Keemo Paul in exalted company

-Joins Charlie Stayers, Lambert, Browne and King in the nine-wicket match haul club

Keemo Paul in action

By Charwayne Walker

When young Essequibo fast medium all-rounder Keemo Paul destroyed the Windward Islands on debut in April earlier this year at the Providence National Stadium with match figures of 9 for 64, the former West Indies U19 vice-captain had eclipsed the previous record by a Guyanese fast or medium fast bowler at the Regional First Class Level.

Paul’s magnificent performance bettered the previous best of 9 for 75 which was achieved by Berbice fast bowler Leslaine Lambert against Trinidad and Tobago at the Albion Sports Complex Ground in February of 1983.

Inspired by that debut performance against the Windwards,  Paul continued his Providence show with another nine-wicket match haul against the Barbados Pride in the just concluded fifth round of the Cricket West Indies (CWI) Regional four day competition…..


Bramble’s maiden ton lights up night sky

A maiden unbeaten century from Guyana Jaguars’ wicket keeper batsman Anthony Bramble, placed the hosts in a position of comfort at stumps last evening, the first day of their seventh-round encounter against the Leeward Islands Hurricanes at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence  Jaguars end the night on 276 – 8  The day/night encounter began with the hosts winning the toss and electing to bat.

Three TKOs for Guyana on opening night

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Silver Shattas crush Topp XX 3-1, Blueberry Hill upset Amelia’s Ward 1-0

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Emmanuel Stewart, first Windward Islander to lead the West Indies at U/19 Level

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Contrasting wins for Fernandes and Islam

Taylor Fernandes and Daniel Islam secured contrasting wins in the Category-A section, when the Farfan and Mendes Junior Skill Level Squash Championship, continued on Wednesday.

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