Guyana may bypass Panama leg of SA 10K classic in future

-says AGG president Colin Boyce

President of the Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG), Colin Boyce yesterday said that Guyana will be considering whether to send athletes to the Panama leg of the annual South American 10K classic following Sunday’s dilemma when  distance athlete Dennis Horatio inadvertently detoured from the unmarked route at the event.

Gayle lauds preparation ahead of tour

GALLE, Sri Lanka, CMC – Chris Gayle has underscored the value of his preparation for the tour of Sri Lanka, following his monumental second Test triple-hundred yesterday.

Jaguars looking to win and bury a ghost of a time past

By Gary Tim Georgia (SMS) — As the Golden Jaguars tighten the laces of their cleats for a kick at glory in today’s historic football game in Georgia, another goal will be waiting for them to boot away.

Guinness Greatest of de Street…

West Back Road and Norton Street impress

Despite rainfall, the Guinness Greatest of the Street Futsal Competition proceeded as planned when the first eight matches of round two were contested at the Burnham Court on Monday night.

Conquerors/Santos match to be replayed tonight

Namilco Football Festival…

The last semi-final match in the Namilco Football Festival Knockout tournament between Fruta Conquerors and Santos Football Club will be replayed tonight at the Tucville Playfield at 7pm.

We met our targets says Nash

GALLE, Sri Lanka, CMC – Brendon Nash has hailed West Indies batting in the first innings of the first Test against Sri Lanka, and observed they stuck to their game plan.

McCullum double hundred secures draw for Kiwis

HYDERABAD, India (Reuters) – Brendon McCullum stroked his first double century to dash India’s hopes of forcing a victory against New Zealand on the final day of the second test yesterday.

Defiant Younus guides Pakistan to safety

DUBAI (Reuters) – Younus Khan notched his 17th test hundred to guide Pakistan to a draw against South Africa on the final day of the first Test yesterday.

EU-sponsored medal Play golf tourney on today

The Guyana based European contingent for this weekend’s Guyana Open will be looking to sharpen their skills at the European Union (EU) sponsored  Medal Play tournament billed for today (Public Holiday) at the Lusignan Golf Club.

Hampshire, Somerset confirmed for 2011 tourney

LONDON, CMC – Hampshire and Somerset, the top two sides in the English Twenty20 Championship, have confirmed their participation in the Caribbean T20 Championship to be staged next January in Antigua and Barbados.


- AND 1’s fly past Guyana’s All Stars 101-55

The AND 1 Streetball team brought the curtain down on Wildfire Entertainment’s All-Star Basketball Weekend Sunday night with their 101-55 annihilation of Wildfire Entertainment’s Guyana All-Star team.

Gayle floors Sri Lanka with brilliant double ton

GALLE, Sri Lanka, CMC – A rampaging Chris Gayle uncorked his third Test double century and his highest score on foreign soil, to spearhead a fabulous West Indies batting effort on the opening day of the first Test against Sri Lanka here yesterday.

Trevon Griffith notches up another first division century

West Indies under-19 opener Trevon Griffith notched up another first division century for Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) over the weekend while his teammate Totaram Bishun again took over 10 wickets in the Carib Beer Heroes Cup two-day first division cricket competition at the Queenstown ground.

Daly-Ramdyhan and Miller are mixed doubles champions

Jeremy Miller and Shelly Daly-Ramdyhan on Sunday defeated Krystal Sukra and Andy Gouveia to win the mixed doubles competition of the Pegasus Open lawn tennis tournament at the hotel’s courts.

Suns nail 22 three pointers to beat Lakers

LOS ANGELES, (Reuters) – The Phoenix Suns made 22  three-pointers, the second highest in an NBA game, to beat two-time defending champion Los Angeles Lakers 121-116 on Sunday.

Lewis is 18 years and under champ

Gavin Lewis gained his first boys’ singles 18 years  and under champion title as the Guyana Lawn Tennis Association Pegasus Open continued on Sunday.

Guinness Greatest of the Streets

Round two wraps up tonight The second round of the recently commenced Guinness Greatest of the Street Futsal competition will wrap up tonight with eight matches at the Culture Centre Tarmac, Mandela Avenue from 6pm.

Flora GCC of Guyana retains hockey title in T/dad

Flora Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) Spartans hockey club retained their Under-21 women’s title at the fifth Shandy Carib Magnolias Indoor hockey tournament at the Woodbrook Youth Facility, in Trinidad on Saturday.

Kallis, Amla combine to put South Africa on top

DUBAI, (Reuters) –  Pakistan face an uphill battle to  save the first test after closing the fourth day on 109 for two  after being set a formidable winning target of 450 by South  Africa yesterday.

Krsikal Persaud takes the lead

Two time national men’s Open chess champion Kriskal Persaud is in the lead after four completed rounds of the National Closed Chess tournament which commenced Saturdaty at the Ocean Spray Hotel.