Group B winners the Guyana Jaguars will today’s oppose Group A runners up the Windward Island Volcanoes in the second semi-final of Cricket West Indies (CWI) Regional Super 50 tournament with a spot in the final at stake for the winning team.
West Demerara recorded its first win of the Demerara Cricket Board’s U-17 Inter Association competition with an incredible two-run win over East Coast yesterday at the Everest Cricket Club ground.
East Coast bounced back to crush Georgetown by 117 runs in the second match of the Demerara Cricket Board’s Inter-Association U17 tournament yesterday.
Regal Masters, Speedboat and Trophy stall Angels emerged champions of their respective categories in front of a packed Zeeburg Community Centre Ground, East Bank Essequibo Sunday in the Guyana Floodlight Softball Cricket Association (GFSCA) Mike’s Pharmacy, Nauth Motor Spares and Trophy Stall softball tournament.
Chief Executive Officer of the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club (RHTY&SC) Hilbert Foster was yesterday voted in as new president of the Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) at its Annual General Meeting at the New Amsterdam Town Hall.
Michael Anthony recorded his first victory in 2018 by winning an eight man dash to the finishing line in the first stage of the 27th annual Forbes Burnham Memorial cycle road race yesterday.
Under the recent restructuring of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) female Under 19 tournament, the GCB Select A defeated a Select B team by 15 runs in the 20-overs-a-side match at the Everest Cricket Club yesterday.
History was made yesterday when the Better Hope Community honoured one of its most prominent son of the soil, Moses Dwarka, by naming a street after the ‘barefoot king.’ A modest crowd gathered at the Better Hope Community Centre, Neighbourhood Democratic Council (NDC) including Chairman, Dr.
Members of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB), the Government of Guyana and the public gathered at the Umana Yana, Kingston yesterday as Guyana was officially declared a host of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Women’s World T20 tournament.
As the Guyana Jaguars continue their hunt for their first title in the Cricket West Indies (CWI) Regional Super50 in 13 years, they face an unsettled Leewards Hurricanes side today.
Hamzah Eastman successfully defended his R&R international Limited road race title yesterday making it the first time in the 27 years of the race that a rider has won the events back-to-back.
Sir Wesley Hall, the former star West Indies fast bowler of the 1960s, was a star again Friday night as he gave a heartfelt recollection of his life, both on and off the field, at the Rotary Club of Georgetown Dinner at the Le Meridien, Pegasus Hotel, Kingston.
Team Coco’s ace rider Hamzah Eastman prevailed in a four-man tussle to the finish line to seal victory in the 27th edition of the 35-lap school boys and invitational race in the R&R International 11-stage cycling race yesterday.
After three rounds, Demerara will face an uphill task as they try to reclaim the Guyana Cricket Board (GCA)/ Dave West Indian Imports Under-15 tournament in a clash against defending champions, Berbice today at the Everest Cricket Club Ground.
Despite scattered showers Demerara powered their way to a four-wicket win over the President’s XI, who remained winless in the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB)/Dave West Indian Imports Inter-County Under-15 tournament, as they stormed into the final after Romel Datterdeen’s all-round heroics.
Belligerent batting, bamboozling bowling, sheer pace and amazing athleticism. This is what fans can expect when two of the most successful teams in Cricket West Indies (CWI) Regional Super 50 history come face-to-face today.