Foo, Johnson, Paul among top performers as Guyana heads to final

Jonathan Foo collects his Man-of-the-Match prize after his unbeaten 70 against Antigua and Barbuda Master Blasters.

The Leon Johnson led Guyana T20 team, participating in the ongoing Antigua and Barbuda Independence Cup, are all but certain to play in Saturday’s after notching up two wins and a loss from their three completed matches in Antigua.

Guyana, playing in the second match of the tournament, lost to Jamaica by 50 runs before returning to dominate the Antigua and Barbuda Master Blasters in their following two fixtures.

Last Saturday, Jamaica, after winning the toss and choosing to bat, compiled 179 for six from their 20 overs. Skipper Chadwick Walton led the charge with 31 while Guyanese Trevon Griffith (30) and Fabian Allen (29) contributed meaningfully to the total…..


Men humble Mexico 12-0, women record first win

Guyana recorded their best showing so far in the Pan American Indoor Hockey championships humbling Mexico and Barbados in the men and womenТs divisions respectively yesterday at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall, Homestretch Avenue.

Warner brings out the old ‘Bull’ to ignite the Ashes

MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – Age and fatherhood may have mellowed David Warner, but nothing coaxes the old ‘Bull’ out of the Australia vice-captain like a home Ashes series.

Bangladesh trials a good test for hot Ashes, says Handscomb

MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – Australia middle order batsman Peter Handscomb says his fighting innings in the nausea-inducing humidity of Bangladesh last month should put him in good stead for the blazing heat of an Ashes summer.

Self-belief, fight crucial to beating Zimbabwe: Brathwaite

BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe, CMC – Vice-captain Kraigg Brathwaite has warned the two-Test series against Zimbabwe will not be a straightforward one, and has urged his teammates to show the same self-belief and fighting spirit they displayed in their shock win over England at Headingley last August.

Batting concerns for Taylor despite series sweep

ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – Captain Stafanie Taylor remains concerned about her side’s batting despite their convincing clean sweep of last week’s three-match One-Day International series against Sri Lanka Women.

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