreds in more international matches than any cricketer in history has revived the constant debate over who is the greatest batsman of his generation.