WELLINGTON, (Reuters) – Peter Fulton and Kane Williamson guided New Zealand through to 77 for one in their second innings at the close of play on the third day of the second test at the Basin Reserve yesterday though England were firmly in control of the match.
The West Indies Cricket Board today announced that the 7th round Regional Super50 match between Guyana and Jamaica will be played as a day/night encounter at the Guyana National Stadium in Providence on April 7th.
- GAPF junior, novices, powerlifters in action today in B/ce
The crème de la crème of Guyana’s first time and under-23 powerlifters are set to transform the New Amsterdam Multilateral School into a battle ground when this year’s annual juniors and novices powerlifting championships are staged today.
Former Bishops’ High School student Ashley Tasher hopes to soar ahead of the competition when she makes her debut at the XLII CARIFTA Games which will be held at the Thomas Robinson Stadium in Nassau, The Bahamas from March 28- April 1.
The Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG) says the failure of the previous executive of the Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG) to produce audited financial statements to the new executive has hampered its ability to determine its financial status.
WELLINGTON, (Reuters) – Matt Prior produced an exceptional counter-attacking innings then Stuart Broad captured two wickets in successive balls as England took control of the second test against New Zealand by the close of play of the second day yesterday.
The curtain will come down today to signal the end of the Farfan and Mendes first division hockey tournament and raise to herald the opening of the John Fernandes Insurance Service second division competition at the Georgetown Cricket Club ground.
Transport Sports Club will face a stern test from the Guyana Defence Force at the Malteenoes Sports Club ground today and tomorrow when the Hadi’s World Incorporated sponsored Georgetown Cricket Association first division, two-day cricket competition continues this weekend with three matches.
(Reuters) – Misbah-ul-Haq played a captain’s innings with an unbeaten 57 as he steered Pakistan to a six-wicket victory over South Africa in the rain-affected second one-day international at Centurion yesterday.