Victory Valley Royals and Retrieve Raiders continued their superb run in the Linden Amateur Basketball Association (LABA) U-19 competition in matches over the weekend at the Mackenzie Sports Club hardcourt.
– It’s a heavy loss to boxing – Peter AbdoolVice-President of the World Boxing Council (WBC) Roy Van Putten passed away Wednesday at his Aruba home and the entire boxing world has hailed his death as a major blow for the sport.
Action in the Toucan Industry Squash Tournament will heat up as the event climaxes tomorrow evening at the Georgetown Club Squash Courts.
The Georgetown Amateur Basketball Association (GABA) has taken one step closer to realizing the Burnham Basketball Court enhancement project with its President Trevor Rose disclosing yesterday that they have secured the necessary funds.
The Local Organising Committee (LOC) for the International Cricket Council (ICC) Twenty20 World Cup yesterday unveiled a massive 20×4 bat with the logo ‘Bring it Guyana’ as part of its countrywide promotional campaign for the event which bowls off at the Guyana National Stadium on April 30.
National racquet wielders Jason Ray Khalil, Victoria Arjoon and Deje Dias all turned in impressive performances on the second night of the Guyana Squash Association (GSA) Toucan Industries sponsored junior skill level Mashramani tournament at the Georgetown Courts.
The realisation of a 10-year dream of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) is just around the corner as its president Colin Klass disclosed yesterday that phase one of the FIFA Goal Project is expected to be completed within a three-to-five-month span.
– GABF boss sits one-on-one with Stabroek Sport The story of David and Goliath is unquestionably one of the more popular chronicles in the Holy Bible and now newly-elected president of the Guyana Amateur Basketball Fed-eration David Patterson will reenact the event having the herculean task of reviving the game of basketball in Guyana.
Captain of Guyana’s Sevens rugby team Claudius Butts says that his team did its best at the just concluded International Rugby Board (IRB) USA Sevens World Series tournament that was held in Las Vegas, USA.
– Pollydore drops 45 points in two games The Retrieve Raiders and Victory Valley Royals dominated play over the weekend in the Linden Amateur Basketball Association (LABA) under-19 championships which got underway last Friday at the Mackenzie Sports Club Hard Court.
Albert Philander clocked a time of one hour, 11 minutes and 18 seconds as he sped to an impressive win in this year’s George `Boy Blue’ Cumberbatch Memorial 30-lap feature race inside the National Park Circuit yesterday as the cream of the country’s cyclists all returned to the saddle.
– Patterson seems set to run uncontested for presidency The highly-anticipated and long-awaited Guyana Amateur Basketball Federation (GABF) Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held today at the Guyana Olympic Association (GOA) headquarters in Kingston from 2pm.
Andrew Arjoon won the Open category and Jason Van Dyk the category `A’ final Saturday night as the Bounty Farm handicap squash tournament wrapped up at the Georgetown Club’s Squash Courts.
Acting President of the Guyana Amateur Basketball Federation (GABF) David Patterson says that Guyana has fully recommitted itself to the Caribbean Basketball Confederation (CBC) after attending the Annual General Assembly which was held last weekend in the British Virgin Islands (BVI).
sident of the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club (GMR&SC) Aaron Bethune has announced that the 2010 racing season will rev off on March 28.
President and Co-Founder of the Women’s International Boxing Association, Ryan Wissow believes that the upcoming Shondel Alfred and Corrine DeGroot bantamweight rematch along with the Gwendolyn O’Neil and Carlette Ewell light heavyweight clash will be a historic event and he is also optimistic about the smooth running of the fights.
– Lady Jaguars to begin World Cup qualifiers March 3 The Lady Jaguars will start their stride to Germany in 2011 on March 3 at the GCC ground against Suriname as the first leg of the Women’s World Cup Qualifiers begins for the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) affiliates.
– Courts Pacesetters failed in their bid for revenge against Ravens while the Linden and Georgetown U-23 teams entertained It was supposed to be the night when Courts Pacesetters would exact revenge on Ravens for their 17-point defeat in last year’s Georgetown Amateur Basketball Association (GABA) Open Knock-out tournament but instead Courts Pacesetters were handed another sound whipping.
– GCF hoping clubs submit lists for ratification soon Richard Charles sprinted to victory in the juvenile 10-lap cycle race on Saturday at the National Park circuit which ended up being the day’s feature event in the Ricks and Sari-sponsored event after the more prominent cyclists were unable to participate.
-says world ranked Leon `Hurry Up’ Moore World ranked bantamweight boxer Guyana’s Leon `Hurry Up’ Moore feels that campaigning in Asia is the right career move for him and that being based in Thailand will give him a faster shot at a world title.
-$100,000 winner-take-all Ravens/Pacesetters clash on tonight The last time the two teams met Ravens outclassed the Courts Pacesetters by 17 points (88-71) to take the GABA Open Knockout First Division tournament last year.
-O’Neil to face Ewell for WIBA title The Shondel Alfred – Corrine De Groot rematch seesaw has finally stopped as Stabroek Sport understands that the fight will now take place in March in Guyana at a date to be announced soon.
Attorney-at-law Gordon Gilhuys will be heading the Interim Management Committee (IMC) set up by the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) to run the affairs of the Georgetown Football Association (GFA) after a meeting held Tuesday last at the federation’s headquarters.
– says Brian Joseph -feels Linden is neglected and rejected Lack of commitment from some executives coupled with poor club structure and inadequate sponsorship were the demerits of football in Linden for 2009, says President of the Upper Demerara Football Association (UDFA) Brian Joseph.
– GABA to bounce off 2010 season this weekend In an exclusive interview with Stabroek Sport yesterday, President of the Georgetown Amateur Basketball Association (GABA) Trevor Rose disclosed that the Burnham Basketball Court enhancement is very close to realisation.