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Jags resume training today ahead of Friday’s 4th round

Ahead of Friday’s Digicel Professional Cricket League (PCL) fourth round Day/Night encounter against the Barbados Pride, table-toppers and defending champions Guyana Jaguars will be resuming their training today at the Providence National Stadium ahead of their debut pink ball match at home.

Singh, Johnson pilot Jagua

Captain Leon Johnson and Vice-Captain Vishaul Singh weighed in with fifties as the Guyana Jaguars left the Jamaica Scorpions needing 329 runs with eight wickets remaining heading into the final day in round one of the 2016/17 Digicel Professional Cricket League (PCL) Regional 4-Day tournament.

Shiv, Chandrika lead Guyana to 279 for 7

Rajendra Chandrika and Shivnarine Chanderpaul narrowly missed out on first day centuries as the Guyana Jaguars began their title defense against Jamaica Scorpions in the 2016/17 Professional Cricket League (PCL) 4-Day tournament which commenced yesterday at the Providence National Stadium, Demerara.

Barnwell’s XI 273-7

-Hemraj, Bacchus hit half centuries

Half centuries from Chandrapaul Hemraj and Robin Bacchus steadied the Chris Barnwell XI innings at the end of day one against Vishaul Singh XI, in the Guyana Jaguars four-day practice match which commenced yesterday at the Everest Ground.

Greenwich Primary Win East Bank Essequibo Zone

GCB/Scotiabank Kiddy Progression One Cricket

Greenwich Primary School beat Zeelugt Primary by 117 runs, thus winning the East Bank Essequibo Zone in the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB)/Scotiabank Kiddy Progression One Cricket played at the Tuschen Community Centre ground.

Foo credits Sangakkara, Steyn

All-rounder Johnathan Foo said yesterday that talks with Jamaica Tallawahs players Dale Steyn and Kumar Sangakkara during the 2016 Hero Caribbean Premier League (HCPL) helped him to improve his cricket.

Sars calls it a day

Ramnaresh Sarwan, one of the most prolific West Indies batsmen over the last decade, formally hung up his gloves yesterday as he called time on a remarkable career which began under a tree as a student of the Stella Maris Primary School.

Suknanan spins G/town into a strong position

Off-spinner Gajanan Suknanan bagged seven wickets to put Georgetown in a strong position against East Coast on the second day of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) Jaguars Franchise League three-day match at the Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) ground, Bourda, yesterday.

Rain deprives G/Town and East Coast

Georgetown Captain Chris Barnwell admitted that the team will need to put in double the work after rain washed out day one in their 3rd round Jaguars Franchise League 3-Day match against East Coast.

Nedd wants, patience, consistency from players

Ahead of round three’s clash in the ongoing Jaguars Franchise League Three-day tournament against East Coast, Georgetown Coach, Garvin Nedd said he is looking for a bit more patience and consistency from his players in order to achieve a much needed outright win.

Foo, 151, Permaul 10-80 lead

A sterling batting effort headlined by Johnathan Foo’s 152 and another career 10-wicket haul from skipper Veerasammy Permaul helped Lower Corentyne surge to an innings and 122-run win over Essequibo with an entire day’s play remaining in round one of the Jaguars Franchise League three-day tourney yesterday.

Lower Corentyne in charge against E’bo

-Foo’s ton, Permaul (5-23), Johnson (4-30) headline opening day

Johnathan Foo slammed a scorching ton while Veerasammy Permaul and Raun Johnson shared nine wickets as Lower Corentyne claimed first day bragging rights over Essequibo in yesterday’s opening round of the Guyana Cricket Board Jaguars Franchise League three-day tournament.

Respect the game and its rules

- Fudadin exhorts young cricketers at Malteenoes Cricket Academy

Youths of the Malteenoes Cricket Club (MCC) summer camp yesterday benefited from a highly interactive session conducted by national batsman and guest speaker, Assad Fudadin.

‘No one expected us to win’

- Says Travis Persaud skipper of successful U19 one day champions Guyana

Guyana’s Under-19 Captain Travis Persaud thanked his team for giving “100 percent” which he said was the main catalyst behind winning the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Regional U19 tile for a record third time.