When the Guyana National Stadium at Providence was announced as the venue for the 2007 National School’s Championships, fans were elated by the positive initiative and predicted that the championships could turn out to be the best ever.
The National Milling Company (Namilco) has pumped $1.5 million into this year’s Fruta Conquerors Football Festival which kicks off next Friday at the Tucville ground.
Renaissance Under-17 footballers saved their best for last when they hammered Santos 4-0 at the Tucville ground as the Georgetown Football Association (GFA) De Sinco tournament ended with four matches at two venues on Saturday.
Former Berbice opening batsman Balram Samaroo highlighted the third round of the Berbice zone matches of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) Carib Beer/Pepsi sponsored Twenty20 first division cricket competition continued on Friday when five of the six scheduled matches were played.
Defending champion Ransford Goodluck took an assailable lead at the end of day two of the National Rifle Shooting championships shooting two possibles in the process yesterday at the Timehri Rifle ranges.
It hasn’t taken long under the new Julian Hunte presidency to recognise that, with West Indies cricket, the more things change, the more they remain the same.
Bad light intervened forcing an adjournment to the men’s 0-9 flight but defending champion Christine Sukhram leads in the ladies category at the end of day one of the Smirnoff Guyana Open Golf championships at the Lusig-nan Golf Course yesterday.
Assad Fudadin (237*) and Royston Crandon (110) posted 209 for the first-wicket as Berbice, in reply to Essequibo’s first innings score of 160, ended on 523-3 at the close of the second day’s play of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) Senior Inter County four day match at the Demerara Cricket Club ground, Queenstown yesterday.
Eight pulsating games will bring the Banks DIH Thirst Park ground alive this evening when the seven-a-side football competition in honour of Georgetown Mayor Hamilton Green’s 73rd birthday kicks off.
Camptown defeated Wes-tern Tigers 1-0 while Police failed to show up for their match against Santos on Friday evening as the Georgetown Foot-ball Association (GFA) Premier League competition continued at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground.
North Georgetown claimed the 2007 National School’s Champion of Champions trophy last night when the curtain closed on the 47th annual Cycling, Swimming and Athletic championships at the National Stadium at Providence to conclude very eventful championships.
One half of the business for maybe the biggest clash of two local boxers has been set and the other half is expected to come together in a week’s time.
The Flying Ace Cycle Club of Berbice will tomorrow stage the third A. Ally and Sons-sponsored cycle road race.
The 46-mile race, which starts at 9am at the A.
Fiery fast bowling from Jeremy Gordon (6-35) and a blistering unbeaten 48 from Royston Crandon helped Berbice take control of their Inter-County four-day cricket match against Essequibo at the Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) ground, yesterday.
A helmet trick from Guyana’s Stanford Tw-enty/ 20 star Lennox Cush and a belligerent 98 from Chris Barnwell were the highlights of the third round of matches of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) Carib Beer/Pepsi-sponsored Twenty20 first-division competition played yesterday.