DHAKA, Bangladesh, CMC – Sunil Ambris is refusing to give up on his Test dreams, despite finding more success in the one-day format of the game for West Indies.
Following a press release issued by the Ministry of Sport last year, the Guyana Olympic Association (GOA) has written Minister of Culture, Youth and Sport Charles Ramson Jnr.,
As preparation continues for the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers in March, former Golden Jaguars Captain Christopher Nurse, feels that the immediate focus of the management team should be on the physical condition of the players.
President of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) Wayne Forde has presented the FIFA approved Disciplinary Code to recently appointed Chairman of the federation’s Disciplinary Committee Eusi Anderson. “The Congress voted to replace the former Disciplinary Committee following a long period of inactivity and a lack of communication that led to a backlog of outstanding disciplinary matters,” a release from the GFF stated.
The Berbice Cricket Board continues to benefit from assistance from overseas-based former national players along with several passionate supporters of Berbice cricket.
As its enforcement around the city continues, the Covid-19 Task Force’s enforcement team last evening swooped down on the Church Street Sleepin Casino and bar and other establishments in the Alberttown/Queenstown area.
With official training for the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 Pre-Qualifiers penciled to start Saturday, the Guyana Amateur Basketball Federation (GABF) has opted to increase their provisional squad to 27 members.
West Indies limited overs captain, Jason Mohammed has indicated that his side is bracing for a heavy barrage of spin from Bangladesh in the upcoming One Day International series.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Newly appointed West Indies Under-19s head coach, Floyd Reifer, says his vision is not simply to develop a strong cadre of players but to transform the next generation of cricketers into elite athletes.
(Reuters) – Debutant Washington Sundar and number eight batsman Shardul Thakur conjured a defiant rearguard action yesterday to drag India back into the contest in the deciding fourth test against Australia being played in Brisbane.
GALLE, Sri Lanka, (Reuters) – Left-arm spinner Jack Leach took five wickets as England edged towards victory over Sri Lanka in the first test in Galle, but they made a nervous start to their pursuit of a modest target of 74 and closed day four on 38 for three yesterday.
LIVERPOOL, England, (Reuters) – Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker made two vital saves as the champions were held to a 0-0 draw at home to Premier League leaders Manchester United at Anfield yesterday.
(Reuters) – Debutant Washington Sundar and number eight batsman Shardul Thakur conjured a defiant rearguard action on Sunday to drag India back into the contest in the deciding fourth test against Australia being played in Brisbane.
Guyana Jaguars head coach, Esuan Crandon has welcomed the inclusion of West Indies trio, Shimron Hetmyer, Keemo Paul and Romario Shepherd ahead of their Regional Super50 campaign.
Barbadian all-rounder, Kyle Mayers has thrown his support behind the West Indies batsmen to do well in Bangladesh.
In keeping with its aggressive agenda to develop the game of golf in Guyana, President of the Guyana Golf Association (GGA) and Nexgen Golf Academy, Aleem Hussain, has confirmed that the acquisition of land to establish the first of five uniquely designed golf courses was completed this week.
(Reuters) – A heavy downpour frustrated Australia on day two of the fourth test decider in Brisbane yesterday, with play abandoned after tea and India spared from resuming on 62 for two in reply to the home side’s first innings 369.
(Reuters) – England captain Joe Root scored a double-century, but Sri Lanka began a spirited fight-back to close day three of the first test in Galle on 156 for two in their second innings, trailing the visitors by 130 runs.
DHAKA, Bangladesh, CMC – Jason Mohammed hopes to use his unexpected call-up for the One-Day International series here starting next week, to force his way back into the West Indies side on a permanent basis.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – National selectors have gone with a star-studded lineup for Trinidad and Tobago Red Force’s Super50 Cup campaign next month, with nine West Indies players featuring in the 15-man squad.