The annual Masters Cup and 10/10 female softball cricket competitions sponsored by Kubota Industrial Generators and Engines and Tohatsu Outboards and organized by the Guyana Floodlights Cricket Association (GFCA) will bowl off on September 12 at various venues throughout Guyana.
The Nets rebounded well from their defeat at the hands of the Guyana Defence Force on Wednesday night to blowout the Macabees 71-34 in the Pepsi Street Series Open and Division Three leagues at the Burnham Basketball Court, Thursday night.
BRISTOL, England, CMC – Teenaged Leeward Islands batsman Chesney Hughes stroked a masterful, unbeaten 96 to help set up Derbyshire’s stunning 54-run win over Gloucestershire inside two days on Wednesday.
ROSEAU, Dominica, CMC – West Indies off-spinner Shane Shillingford says he is elated to have been offered a central retainer contract from the West Indies Cricket Board.
Ramnaresh Sarwan yesterday broke his silence on being overlooked for a West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) retainer contract because he was not fit enough by stating that he was not surprised by the decision.
TAUNTON, England, (Reuters) – Pakistan test captain Salman Butt and opening bowlers Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif face possible life bans after they were charged yesterday under the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) anti-corruption code.
The Guyana Netball Association’s Senior Netball Tournament begins today at the Mandela Gymnasium from 15:45 and spectators can expect to be thrilled as Emanie and All Stars, believed to be the two top teams, take to the court.
The Guyana Defence Force basketball team struck from behind in the final quarter of their game against the Nets to seize a 49-40 points win when the teams met in the Pepsi Street Series on Wednesday evening at the Burnham Court.
Waning in the penultimate position in Monday’s round robin matches, team Uchiha won their way through Tuesday night’s elimination round at the St Stanislaus College Forum to emerge the ultimate winner of the advanced division of the Junior Hockey Summer Camp as the exercise came to a close.
The 2010 Ministry of Culture, Youth & Sport Mahdia Inter-Block Football Competition kicks off this evening at the Mahdia ground.
MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – Any players found guilty of being involved in match-fixing or any other form of illegality related to gambling in cricket should be banned for life, former Australian spinner Shane Warne has said.
NEW YORK, (Reuters) – Andy Murray sent an ominous warning to his U.S.
NEW YORK, (Reuters) – A year ago, Kim Clijsters was the mom in the spotlight at the U.S.
The Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports/National Sports Commission’s first ever East Coast Under-17 Cricket Camp, which was held at the Enterprise Busta Sports Club, came to a close yesterday with two cricket matches played by the participants in the three-day camp.
ISTANBUL, (Reuters) – The World Championship first knockout round is poised to produce a pair of classics after Serbia beat Argentina 84-82 in an enthralling Group A match yesterday to set up a meeting with Balkan neighbours Croatia.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Fast bowler Graham Onions is expected to be out of action for a further nine months once he undergoes back surgery next week, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said yesterday.
NEW DELHI, (Reuters) – The Pakistan spot-fixing scandal has once again shone the spotlight on illegal betting in the sub-continent and reopened the debate on the legalisation of gambling in India.
(Barbados Nation) There is a call for all Guyanese nationals living in Barbados to come out in their numbers and support the Guyana team of Ansil Norville and Vanessa Robinson when the bell sounds at the 2010 AIBA World Women Boxing Championships at the Wildey Gymnasium next Thursday.
MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – Opening batsman Phillip Hughes has returned from a dislocated shoulder while wicketkeeper Brad Haddin remains unavailable for Australia after selectors confirmed their test squad for two matches in India next month.
Guyanese medium-pacer Subrina Munroe gained the regional selectors’ nod as one of two newcomers in the 14-member West Indies Women’s squad that will contest the International Cricket Council Challenge in Potchefstroom, South Africa next month.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – Jamaican sprinter Yohan Blake, who pulled up during his 100m victory over American Justin Gatlin at Tuesday’s Palio della Quercia meet in Rovereto, Italy, has called a premature end to his season.
The Beepat Scorpions notched a 71-52 victory over the Colours Panthers last evening in the Pepsi Street Series Division Three and Open Leagues at the Burnham Basketball Court.
WELLINGTON, (Reuters) – Martin Snedden glances across the far left corner of his harbour-side office to the digital clock above the entrance to Rugby New Zealand 2011’s 11th-floor Wellington headquarters.
-GRFU’s Nascimento says money will go a long way By Floyd Christie President Bharrat Jagdeo on Tuesday at State House contributed $5m towards the national rugby Sevens team’s preparations for the upcoming 2010 Commonwealth Games to be held in New Delhi, India on October 11 and 12.
– but sponsors coming up short By Marlon Munroe Guyana Amateur Bodybuilding and Fitness Federation (GABBFF) Senior National Championships dubbed ‘Mission of Mega Proportions’ will go ahead as planned on September 12 but president of the association Fiona Harris is disheartened that more sponsors have not come on board.