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Liam Gordon [left] of Guyana tries to get around Fabian McCarthy of Jamaica during their CONCACAF Nations League clash at the National Track and Field Center, Leonora last evening.

`They knack we four’

The Golden Jaguars suffered their second largest ever defeat against Caribbean giant Jamaica losing 4-0 yesterday at the National Track and Field Center, Leonora in their League-B matchup of the Concacaf Nations League.  

Calm before the storm-Reggae Boyz Assistant coach Jerome Waite [left] posing alongside Golden Jaguars Captain Sam Cox [2nd from left] and Assistant coach Charles Pollard [3rd from left] at the end of the pre-match press conference. Also in the photo is Team Manager James Pearson  

Golden Jaguars seek first win against Reggae Boyz

History will firmly be in the corner of the visitors when the Reggae Boyz, Jamaica’s National Men’s Football team, battles the Golden Jaguars tonight in their League-B encounter of the CONCACAF Nations League at the National Track and Field Centre, Providence.

Gold is Money captain Hubert Pedro receiving the championship trophy from Director of Sports Christopher Jones in the presence of teammates and Guinness Brand Manager Lee Baptiste.

Gold is Money defends title

-in 1-0 win over Albouystown-B A dynasty was solidified on Saturday evening at the Jubilee Park Tarmac, as defending champion Gold is Money successfully defeated first-time finalist Albouystown-B 1-0 to retain the Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ Georgetown Championship.  

THE GREATEST!Beacons Captain Whitney Welcome receives the championship trophy from Banks DIH Bartica Branch Manager, Amanda Murray while his team mates share  the moment. Also present are Guinness Brand Executive Lee Baptiste and Bartica District Sales Supervisor Keron Savory

Beacons the greatest

Beacons etched their name on the coveted Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ Bartica championship trophy, defeating Police 1-0 Sunday at the Bartica Community Centre tarmac.

Lady Jaguars Junior National Player Aliyah Elaine [center] cuts the ribbon to officially commission the GFF’s first  FIFA Forward Project following yesterday’s inauguration ceremony in the presence the GFF Executive Committee, Director of Sports Christopher Jones, FIFA Director of Member Associations and Development Veron Mosgengo-Omba and participants and delegates of the FIFA Conference on Development.

FIFA Forward Project officially commissioned

The Guyana Football Federation (GFF), officially commissioned their first FIFA Forward Project at the site of the National Training Centre yesterday during a simple but significant inauguration ceremony.

Melanie `B’ Captain Ryan Seales receives the championship trophy from Banks DIH Limited representative Evlon Hendy in the presence of his team-mates following their victory over Paradise `A’ in the final of the Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ East Coast Demerara Championship. Also in the photo is Guinness Brand Manager Lee Baptiste [right]

Paradise, lost!

A historic night brought the curtain down on the Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ East Coast Demerara Championships as Melanie `B’ defeated Paradise `A’ 2-1 in a nerve-wracking penalty shoot-out to lift the coveted title for the second time on Monday.

Gold is Money blasts eight past Spot 7

Gold is Money, Tiger Bay, North East La Penitence and Ansa McAl recorded contrasting wins when the when the Stag Beer Futsal Championship resumed on Saturday at the National Gymnasium, Mandela Avenue.

Golden Jaguars winger Callum Harriot [no.21] trying to maintain possession of the ball while being marked by a Belizean at the National Track and Field Centre, Leonora in the CONCACAF Nations League Qualifiers

A tremendous achievement for the nation

Guyana Football Federation [GFF] President Wayne Forde says that the Golden Jaguars historic qualification for the CONCACAF Gold Cup is a monumental achievement for the entire nation.

Celebrations-,The Golden Jaguars celebrating their second goal, the fixture’s eventual winner against Belize at the National Track and Field Centre Leonora in the CONCACAF Nations League Qualifiers0

Historic win!

The sound of the Aruba official’s final whistle confirmed the historic moment as Guyana defeated Belize 2-1 in their final CONCACAF Nations League Qualifier to seal their maiden appearance in the CONCACAF Gold Cup.

The Golden Jaguars will look to create history tonight by securing a spot in the CONCACAF Gold Cup at the expense of opponents Belize.

Guyana, Belize battle for CONCACAF Gold Cup spot

A chance at history will be at stake tonight for the Golden Jaguars as they battle Belize in a must-win encounter in the CONCACAF Nations League from 18:30hrs at the National Track & Field Centre, Leonora.

The victorious Sparta Boss team pose with their spoils after overcoming Back Circle in the finale of the NSC/Magnum Mash Cup Futsal Championship at the National Gymnasium. Present in the photo are Director of Sports Christopher Jones [3rd from right] and Magnum Brand Manager Edison Jefford [2nd from right]

Still the Boss!

A performance aptly fitting the moniker of Most Valuable Player [MVP] from custodian Devon Charles helped Sparta Boss secure a 2-1 penalty shoot-out victory over Back Circle in the National Sports Commission/Magnum Mash Cup Futsal Championship final on Saturday.

Brothers’ United captain Adami Hoyte [third from right] posing with members of his squad at the official presentation ceremony and photo shoot for the Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ West Demerara/East Bank Demerara Championship

A victory for the community says Brother’s United’s Hoyte

Describing their unexpected triumph in the Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ West Demerara Championship, as a victory for the community of Crane, Adami Hoyte, captain of Brothers United sat down with Stabroek News to discuss their success and the significance of the event.

Flash-back- Scenes from the earlier action in the Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ West Demerara/East Bank Demerara Championship at the Pouderoyen Tarmac.

Showstoppers, Brothers United set for thrilling final

All systems are in place for a thrilling final between three time defending champion Showstoppers and first time finalist Brothers United in the Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ West Demerara/East Bank Demerara Championship tomorrow at the Pouderoyen Tarmac.

Members of the Golden Jaguars local contingent being put through their paces at the National Training Centre, Providence under the watchful eye of Head-Coach Michael Johnson ahead of their CONCACAF Nations League clash with Belize next month.

Belize victory would put Guyana on football map

Head coach of the Golden Jaguars (Guyana’s national senior football team) Michael Johnson yesterday stopped just short of guaranteeing a win against Belize next month but stressed yesterday the importance of the upcoming fixture.

Nigel Hinds

Hinds calls for increase in budgetary allocation for sport

President of the Guyana Amateur Basketball Federation (GABF) Nigel Hinds says he will not seek reelection for another term at the helm of the local basketball association and is calling for an increase in the budgetary allocation for sport.

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