Malteenoes trounces MYO

Sherfane Rutherford.

Malteenoes Sport Club (MSC) trounced the Muslim Youth Organisation (MYO) by four wickets to keep their chances of qualifying for a semifinals position alive as action in the Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA)/New Building Society 40 overs second division competition continued yesterday at the MSC ground.

Latest crisis still to bring about necessary change to WICB


IT is 26 days since the West Indies team prematurely exited its tour of India with one ODI, one Twenty20 and three Tests left abandoned, a week since the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) formalized its claim against the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) for US$41.97 million compensation for the consequent losses, just six days before its deadline for an explanation of how the WICB intends to pay.

Austin propels St Pius to second consecutive final

- Petra/Courts Pee Wee football

The Defending champions St Pius’s football team celebrates following their emphatic win yesterday over Tucville Primary in yesterday’s semi-final of the Petra Organisation/Courts Pee Wee football tournament. (Orlando Charles photo)

A Raymond Austin five-goal haul propelled title holders St. Pius Primary to their second consecutive finals’ appearance, in the process embarrassing Tucville Primary 6-1 in their semi-final encounter of the Petra Organization/ Courts Pee football tourney yesterday.

Pakistan roll out spin trap for New Zealand

(Reuters) – The leaden-footed Australians found themselves bamboozled by Pakistan’s wily spinners and their trans-Tasman rivals New Zealand can expect similar treatment from Misbah-ul-Haq and his men in a three-test series starting in Abu Dhabi today.

Castlin vows to return to help young athletes

U. S star hurdler, Kristi Castlin taking the student athletes through drills yesterday at the Camp Ayanganna ground.

After wrapping up her maiden three-day visit yesterday by taking some student athletes through pre-race warm up drills, U. S star hurdler, Kristi Castlin assured that she will return since “I want to be more involved here.” Following the activity at the Camp Ayanganna ground, the Diamond League winner told Stabroek Sport that

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