Azad Azeez blasted five fours and three sixes scoring a blistering 56 to lead Rocky XI to a convincing 75 run defeat of Stewartville in the Muslim Youth Organization/DOCOL 15-over softball competition in West Demerara.
United States and Scotland football scouts have expressed a desire to have members of the national football team, nicknamed `Golden Jaguars’, try out for professional contracts in their respective countries.
Six weeks away from the World Cup, the first in the Caribbean, it should be an excellent chance for some late fine-tuning against familiar opponents over whom they have established a psychological advantage.
President of the Guyana Amateur Boxing Association (GABA) Affeeze Khan is leading by example with his sponsorship of three of Guyana’s top amateur boxers who will be taking part in a tournament in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad today and tomorrow.
A new track and field club comprising some of the top sprinters, middle distance and distance athletes in Guyana is expected to take the country by storm soon.
President of the club, Devin Munroe told Stabroek Sport in an interview on Wednesday that the club is using whatever “little” resources are available to develop the venue while the Local Organising Committee (LOC) is to come forward with assistance.
Seventeen national associations have submitted nominations for the 2006 National Sports Awards and according to Director of Sports Neil Kumar, selecting the winners for the various awards might be a difficult task for the panel of judges.
The Cavaliers Sports and Tour Club (CSTC) will show their gratitude and appreciation by means of a race walk on Sunday January 28 in memory of the late veteran race walker Lennox “Engine” Jacobs.
The Guyana Darts Association (GDA) will host its first darts tournament for 2007 tomorrow at the Guyana Motor Racing Sports Club, (GMRSC) Woolford Avenue.
National rugby football coach, Sherlock Solomon is optimistic about the chances of the five local players in West Indies 16-man squad making the final 12 that will compete in the USA World Sevens tournament next month.
Bush Lot Sports Club cricketers will throw down the gauntlet to the touring American Cricket Society cricket team in a feature Twenty20 match today.
The `Golden Jaguars’ find themselves in a must-win situation today when they come up against Cuba in a fixture of the 2006/7 Digicel Caribbean Cup Football Tournament at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella, Trinidad and Tobago.
The Annual Mayor’s Cup Football tournament will kick off on January 26 with a double header at the GFC ground, Bourda.
The Rose Hall Town Farfan and Mendes (RHT-FM) under-15 team was led to a tense victory over Port Mourant through an exciting unbroken eight wicket partnership worth 18 runs between Rohan Sookram and Surendra Kissoonlall off 23 balls on Sunday at the area “H” ground.
The Demerara Umpires and Scorers Association will be holding its Annual General Meeting at the Clerical and Commercial Workers Union office on Sunday.
The Guyana Taekwondo Association promises to intensify its training programme for both its junior and senior athletes who are expected to represent the association at several overseas tournaments this year.
The Athletic Association of Guyana (AAG) has tipped President’s College Physical Education teacher and International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) level one coach, Keith Smith, as the likely replacement for the late Ken Elexey.
The Busta second-division limited-overs final is scheduled for Saturday at the Everest Sports Club ground.
The Guyana Amateur Swimming Association’s (GASA) swimming instructors course, carried in Stabroek Sport as beginning today, will be held on February 17 and 18 as a precursor to an International Swimming Association (FINA) coaching clinic.
The Georgetown Cricket Association under-19 cricket limited over cricket competition continues tomorrow when Everest Sports Club takes on the Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) at the Everest Sports Club ground on Camp Road.
Minister responsible for Sport and chairman of the Local Organising Committee Dr. Frank Anthony has said that volunteers are necessary for the hosting of mega events.
Davertate Anandjit was re-elected president of the East Coast Umpires Association (ECUA) which held its annual general meeting and elections Sunday at the Lusignan Community Centre ground.
The East Bank Football Association (EBFA) has short-listed a 22-member senior squad to train for the GFF Guyflag senior Inter Association Football Tourna-ment which kicks off on February 3 in Essequibo.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Jan 16, CMC – Nigel Codrington hit a hattrick to spur Guyana to a 4-3 win over Guadeloupe and put them on the brink of a semifinal spot in the Digicel Caribbean Cup last night.
By Edison JeffordFormer captain of the Guyana senior rugby team, Theodore Henry and Claudius Butts assured their local counterparts yesterday that the five Guyanese in the West Indies’ Rugby 16-man squad will make the final 12 for the San Diego tour.