Neal and Massy Berbice zone commences today

The Berbice Zone of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) Neal and Massy- sponsored 40 over cricket competition will commence today with five matches spread across the county.

Morgan and Williams to attend Beijing Junior Olympic Camp

By Kiev Chesney Caribbean long distance champion runner Alika Morgan and champion cyclist Geron Williams have been named by the Guyana Olympic Association (GOA) to participate in the ‘Youth Create Future’ Camp which will take place from August 6-17 in Beijing, China.

Christopher Mc Lean aces 125cc category

After two rounds in the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club (GMR&SC) National Race of Champions 16-year old Christopher Mc Lean led the 125cc Motor Cycle class by four points ahead of his competitors.

Percival, Fudadin and Chattergoon highlight latest round in Busta Champion of Champions tournament

An unbeaten half century from former national under-19 captain and Guyana/ Stanford Twenty20 star Andre Percival, a five wicket haul from Abdel Fudadin and a splendid all round performance from West Indies opener Sewnarine Chattergoon were the highlights of the latest round of matches in the 5th Annual Guyana Beverages Limited sponsored Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club (RHTYSB) Busta Champions of Champions tournament played recently in Berbice.

Sport Letter

SN should have recognized Rusal Football Club for their effort Dear Editor, As part of the Linden Town Week celebrations the Mackenzie Sports Club organised a football competition. 

Food for the Poor distributes $150,000.00 in footballs

By Calvin Roberts The Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport (MCYS) in partnership with the National Sports Commission (NSC) has embarked on a community outreach sports development programme targeting youths of some communities.

Chesney for Hampton Games

Multi-talented athlete Kiev Chesney is all set to compete in next week-end’s Hampton games in Trinidad after receiving sponsorship from the Hand-In-Hand Fire and Life Insurance Company.

Skipper Fredericks misses out on ton

Contrasting half centuries from Royan Fredericks and Seon Hetimyer saw Fredericks’s  side to 350 – 8 from 86.4 overs on the second day of the second U-19  three day trial match at the Police Sports Club ground.

Youthful Hikers win twice

The youthful Everest Hikers second-division men’s team registered two victories to join compatriots Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) who also chalked up their second win in as many matches when the John Fernandes Insurance Services Ltd (JFIS) second division hockey league continued over the weekend.

Guyana, Trinidad play to stalemate

-Jamaica wins against  dogged Cayman Islands By Calvin Roberts Host Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago played to an exciting 5-5 draw whilst the defending champions Jamaica wrote their names in the scorers column with a 12-7 victory over debutantes Cayman Islands as action in the Demlife/Tropical Rhythm-sponsored North America West Indies Rugby Association (NAWIRA) Women’s 15-a-side rugby competition hosted by the Guyana Rugby Football Union (GRFU) continued at the National Park yesterday.

Greene looking to qualify for Beijing at Hampton Games

By Kiev Chesney Guyana’s sprint king Rawle Greene will make a last-minute push to qualify for the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympic Games when he competes next weekend at the Hampton International Games in Trinidad.

Griffith impresses selectors

By Kizan Brumell Good, positive stroke play from Trevon Griffith may have dazzled the selectors who were all present at the commencement of the second U-19 cricket trial match at the Police Sports Club ground, Eve Leary, yesterday Inclement weather caused the scheduled first day’s play on Tuesday to be washed out and the weather continued yesterday morning and play finally commenced at 12:30 hrs.

Commonwealth boxing hopefuls up and riding

By Kizan Brumell Six junior boxers training for the Commonwealth Games scheduled to be held in India in October were yesterday aided by relatives of the late Farouk Kalamadeen.

Achievers are Twenty/20 champs

Achievers defeated Bush Lot in the final of the Bush Lot Sports Club Twenty20 cricket competition sponsored by P.

Alpha United upset by GDF

By Kizan Brumell Lots of action, an upset win and draws highlighted the past two rounds of matches when the Georgetown Football Association (GFA) 2008 Cellink Plus first division competition continued at the Tucville ground over the holiday weekend.

Four teams advance in Kazak dominoes

Exodus, Pressure Point, Rage and Frankies have all advanced to the Banks DIH sponsored Kazak Countrywide dominoes playoffs following victories in their respective zone finals played recently.

Corentyne Comprehensive and Canje to clash in Kool Kidz final

By Calvin Roberts Corentyne Comprehensive and Canje Secondary Schools will clash in the final of the inaugural Inter- Secondary School Under-19 Twenty20 competition tomorrow after contrasting victories in their semifinal matches.


– Guyana’s rifle shooters added the short range trophy to the long range one won earlier, to be crowned the undisputed champions of  Caribbean rifle-shooting The Guyana national rifle shooting team defeated all and sundry at the recently concluded Full Bore Championships held at the Twickenham Park Ranges in Jamaica.

Trinidad not taking any team lightly in NAWIRA Women’s 15s tournament

By Calvin Roberts A youthful Trinidad and Tobago Women’s Rugby squad, buoyed by their upset victory over defending champions Jamaica in the first round, is set to engage host Guyana today in their second round clash in the Demlife/Tropical Rhythm-sponsored North American West Indies Rugby Association   (NAWIRA) /Guyana Rugby Football Union (GRFU) Women’s 15-a-side tournament at  the National Park today from 16:00hrs.

TSC resists arrest by Police

By Calvin Roberts Transport Sports Club (TSC) resisted an attempted arrest by Police Sports Club while Malteenoes Sports Club (MSC) and Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) all had convincing victories when the Demerara Cricket Board (DCB) Neal and Massy 40-overs-a-side first division competition continued last weekend in Georgetown.