Lucrative prizes at stake for Hamilton Green knockout tournament

Lucrative cash prizes are at stake for the Hamilton Green Cup Knockout Football tournament commencing Saturday with two matches at the Victoria Ground.

The opening fixture will see Mahaica coming up against Santos from 6:00 pm while Ann’s Grove will battle Pele in the second fixture.

The winning team is set to receive $500,000 and the Ministry of Citizenship trophy while the runners up will walk away with $250,000 and the Busta Trophy.

The third and fourth place finishers will pocket $150,000 and $100,000 respectively.

Sponsors of the tournament include Ministry of Sports, Macorp, BEV Processors, IPA technical institute, Afro Alphonso, E networks, TCL, Dennis Edwards, Sparta Family, EC Vieira, Pritty Paul Singh, Ready mix, China Trading, COL Larry London, BK Int, Tent City, Winston Ramgarran, Clive Bharatt, James Bovell, Swansea, Massay and Caribbean containers.


UAE shock Zimbabwe by 3 runs

Afghanistan and Ireland in shootout today for final place ICC Media: The United Arab Emirates broke around 20 million hearts and made nearly 50 million friends when they all but eliminated Zimbabwe from the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 race to give Afghanistan and Ireland a lifeline by turning their last Super Six match as a shootout for the last remaining spot in the ICC’s pinnacle 50-over event which will be staged in England and Wales from 30 May to 14 July.

England crumble for 58, Boult 6/38

AUCKLAND, (Reuters) – New Zealand captain Kane Williamson was in sight of his 18th test century as the ball dominated the bat on the opening day of the two-match series with England dismissed for a record low score of 58 at Eden Park on Thursday.

Colts, Plaisance Guardians secure championships

Colts clinched the First Division title, while Plaisance Guardians secured the Under-23 Championship, as they both swept their respective best-of-three finals, 2-0, as the Georgetown Amateur Basketball Association (GABA) ‘Knockout Championship’ concluded on Wednesday.

T & T Harvard Rugby Club arrives today for GRFU’s 7s tournament

Harvard Rugby Club of Trinidad and Tobago will arrive in Guyana today ahead of tomorrow’s showdown at the National Park, in the Guyana Rugby Football Union (GRFU)/Hairoun Beer Sevens tournament.

Fifth Annual Star Party Rental Criterium on tomorrow

The 2018 cycling season will resume tomorrow in the National Park with the staging of the Fifth Annual Star Party Rental 11-race programme.


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