Pacesetters, Kobras outplay Eagles, Trojans

Pacesetters and Kobras secured wins in the u23 section, when the Georgetown Amateur Basketball Association (GABA) League Championship continued on Saturday at the Burnham Court, Middle and Carmichael streets.

Pacesetters clipped Eagles 82-76. Marvin Durant led the home side with 21 points, while the duo of Quincy Dos Santos and Tafawa Daly added 14 points each. Adding seven points was Jude Corlette.

For the loser, Travis Belgrave tallied a game high 31 points, while Shamar Huntley chipped in with 21 points. Kijahnie Semple contributed eight points.

On the other hand, Kobras downed Trojans 81-73. Amoniki John led the winner with 22 points, while Akeem Morrison and Rondel Archer assisted with 11 and 10 points respectively.

For the loser, Darrol Williams tallied 20 points, while Kadeem Peterkin and Jonathan Browne supported with 11 points each. The event resumes on Wednesday August 23rd at the same venue.


Essequibo hold advantage over G’town as wickets tumble on day one

Leaders Essequibo held a slight advantage over Georgetown at the end of day one of their fourth-round clash of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) Jaguars three-day Franchise League tournament played at the Tuschen Sports Club ground, yesterday.

Suddie cricketer credits Coach Daniels for recent success 

Twenty-four–year old Anthony Adams is a left–arm spin bowling all-rounder who is quite competent with the bat.

Smith lashes ‘panicking’ batsmen after another collapse

MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – Australia captain Steve Smith has accused his batsmen of “panicking” under pressure and demanded they show more starch after another collapse against India saw the side thrashed by 50 runs in the second one-day international in Kolkata.

Cyclists set to compete in back-to-back events this weekend

The cream of the nation’s cyclists will renew their rivalry this weekend with back-to-back events.

CAC bodybuilding and fitness c/ships postponed

The 45th edition of the CAC Bodybuilding and Fitness championships has been postponed until further notice following the earthquake in Mexico City.

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