Guyana and West Indies middle order batsman Narsingh Deonarine was named the Senior Cricketer of the Year 2007 when the Berbice Cricket Board of Control (BCBC) held its first awards ceremony last Saturday at the J.C.
Wes Hall has good reason to remember Norman O’Neil who died in Sydney yesterday, aged 71, after a long battle with cancer.
The Odle XI outplayed Crosse XI in two of the three trial matches organized by the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) and played at the National Stadium, Providence over the weekend in an attempt to have a closer look at the best possible side to represent Guyana at this year’s Regional Clico Under-15 cricket tournament slated for Dominica from 15th -24th March.
Kristian Jeffrey outclassed all of his opponents to complete an emphatic victory in the ‘A’ category of the Toucan Industries Mash junior squash tournament which concluded on Sunday at the Georgetown Club.
The Maccabees Basketball Club recorded their second major win in the Georgetown Amateur Basketball Assoc-iation Bryden’s second division league on Sunday evening when they completed a 33-point victory against Pioneers.
Senior national road race champion Alonzo Greaves outsprinted his more illustrious rivals including defending champion Warren Mc Kay (who had to settle for the runner up spot) to win the 11th Annual Dr.
Ravens’ guard Kevin Lawrence led all scorers with a 19-point performance as Ravens beat Eagles 63-60 on Saturday where the Georgetown Amateur Basket-ball Association (GABA) Bryden’s second division league continued at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.
NM Security Solutions (NMSS) “A” with 83 games emerged winners of the Edward “Andy” Andrews Memorial Dominoes competition for teams in the Neal and Massy Group in Saturday’s final played at Neal and Massy Staff Club at Ruimveldt.
Madmax with 53 games was declared winners of the National Sports Commission (NSC) sponsored Mashramani dominoes competition for persons with disability in Region Two when the final was played recently at the community-based Rehabilitation Programme Unit in Queenstown, Essequibo Coast.
Tutorial High School and Charlestown Secondary will clash today at the Gandhi Youth Organisation (GYO) ground in Woolford Avenue in the final of the Georgetown zone of the Inter-Secondary Schools Under-19 female limited overs cricket competition.
With improved weather football fans can expect a treat in this evening’s inaugural Banks Premium Beer Cup football final between Sunburst Camptown and Pele at the Tucville Playfield.
As they promised earlier this year, Banks DIH has continued to aid in the development of local sport with a recent contribution to the Masters football tournament which will begin in the next two weeks at the Thirst Park ground.
Rajin Tulkan of Unstoppable and Jagdesh Deosarran of Country Side from Lusignan stole the spotlight in the latest round of matches for the Trophy Stall 15 overs softball cricket competition last Sunday.
With just days to go before Guyana hosts the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Futsal Football tournament, the local football governing body has reduced the squad to 16 players from which the final 12 players will be named.
It took Keisha Jeffrey the full five games to overcome Ashley Khalil in one of the round robin matches of Category `B’ of the Guyana Squash Association’s Toucan Industries Mash junior squash tournament on Friday night.
Godfrey Munroe used years of experience, roughly two weeks of table work and a stint of weight training to produce an explosive performance of scintillating table tennis as he swept aside all seven of his opponents en route to his second national men’s singles crown.
The Beepat Scorpions will go against the Georgetown Masters in the first of three games planned this evening to resume play in the Georgetown Amateur Basketball Association(GABA) Bryden’s 2nd Division Basketball League.
Berbice’ strangle hold on youth cricket in Guyana was broken yesterday when they lost the Guyana Cricket Board/Castrol sponsored Under-15 Inter county limited overs cricket competition by seven wickets at the National Stadium, Providence yesterday.
Nicholas Narain completed his third straight victory in three nights when he defeated Kayla Jeffrey on Thursday evening in one of the round robin matches of the Guyana Squash Association’s Toucan Industries Mash tournament at the Georgetown Club.
The 11th annual Cheddi Jagan memorial cycle road race sponsored by the ruling People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) and organized by national cycling coach Hassan Mohammed will pedal off tomorrow in the ancient county of Berbice.
National middleweight boxer Lennox Alleyne will soon be campaigning in the United States of America (USA) under a contractual deal that was organized by popular boxing enthusiast in the USA, Cameron Dunkin.
The old adage `save the best for last’ proved a truism on Wednesday when the eight-man round robin finals of the men’s division of the national table tennis championships began at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.
Berbice began their defence of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB)/ Castrol sponsored under-15 Inter-County title with an energetic 106-run win over Essequibo yesterday at the National Stadium, Providence.
The Guyana New York and Pele veteran teams will engage each other in the opening game this evening as play in the Mayor’s 73rd birth anniversary seven-a-side inter-ward/village knockout football tournament returns to Thirst Park from 5pm this afternoon.
Oliver Kear-Downes pulled off a stunning upset over two- time Caribbean under-15 champion Alexander Arjoon on Wednesday evening in the ‘A’ category of the Guyana Squash Association’s Toucan Industries Junior Squash Mash tournament.