nn’s Grove and Soesdyke quarterfinal clash at Victoria

Hamilton Green Football Championship

The Victoria Community Centre ground will come alive on Sunday, when the quarterfinal round in the Annual Hamilton Green Football Championship commences at 21:00hrs.

In the lone final eight fixture, Ann’s Grove will match skills with Soesdyke. Prior to that match, Mahaica Determinators will tackle Plaisance at 17:00hrs, while Victoria Kings will battle Buxton Stars at 19:00hrs in exhibition matches.

The event resumes at the same venue on Wednesday October 18th with the other three quarterfinal fixtures. In the opening fixture at 17:00hrs, Guyana Police Force will oppose Silver Shattas. At 19:00hrs, Milerock will lock horns with Uitvlugt, while the final fixture will pit Den Amstel against Winners Connection from 21:00hrs.


Sparta Boss, Leopold Street clash today at Cultural Centre Tarmac

Following the abandonment of their semi-final matchup, defending champion Sparta Boss and 2012 winner Leopold Street, will lock horns today from 17:00hrs, at the National Cultural Center Tarmac in the Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ Georgetown Zone.

Windies on the ropes chasing world record target

HAMILTON, New Zealand, CMC – Opener Kieran Powell completed a ‘pair’ to leave West Indies in dire straits in their pursuit of a world record target of 444 runs, after Ross Taylor’s 17th Test hundred put New Zealand in a near invincible position, in the seond and final Test here yesterday.

Eagles, High Stars match abandoned after players scuffle

The opening night of the fifth annual Upper Demerara Football Association (UDFA)/GT Beer Football Championship got off to an unfavorable start as the feature matchup between Eagles and High Stars was abandoned due to fighting.

Real Madrid face formidable PSG test

(Reuters) – Holders Real Madrid will have to overcome a sizeable obstacle when the Champions League resumes in February after yesterday’s draw pitted the 12-times winners against Paris St Germain.

Rosignol United, Hopetown FC score lopsided wins

Rosignol United and Hopetown FC secured lopsided wins when the GT Beer Berbice 8-a-side football tournament continued on Sunday at the Scott’s School ground, New Amsterdam (NA).

Your browser is out-of-date!

Update your browser to view this website correctly.

We built stabroeknews.com using new technology. This makes our website faster, more feature rich and easier to use for 95% of our readers.
Unfortunately, your browser does not support some of these technologies. Click the button below and choose a modern browser to receive our intended user experience.

Update my browser now