Marlon Munroe

NAMILCO Football Festival winner to get $1M

The fifth Fruta Conquerors Football Club’s NAMILCO Football Festival was officially launched on Thursday with Managing Director of the company Bert Sukhai heaping praise on the executive of the club for the continued growth and expansion of the tournament, while representing the good name of the company.

Two squads!

-IMC, GCB name separate squads for regional four day competition

Guyana’s cricket yesterday became even more shrouded in controversy after the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) and the government-implemented Interim Management Committee released 31-man and 30-man squads respectively for the upcoming Regional four-day tournament that bowls off on February 3.

GDF Football Club suspended by GFA

- pending hearing into pullout from GFA/Banks DIH Knockout Tournament

The Guyana Defence Force Football Club has been suspended from all football-related activities by its umbrella body Georgetown Football Association (GFA)  pending a hearing as to why the club was yanked from participating in the GFA/Banks DIH Knockout Tournament by its top brass.

Fit to be tied

-Sarwan hopping mad over fitness excuse by GCB selectors; says he’s medically fit to play

Sidelined first by the West Indies selectors and now by the Guyana Cricket Board’s (GCB) selection panel, middle order batsman Ramnaresh Sarwan said yesterday he believes that there is an orchestrated move by the local selectors to stifle his career.

With Olympic-size pool, Guyana to dive into swimming big time

-but warm-up facility still badly needed

The National Aquatic Centre opened yesterday at Liliendaal, East Coast Demerara, as plans were disclosed for developing the sport and marketing  it to potential sponsors and athletes and  hosting showpiece events after a warm-up/warm-down facility becomes a reality.

T&T through to final

Trinidad & Tobago defeated Guyana by four wickets at the Guyana National Stadium last evening to book a place in the final of the Regional Super50 tournament on Saturday.

Apologise, what for?

—Gayle asks WICB

Not renowned around the world for his diplomacy, Chris Gayle asked the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) yesterday why he should apologise, challenging the body to make its position clear on what they want from him.