PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Pro League champions Joe Public clash with Municipal of Guatemala here tonight needing full points in order to remain in the hunt for a quarter-final spot in the CONCACAF Champions League.
SOUTHAMPTON, England, (Reuters) – England completed a clean sweep of their 2010 home series when they defeated Pakistan by 121 runs in the fifth and final one-day international yesterday.
Current chairman of the Guyana Cycling Federation’s finance committee and president of Roraima Bikers Club (RBC), Brian Allen is calling for the resurfacing of the inner circuit of the National Park which is the venue for most of the cycling events held locally throughout the year.
KHANTY-MANSIYSK, Russia, CMC – International Master Jomo Pitterson pulled off a stunning upset but Jamaica narrowly missed out on shocking Norway in the opening round of the 39th World Chess Olympiad on Tuesday.
PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa, CMC – Chennai Super Kings handed Warriors of South Africa their first loss yesterday as both teams advanced to the semi-finals of the Champions League Twenty20 at the expense of Victoria Bushrangers.
-27 injured, foreign delegations unhappy with village NEW DELHI, (Reuters) – A footbridge being built for the Commonwealth Games in India collapsed yesterday, injuring 27 people and highlighting the raft of problems that have so far blighted the event, meant to showcase an emerging global power.
Today the 24-man Demerara Under-23 cricket squad will be trimmed to the 14 players who will oppose Berbice Under-23 side in two matches for the Colin Wilshire and Leslie Amsterdam trophies.
– Gayle asks for extension BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – West Indies vice-captain Dwayne Bravo is one of two players who have turned down central retainer contracts from the West Indies Cricket Board.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Pakistan tried to shut out another day of speculation, criticism and acrimony yesterday to focus on ending their blighted tour of England on a winning note.
– GBBC president Peter Abdool Peter Abdool, president of the Guyana Boxing Board of Control (GBBC), yesterday declared that the monthly Pro-Am boxing card was steadily gaining momentum after commenceing in February.
Minister of Culture, Youth and Sport, (MCYS) Dr. Frank Anthony is encouraging the Neighbouring Democartic Councils (NDC’s) and the municipalities to put systems in place so as to identify schools and communities which have excelled in sports.
OHANNESBURG, South Africa, CMC – Ramnaresh Sarwan’s highest Twenty20 score failed to carry Guyana over the threshold, and they limped out of the Champions League T20 yesterday, following a 15-run defeat to South Australia’s Redbacks.
Giftland OfficeMax continues to be a major supporter of sports in Guyana and football in particular.
The Albion Community Centre and the Port Mourant grounds will come alive on Sunday with the semi-finals of the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club 20th Anniversary Busta Champion of Champions Tournament.
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, CMC – Royal Challengers Bangalore roared into the semi-finals of the Champions League Twenty20 yesterday, beating Highveld Lions by six wickets with an over to spare at New Wanderers Stadium.
The inner circuit of the National Park will become a cycling speedway where some of Guyana’s top cyclists will keep spectators engrossed as Laparkan Holdings Limited holds their annual 11-race cycle programme on Saturday.
KARACHI: Pakistan’s one-day captain Shahid Afridi said yesterday his team could have filed a police complaint against England batsman Jonathan Trott over an altercation with fast bowler Wahab Riaz.
Alpha United Football Club is sitting pretty in the Guyana Football Federation National Super League tournament.
National coach Wayne ‘Wiggy’ Dover yesterday stated that he was confident of a Golden Jaguars victory this Sunday against Trinidad and Tobago’s Soca Warriors in the Kashif and Shanghai inaugural President’s Cup International Friendly encounter at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence.
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, CMC – Guyana will hope for a consolation win to cap off a wretched Champions League Twenty20 debut campaign when they face the unbeaten South Australia Redbacks today.
CENTURION, South Africa, CMC – Victoria Bushrangers maintained their hopes of reaching the Champions League Twenty20 semi-finals when they beat hapless Wayamba of Sri Lanka by eight wickets yesterday.
West Indies under-19 pacer Keon Joseph conjured up a remarkable feat when he captured five wickets in five balls as the 2010 Berbice Cricket Board (BCB)/Tenelec Inc.
Yap Drepaul guided Night Crescendo to a narrow win over Message to take the feature B and lower class race when the Rising Sun Turf Club and True Friendship Committee staged their grand horse race meet at the Rising Sun Turf Club, West Coast Berbice, on Sunday.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Pakistan recovered from a terrible start to their day to complete a spirited victory in the fourth one-day international against England at Lord’s yesterday.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Pakistan’s chaotic tour of England degenerated into near anarchy on the morning of the fourth one-day international at Lord’s yesterday, a match the visitors went on to win by 38 runs.