Test rugby giants Bermuda ended their championship drought when they rallied to an 11- 0 victory against Guyana in the final of the 2011 NACRA Rugby 15s championship at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence last night.
Bermuda will face Guyana on their home territory this evening in what is expected to be an intriguing showdown as the two zone champions lock horns in the final of the NACRA Men’s 15s rugby Championship at the Guyana National Stadium from 6pm.
North Georgetown Girls, East Ruimveldt and Tucville Boys all maintained their unbeaten streaks to storm into the finals of the inaugural Scotiabank/Pepsi Schools Football Academy when the semi finals were contested on Saturday at the Carifesta Sports Complex (CSC) Ground.
A victory at last! That must have been the thoughts of the West Indies team and its supporters following the team’s 40-run triumph over Pakistan yesterday at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence to end a two year drought.
West Indies newest test debutant Devendra Bishoo continued to impress with the ball delivering a sterling performance which he thought was good but also disappointing because his parents and manager were not present to witness.
A Guyana XI yesterday drew its two-day First Class match against Pakistan at the Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) Ground, Bourda yesterday.
Though West Indies lost the Digicel One Day International Series against Pakistan 2-3, they finished on a winning note, which according to captain of the side Darren Sammy is a boost of confidence for them heading into the Test Series.
Despite the fact that they have progressed to the knockout out round of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championship, President of the Alpha United team Odinga Lumumba is of the view that their work has only now begun.
-‘The Hammer’ humbles River Plate to progress to next round of CFU club c/ships Alpha `The Hammer’ United claimed its first victory in the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) club championships when they defeated River Plate FC in a thrilling encounter at the Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) Ground, Bourda yesterday.
They played to a 0-0 draw in their opening encounter of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) club championship on Friday at the Guyana National Stadium, but one thing is certain Alpha United will be looking for that elsusive win when the two sides meet again today.
– Claudio Alvarez Manager of the visiting River Plate Football Club Claudio Alvarez yesterday stated that his team was ready to play Guyana’s top team Alpha United in two matches in the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championships at the Guyana National Stadium and GCC Ground.
One of the most historic nights in local football history took place at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) Ground Sunday when Guyana’s top two football teams were sent packing from the annual Mayor’s Cup tournament.
The Guyana Amateur Boxing Association (GABA) has identified 16 boxers to prepare for possible selection on the Guyana team for the 2012 Olympic Games which will take place in London, United Kingdom from July 27 to August 12.
All roads will lead to the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground tonight for what is expected to be one of the most intriguing nights of the Mayor’s Cup Football tournament.
-Guyana beaten outright in three days by Trinidad Trinidad and Tobago cricket team yesterday completed an outright win against Guyana on the third day of their WICB Regional Four-Day match at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence.
Lendl Simmons continued his fondness for Guyana’s bowling attack by slamming a century yesterday, his ninth first class ton, to put Trinidad and Tobago in control against Guyana in their seventh round West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Regional Four-Day Competition at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence.
Milerock suffered a heart shattering defeat at the hands of Suriname’s Inter Moengotapoe when they clashed in their first round Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championships at the Mackenzie Sports Complex Ground on Sunday.
Guyana’s cricket team endured a miserable first innings against the England Lions who made mincemeat of them on day two of their WICB Regional Four Day match at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence.
There was disappointment for both the Guyana and English Lions cricket teams as the first day of their West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Regional Four-Day match was washed out due to the consistent overnight rainfall and early morning showers at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence, yesterday.
The Guyana Defence Force (GDF) made a terrific start to their title defense when they vanquished Monnedderlust in the first knockout round of the annual Mayor’s Cup Knockout Football Tournament at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) Ground Sunday night.
Guyana secured a draw against Barbados on the final day of their West Indies Cricket Board Regional Four-Day tournament at the Providence National Stadium, and in the process moved up one space ahead of them.
Guyana, after claiming first innings points against Barbados, were pressing for an outright win at the end of the third day of their West Indies Cricket Board, Regional four day encounter at the Providence National Stadium yesterday.
Veerasammy Permaul and Devendra Bishoo ripped through Barbados’ top order in the final session of day two in their four-day regional battle at the Providence National Stadium to put Guyana well in contention for first innings point yesterday.
Guyana battled to a respectable position against Barbados at the end of day one of the West Indies Cricket Board’s (WICB) Regional Four-Day competition at the Providence National Stadium yesterday.
The St. Stanislaus College Mash basketball competition gets underway today at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.