By Noelle Smith Last year seemed a good year for the Dorado Speed Swim Club which continued to develop its swimmers on the local and international circuits.
By Noelle Smith Three months after he took over the sport portfolio as part of his remit in the Ministry of Social Cohesion, Dr.
After another short delay due to the inclement weather the Hadi’s World Incorporated/City Mall first division, two-day competition is set to resume today and tomorrow with two matches.
Wicketkeeper/batsman Delbert Hicks was last Saturday received the coveted Cricketer-of-the-Year and the Batsman-of-the-Year awards at the 23rd annual awards ceremony of the Rose Hall Town Youths and Sports Club (RHTYSC).
The Georgetown Cricket Association’s New Building Society (NBS) second division limited overs cricket competition will bowl off this weekend with two matches in each zone.
In the only match of the Georgetown Cricket Association/Hadi’s World Incorporated first-division competition scheduled for this weekend, Police Sports Club will be hosted by the Malteenoes Sports Club with umpires Hortence Isaacs and Cyril Garnath starting proceedings at 9:30am each day.
Heavy morning showers rendered Sunday’s second day’s play of the Georgetown Cricket Association two-day final between Police Sports Club (PSC) and the Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) into a one hour fight for survival resulting in PSC claiming the 2012-2013 Noble House Seafood’s second division title at the Georgetown Cricket Club ground, Bourda.
Former Guyana wicketkeeper/batsman Neil Barry snr, was elected president of the Malteenoes Sports Club when the club held its Annual General meeting recently.
West Demerara played unbeaten to win the Demerara Cricket Board (DCB) Inter Association Under 19 limited overs competition following final round matches on Monday.
The Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club (RHTYSC), with generous support from Bakewell and the National Milling Company (Namilco) has launched the Champions of Champions 20/20 Tournament.
Police Sports Club produced their most dominant performance of the tournament to march their way into the final of the Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA) Noble House Seafood’s division two, two-day competition last weekend while the young Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) side produced a tactical rearguard effort that effectively blocked the Guyana National Industrial
The Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA) Noble House Seafoods second division two-day competition comes alive this weekend when the top four teams meet in the semi finals.
Transport Sports Club will face a stern test from the Guyana Defence Force at the Malteenoes Sports Club ground today and tomorrow when the Hadi’s World Incorporated sponsored Georgetown Cricket Association first division, two-day cricket competition continues this weekend with three matches.
Rajendra Chandrika slammed a double century to lead Everest Cricket Club to an innings and 73-run victory over Transport Sports Club last weekend in the Georgetown Cricket Association’s (GCA) Hadi’s first division
Police Sports Club (PSC) kept its semi final hopes alive by beating Transport Sports Club (TSC) by 86 runs last weekend in the Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA)Noble House Seafoods-sponsored second division two day competition.
Last weekend’s match of the Noble House Seafood’s second division, two-day cricket competition between the Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) and the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) turned out to be keenly contested so much so that in the final over of the second day’s play all three results were still possible.
For the fifth year in succession the National Communications Network will be sponsoring an Under-15 cricket tournament in Berbice.
The Guyana team for the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Regional Super50 competition departed Guyana yesterday confident of success.
Last week-end’s matches of the Georgetown Cricket Association/Hadi’s World Incorporated first-division two-day competition and the Noble House Seafood’s second-division, two day competition were postponed due to heavy rainfall on Friday.
The Georgetown Cricket Association /Hadi’s World Incorporated division one, two-day cricket competition will continue today with three matches.
Persistent rainfall yesterday forced an early end to the three-day warm up match at the Everest Cricket Club ground between Guyana and a team comprised of players on the reserve list.
National captain Veerasammy Permaul showed signs of shaking off a lean patch by taking a five-wicket haul on the first day of a warm up match at the Everest Cricket Club ground between the National Team preparing for the Regional Four-Day competition
The University of Guyana’s (UG) progress in second division cricket continued when they grabbed first innings points from the Muslim Youth Organization (MYO) while Everest Cricket Club were just nine runs away from taking first innings points against Police when play in the Georgetown Cricket Association/Noble House Seafoods second division two-day competition continued on Saturday.
While it was expected that Guyana’s Super50 squad named for the upcoming West Indies Cricket Board’s Regional limited overs competition would contain a great number of the players who participated in the recent Caribbean T20 competition the fact that some seven players from the T20 squad are in the Guyana 13-member squad for the Regional Four-Day Competition must be cause for concern.
Everest Cricket Club’s Ryan Ramdass and Tagenarine Chanderpaul batted almost the entire day against the Gandhi Youth Organisation as the pair combined for a massive 241 opening stand at Everest as action abounded on the first day’s play of the Georgetown Cricket association (GCA) Hadi’s World Incorporated first division two-day competition.