Hat-tricks highlight Frank Watson Memorial B/ce tourney

Orealla Falcons, Corriverton Links, Cougars FC and Monedderlust FC all won their matches when when the Berbice leg of the Frank Watson Memorial U15 football tournament commenced on Sunday at the Esplanade Ground, New Amsterdam (NA).

Orealla Falcons flew past East Bank Gunners 9-0 with hat-tricks from Shano Edwards (eighth, 12th, and 34th minute) and Brett Sarius (39th, 44th and 45th minute).

Daniel Alexander chipped in with a brace in the 22nd and 30th minute while Carlton Hamilton added a goal in the 57th minute.

Corriverton Links whipped Arsenal 3-0 with Matthias Lewis also netting a hat-trick in the 35th, 46th and 59th minute.

Similarly, Cougars mauled Hopetown United 4-0. Tyrese Tim tallied a brace in the third and 56th minute while Kevin Hamilton bagged a double in the 27th and 49thminute.

Monedderlust edged NA United 2-1. Byron Bailey and Michael Jordan scored in the 22nd and 27th minute respectively for Monedderlust while an own goal in the 55th minute accounted for NA United’s strike.

Meanwhile, Heart of Oak and Young Strikers battled to a 1-1 result. The event resumes Friday at the same venue.


Berbice dethrone Demerara to capture three-day title

Berbice U19 were crowned Inter-County three-day champions after  playing unbeaten in this year’s Hand-in-Hand Mutual Fire and Life Insurance/Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) U19 Inter-County three-day tournament.

Historic female national chess c/ships start today

Woman FIDE Master (WFM) Maria Varona-Thomas is the favorite to win the national women’s chess championships which commence today at the National Resource Centre.

Boyce/Jefford Relay Festival registration closes today

Registration for the various disciplines for tomorrow’s Boyce/Jefford Relay Festival and Family Fun Day closes today ahead of what is expected to be a riveting day of fun and competition at the Police Sports Club Ground, Eve Leary.

Nothing to prove says, ‘Universe Boss’ Gayle

MOHALI, India, CMC – Superstar opener Chris Gayle has taken aim at detractors following his scintillating hundred on Thursday, contending he had nothing further to prove in his career.

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