-panel of coaches, national players working assiduously says GTTA president
President of the Guyana Table Tennis Association (GTTA) Godfrey Munroe says his association is trying its utmost at this late stage to prepare a team to represent Guyana at the Junior and Cadet Championships that will be held next week in Trinidad and Tobago.
The six local members of the CARIFTA Games track and field team yesterday commenced their first training session in The Bahamas at the Thomas Robinson Stadium ahead of tomorrow’s opening of the XLII games.
Sixty-six-year-old racing cyclist Harry Lall rode his final lap last Friday when he succumbed to injuries he sustained when a speeding minibus slammed into him while he was on a training ride last month.
Excitement is at fever pitch for Sunday’s lucrative fourth annual Guyana Cup Fever horse race meet organized by the Port Mourant Turf Club in collaboration with Jumbo Jet Auto Sales set for the Port Mourant Turf Club ground.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – The West Indies Cricket Board won a major battle in their long-running case with regional players union, WIPA, when the High Court in Trinidad and Tobago yesterday ruled in their favour regarding the contentious issue of the MOU/CBA.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Europe’s top teams took important steps towards next year’s World Cup finals in Brazil with qualifying victories yesterday, notably world champions Spain who scored a hugely significant 1-0 win over France in Paris.
AUCKLAND, (Reuters) – Wicketkeeper Matt Prior produced a belligerent century to ensure England saved the series-deciding third test against New Zealand at Eden Park yesterday, despite Kane Williamson taking two late wickets that almost snatched victory for the hosts.
ORLANDO, Florida, (Reuters) – For Chris Bosh, the entire NBA season has felt like one big playoff game and there was no easing up on Monday as the Miami Heat dumped the Orlando Magic 108-94 to extend their winning streak to 27 games.
AUCKLAND, (Reuters) – Wicketkeeper Matt Prior produced a belligerent century to ensure England saved the series-deciding third test against New Zealand at Eden Park today, despite Kane Williamson taking two late wickets that almost snatched victory for the hosts.
Justice Diane Inshanally yesterday refused to grant an injunction filed by secretary of the Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) Anglea Haniff which sought to prevent two executives from the Guyana Cricket Board from voting at the West Indies Cricket Board elections which starts tomorrow and concludes on Thursday in Barbados.