With the launching of the 19th annual Kashif and Shanghai Tournament less than three weeks away, the Kashif and Shanghai (K&S) organization seems to be ahead in getting all systems in place to ensure another efficiently run competition.
The curtains will go up in the fifth annual Diamond Mineral Water Indoor Hockey Festival this evening with four matches at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.
East Ruimveldt Basketball Court hosted another night of exciting matches in the Guinness “Greatest in de Street” four-a-side football tournament Tuesday evening.
Henry slams 110 for Tutorial Academy – Jackson grabs 6-12 The jointly sponsored Ministry of Education/National Sports Commission/Guyana Cricket Board/Guyana Teachers’ Union Secondary School Under-15, 40 overs–a-side cricket competition continued recently in Districts 5, 6 and 15.
The stage is set for the Cavaliers Sports and Tour Club (CSTC) ‘Walk for Life’ race walking competition which is set for this Sunday, November 30th and is being held in observance of World AIDS Day.
Led by an enterprising 91 from national middle-order batsman Narsingh Deonarine, Albion Community Centre were able to defeat their arch rivals Port Mourant Community Centre by 60 runs to regain the Balram Shane trophy last Sunday.
Visa problems ground West Indies players;WICB hastens to explain delay Nothing is ever quite like it seems with the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB).
By Rawle Toney The second leg of this year’s Inter-Guiana Games (IGG) which was to be held in Kourou, French Guiana from November 28-30 has been postponed owing to unrest in that country.
The Ministry of Sports and Banks DIH sponsored Upper Demerara Football Association (UDFA) 2008 league will resume on Friday at the Mackenzie Sports Club ground (MSC) in Linden.
-with three rounds to go Errol Tiwari and David Khan lead the points standings in the senior category of the national Closed chess championships while Taffin Khan has the junior category already in the bag with three rounds to go.
Platinum Gullyside Warriors will clash with Unknown Warriors while Klassic Superstars will take on Mighty Rulers today at the Bartica Community Centre Ground in the semi-finals of the Bartica Football Association (BFA) Super Eight football tournament.
Canada’s national cricket team went home licking its wounds after going down to a New Line Cavaliers All Star cricket team on Saturday which pulled off a four-run victory in their 20/20 fixture at the Canal Number Two Sports Club ground.
Ladies group promises to be a scorcher The ladies competition in this year’s Diamond Mineral Water International Indoor Hockey Festival promises to be very exciting as defending champions Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) will be going all out to retain their title against tough opposition when the tournament bullies off tomorrow at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.
By Rawle Toney Guyana has sent in its bid to host matches during the 20/20 World Cup competition which will be held for the first time in the Caribbean in 2010.
The Georgetown Cricket Club’s under-21 indoor ladies’ hockey team surprised all by taking the gold medal at the Magnolias Indoor hockey tournament played in Port-of-Spain Trinidad over the weekend.Despite being the underdogs to Raiders, winners of the opposing pool, the GCC girls came from one goal down to pull off an exciting and well-deserved 2-1 victory. Raiders, fielding a strong line-up littered with under-21 national players who recently competed in the Pan American Junior Championships in Mexico, had the advantage of experience and age on their side. The young GCC team however, fielding four players under the age of 17, managed to weather the nervous opening five minutes to bring the game onto even keel.
By Rawle Toney Guyana’s female track star Alika Morgan added silverware to her collection after winning the fifth annual Srefidensi Suriname Marathon last Saturday in the Dutch speaking country.
Warren `Forty’ Mc Kay dominated the field to take the ninth annual Diamond Mineral Water (DMW) 50-mile cycle road race last Sunday.
Sequin of the Jumbo Jet stable continued its dominance in the C class event and along with Finish Touch who had two clinical runs to finish off his opponents were the highlights of the day at the Anjue and Hamlet Park, Mahaicony end-of-year horse race meet last Sunday.
Albion and RHTWSB advance to B’ce zone final Both Albion Community Centre (ACC) and Rose Hall Town Windies Sports Bar (RHTWSB) have a score to settle when the two clash in the Berbice zone of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB)/Gafoors nationwide first division 2020 competition.
Bailey steers Achievers into semifinal A solid all round performance from Arthley Bailey steered Achievers Cricket Club to a 60-run victory over Rainbow Cricket Club when action in the West Berbice Cricket Association (WBCA)/Regency Suites/ Buddy’s International Hotel Under-23 limited overs competition continued last weekend.
Trinidad and Tobago humiliated Barbados by seven wickets at the Guyana National Stadium at Providence last night to claim the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) 2008 President’s Cup limited overs championship.
Akeem Kanhai is the man By Rawle ToneyAt just 17-years-old, Akeem Kanhai faces the biggest challenge of his young basketball career when the second leg of this year’s inter Guiana Games bounces off in French Guiana on November 28.
Rangers Sports and Wolf Warriors continued their terrific form and it has this far gotten them both into the Guyana Softball League (GSL) organized Memorex enterprise 15over Softball League Tournament.
By Eion Jardine The biggest thing that boxing has taught me is that perception is reality in that how you conduct your life is how you are going to be perceived.
LEAP to pump over three million dollars into this year’s tourney The Linden Economic Advancement Programme (LEAP) will contribute over three million dollars to this year’s Kashif and Shanghai tournament.