Guyana Jaguars yesterday completed a resounding innings and 81 runs victory over the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force on the final day of the Cricket West Indies (CWI) regional four-day first-class season at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence.
Raymon Reifer yesterday fortified his reputation as a genuine all-rounder after registering his maiden first-class ton to go along with the first innings five-wicket haul on the first day at stumps on the penultimate day of the Guyana Jaguars’ clash against the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence.
West Indies fast bowler Ronsford Beaton says he remains reassured even though there are suspicions about the legality of his bowling action an issue which poses a threat to his fledging career.
The Guyana Squash Association (GSA) has named a four-member team comprising two male and two female players to participate in the 2018 Commonwealth Games which runs from April 4th-15th in Gold Coast, Australia.
Coach of the already crowned champions of the 2017/18 edition of Cricket West Indies Regional four-day first-class championships, Esaun Crandon, has suggested that there will be little tinkering to the squad set to take on the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force in their final round match, which begins at the Guyana National Stadium tomorrow.
Floyd Reifer will perhaps go down as one of the more unpopular West Indian captains after leading the side against Bangladesh in few test matches during a period of rebellion in 2009 where the majority of the senior players protested against the board for better wages which saw the Bajan holding the fort in the interim.
Coach of the successful national under–19 team, Julian Moore, has expressed his confidence in the five Guyanese selected on the young Windies team for the ICC under – 19 World Cup title defence in New Zealand, next year.
Shimron Hetmyer, the highly regarded 20-year-old test batsman, was last evening announced as the Guyana Cricket Board’s (GCB) male cricketer of the year at the annual ceremony held at the Umana Yana, Georgetown.
Former West Indies Captain and current Combined Campuses and Colleges (CCC) head coach Floyd Reifer, yesterday concluded a four-day talent scout initiative at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence.
Wicketkeeper batsman Anthony Bramble narrowly missed out on converting his maiden first-class century into a double whilst propelling the Guyana Jaguars to 417 all out on day two in their day/night encounter against the Leeward Island Hurricanes at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence.
A much-improved all-round performance from the Windward Islands Volcanoes which saw Devon Smith missing out on another regional first-class century coupled with a few wickets in the second innings, prevented the Guyana Jaguars from rolling over the visitors on the penultimate day of the Cricket West Indies (CWI) regional four-day tournament at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence.
Officials from the Guyana Squash Association (GSA) yesterday, confirmed that the association has organised a ‘playoff’ between national players Nyron Joseph and Jason Ray Khalil to determine who will occupy the final spot on Guyana’s squad to participate in the 2018 Commonwealth Games set for the Gold Coast, in Queensland, Australia from April 4 – 15.
Guyana Jaguars and West Indies ‘A’ fast bowler Keon Joseph has expressed his satisfaction at the manner in which his junior counterparts Keemo Paul and Sherfane Rutherford are progressing.
Much of the success of team sport is attributed to relationships that are formed and maintained off the field and with Guyana search for a fixed opening partnership after the axing of Rajendra Chandrika, Tagenarine Chanderpaul and Chandrapaul Hemraj are now both focused on making the opening positions their own.
Young Achievers and Vanguard volleyball clubs continued their dominance in Demerara after spiking their way to the male and female titles in the Demerara Volleyball Association (DVA) ‘A’ division competition held recently at the National Gymnasium.
It is becoming increasingly apparent that all-rounder Keemo Paul is one of the naturally gifted young seamers in the region after observing the manner in which he picked up his second nine-wicket haul in Regional first-class cricket during Guyana’s crushing eight-wicket win over the Barbados Pride over the weekend.
Three-time defending champions the Guyana Jaguars yesterday completed an eight-wicket win over the Barbados Pride in fifth round action of the Cricket West Indies (CWI) Regional four-day tournament at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence.
Another superb spell of seam bowling from teenager Keemo Paul who took his ninth wicket of the match following the earlier exploits of night watchman Gudakesh Motie who recorded his maiden first-class 50, highlighted day three and left the Barbados Pride staring defeat in the face at stumps at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence yesterday.
A five-wicket haul from 19-year-old Keemo Paul and an eye-catching half-century from Chandrapaul Hemraj wrestled control in Guyana’s favour at the end of the second day of their regional four-day clash against the Barbados Tridents at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence.
A seventh wicket century stand between all-rounders Kenroy Williams and Justin Greaves dug the Barbados Pride out of a tricky position against the Guyana Jaguars, and guided the visitors to 282 – 7 at the close of the opening day, yesterday, in fifth round action of the Cricket West Indies (CWI) Regional Four Day tournament at the National Stadium at Providence.
“We are ready to play anyone!” Those are the kind of bold statement birthed out of confidence, knowing all fully well the capabilities of your charges.
The Trinidad and Tobago Queen’s Park Hockey Club exacted a measure of revenge for their 2016 defeat to Pepsi Hikers by winning their showdown yesterday defeating their arch rivals 8 – 3 in this year’s final of the Diamond Mineral Water indoor hockey festival when the curtain came down at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall last evening.
Defending champions Pepsi Hikers were once again in red-hot form, this time crucifying Saints 15 – 4 to waltz their way into today’s semifinals in this year’s edition of the Diamond Mineral Water Indoor Hockey Festival.
By Royston Alkins Georgetown completed a resounding eight-wicket win over East Coast at the Enterprise Community Centre ground yesterday on the back of a mean spell of left-arm spin bowling from West Indies Under – 19 spinner Ashmead Nedd in third round action of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) Jaguars 50 overs tournament.
Defending champions Pepsi Hikers remained on course to defend their Diamond Mineral Water Indoor Hockey title after downing hapless the Mixed Nuts unit 16 – 0 to cruise to their third consecutive win last evening at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall when the third evening of the 2017 festival ended last night.