TAUNTON, England, CMC – West Indies Women are hoping to mark captain Stafanie Taylor’s 100th One-Day International with a win, when they take on India Women in a critical fixture in the ICC Women’s World Cup here yesterday.
TAUNTON, England, CMC – All-rounder Deandra Dottin is set to join West Indies Women captain, Stafanie Taylor, in playing her 100th One-Day International, when the Caribbean side take on India Women in their second match of the Women’s World Cup today.
The Guyana Football Federation (GFF) has reportedly received guidance from the International Federation Association Football (FIFA), to suspend members of Alpha United and Slingerz FC for their role in filing an injunction against the local governing body.
Fierce rivalry is expected to be the order of the day when the Athletics Association of Guyana hosts its National Senior Championship on Sunday and Monday at the Leonora
Track and Field Centre, West Coast Demerara.
A number of seasoned racers are set to rev their engines and shift gears in a bid to outmaneuver their rivals in the second edition of the National Race of Champions, set for Sunday at the South Dakota Circuit, Timehri.
(Reuters) – Three-time Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic beat Canadian Vasek Pospisil 6-4 6-3 in his first grasscourt match of the season yesterday to reach the third round at the Aegon International in Eastbourne.
National 93kg deadlift record-holder, Erwyn ‘Superman’ Smith recently received a timely shot in the arm from two corporate sponsors ahead of the July 3-8 annual NAPF/FESUPO North American, Caribbean and Pan-American Powerlifting Championships.
(Reuters) – South Africa’s stand-in captain Dean Elgar says their three-day warm-up fixture against England Lions that starts today is a chance to build vital momentum and confidence ahead of the four-match test series next month.
ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – Uncapped batsmen Kyle Hope and Sunil Ambris have been rewarded for their recent heavy scoring with spots in the West Indies 13-man squad for the doubleheader of the five-match series against India starting here Friday.
Some 15 participants were awarded certificates following the Guyana Badminton Association’s (GBA) Shuttle Time Programme held June 23-25.
According to a press release from the GBA, it utilized this year’s Guyana Olympic Association Olympic Day series of activities to conduct the Shuttle Time Programme aimed at the association’s long-term plan to have badminton played prominently in schools.
A standout performance from goalkeeper Kelvis Mitchell saw Uitvlugt Warriors winning the four-team Arthur Chung Memorial football tournament after they defeated Den Amstel 2-0 on penalty kicks on Sunday.
Emanuel Atherley, Eugene Baptiste and Ashley Arthur won their respective categories when the Bartica Table Tennis Steering Committee held its Primary and Secondary Schools novices tournament played June 24 at the Bartica Community Centre.
Fast bowler Lasith Malinga has been given a suspended ban of six months and fined 50 per cent of the match fee of his next One Day International appearance, after a disciplinary inquiry found him guilty of breaching his contract.
MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – More than 200 of Australia’s top cricketers face unemployment within days, with a bitter pay dispute “extremely” unlikely to be resolved by a deadline on Friday, players’ union boss Greg Dyer has said.
MOSCOW, (Reuters) – Chile coach Juan Antonio Pizzi will renew old acquaintances when his reigning two-times Copa America champions take on Portugal in what he expects to be a tough Confederations Cup semi-final today.
(Cricinfo) Chinese mobile handset manufacturer Vivo has retained the Indian Premier League title sponsorship rights for the next five seasons (2018-2022) with a winning bid of INR 2199 crores (approximately US $341 million), a jump of 454% over the five-year contract signed in 2012.
LOS ANGELES, (Reuters) – Serena Williams was completely taken aback by her pregnancy, taking six home tests before believing she was expecting her first child, the tennis superstar told Vanity Fair magazine.