Essequibo remained at the top of the points table after completing an exciting three – wicket victory over Georgetown in fourth-round action of the Guyana Cricket Board/Jaguars three – day franchise league at the Tuschen Sports Club ground, East Bank Essequibo, yesterday.
The aspirations of the petite, 23-year-old national and regional squash champion, Mary Fung-A-Fat, was to simply live a childhood dream of ‘going pro.’ On September 18, Mary participated in her debut match as a full-time pro at the 2017 Nash Cup tournament in London, Ontario, Canada where she gave a solid account of herself despite dropping her match against her English counterpart.
A savage unbeaten half-century from Ricardo Adams carried Essequibo to within reach of victory over Georgetown in the latest round Guyana Cricket Board/Jaguars three-day Franchise League competition at the Tuschen Sports Club Ground, East Bank Essequibo, yesterday.
– fourth round begins today Essequibo heads into the fourth round of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) Jaguars Three-Day Franchise League as leaders of the points table and are focused on remaining at the top, according to their assistant coach Ryan Hercules.
West Indies middle – order batsman Vishaul Singh who was left out of the Caribbean Test side on their recent tour to the United Kingdom after three appearances against Pakistan at home says he is keen on using the upcoming “A” series against Sri Lanka to force his way back into the West Indies side.
Rain had the final say in an exciting encounter between Essequibo and East Bank as the umpires were forced to call time on the match ruling that the outfield was not suitable for play after the rains came 30 minutes before the luncheon interval on day – three at the Everest Cricket Club ground Camp Road yesterday.
All-rounder Sherfane Rutherford continues to churn out impressive performances in his quest to earn a stable spot in the national side.
Gifted middle order batsman, Gajanand Singh has candidly expressed his desire to rekindle his first class career, fully understanding that he needs to score heavily in the ongoing Guyana Cricket Board/ Jaguars Franchise League in order to stake a claim for his return to the National side.
The 2017 – 2018 regional first class session is upon us and a number of locally based players are anxious to perform for their franchise in the ongoing Jaguars Three Day franchise league to either retain their place, or earn a spot to represent the three-time Defending Champions, the Guyana Jaguars.
Off – spinner Richie Looknaught and seamer Romario Shepherd combined to capture six wickets and hand East Coast an innings and 182 runs mauling on the final morning of their clash against West Demerara in Guyana Cricket Board (GCB)/ Jaguars franchise league at the Tushchen Sports Club ground, yesterday.
Jamaica and former West Indies U19 captain, Ramaal Lewis, says he is keen on using his stint here in Guyana to further develop his game while also aiming to use the Guyana Cricket Board/Jaguar’s three – day league to impress enough with the aim of adding to his lone first – class match which he played nearly two years ago.
Centuries from former West Indies U19 batsmen Tagenarine Chanderpaul and Tevin Imlach highlighted day two of the second round of the Guyana Cricket Board/Jaguars three–day franchise league competition at the Tuschen Sports Club Ground, yesterday.
Experienced first class all-rounder, Christopher Barnwell recorded a pugnacious second innings fifty, his second of the match to power Georgetown to a five-wicket victory over Lower Corentyne in the latest round of the Guyana Cricket Board/Jaguars three- day franchise league at the Lusignan Community Centre Ground, East Coast Demerara, yesterday.
All–rounder Sherfane Rutherford inspired East Bank to a tense come-from-behind 26-run victory over Georgetown after grabbing a second innings `five for’ and a match haul of 12 – 56 in the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB)/Jaguars three – day franchise league at the Lusignan Community Centre Ground, yesterday.
With Guyana capturing only five medals at the recently concluded Pre an Mini-cadet table tennis championship, held in Jamaica, national coach, Linden Johnson, said yesterday that he was not too elated with his side’s returns.
West Indies Under – 15 captain, Sachin Singh, who recently returned from a tour of the United Kingdom where he led the Caribbean side to five wins out of their eight matches, has suggested that the experience playing in England will further develop his game.
National Under–19 captain, Ronaldo Ali–Mohammed has hailed his side’s efforts after capturing the Regional Under–19 one –day and three day tournaments in St Kitts, calling it a great feeling shortly after landing in Guyana at the Eugene F.
Everest Cricket Club (ECC) yesterday defeated the Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) by nine wickets on the final day of the Star Party Rental/Trophy Stall GCA first-division, two-day competition at the GCC Bourda cricket ground.
– Khan, Chanderpaul and Hemraj grind GCC The Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC), batting a second time on day one of the Star Party Rental/Trophy Stall Georgetown Cricket Association(GCA) first-division, two-day competition, ended the day on 19 without loss, trailing Everest Cricket Club (ECC) by 123 runs at the GCC Bourda cricket ground, yesterday.
The Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) yesterday brought the curtains down on its 2017 Summer Youth Camp with a simple ceremony at the club’s pavilion.
Trinidad and Tobago all-rounder Rayad Emrit has been tasked with leading the Guyana Amazon Warriors (GAW) in the absence of regular skipper Martin Guptill who had to return to New Zealand because of his father’s illness.
Host Guyana went down to Barbados by four wickets in the opening match of the 10th West Indies Cricket Council for the Blind cricket tournament for the visually impaired, yesterday at the Malteenoes Sports Club (MSC) ground.
A resurgent Guyana Amazon Warriors side completed a comprehensive seven wickets victory over the out-of-sorts St Lucia Stars to cruise to their second consecutive home win in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence, last evening.
Guyana Amazon Warriors completed a last over four- wicket victory over the Barbados Tridents to keep their chances of qualifying for the playoffs alive in this edition of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) on the back of opener, Chadwick Walton at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence, last evening.
The Guyana Amazon Warriors’ horror run in this year’s edition of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) continued yesterday, as they crumbled to yet another defeat, this time falling by seven wickets to top of the table Trinbago Knightriders at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence.