KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – If the West Indies are to overcome Bangladesh in today’s final Test match, their batsmen will have to convert their starts into big scores.
TAUNTON, England, July 11, CMC – A five-wicket haul from Raymon Reifer has put the West Indies A in firm control after the second day of the second four-day “Test” against India.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Two-time defending champions Trinidad and Tobago began their title defense in the Windies Under-17 Championships in fine fashion, dismissing Barbados by 154 runs on Tuesday.
Executive Committee (EC) Member of AIBA, Steve Ninvalle is currently in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates to attend a two-day EC meeting which starts today.
QUIMPER, France, (Reuters) – World champion Peter Sagan was the stage favourite and he duly delivered yesterday, powering to his second win on this year’s Tour de France with a perfectly-timed effort.
(OPTA) – Results from the Grand Slam, Wimbledon Men’s Singles matches yesterday ..
Shomari Wiltshire and Michael Alphonso were the lone Guyanese title winners in the singles category in the 2018 edition of the Junior Caribbean Area Squash Association (CASA) tournament after capturing the boys’ U15 and U13 titles respectively, yesterday in Jamaica.
Head coach of Guyana’s senior basketball team, Junior Hercules believes that it was the hunger and the determination to win that led to the team qualifying for the AmeriCup pre-qualifier championships in Suriname recently.
Sarah Klautky secured the girls U14 title in the Touch Tuina Blue Mountain Caribbean junior tennis championships in Jamaica while she partnered with Afruica Gentle to finish runners up in the girls Open doubles.
The Guyana Football Federation (GFF), has appointed a three-member committee of Chairman Trevor Williams, Major Shem Fung and Nolan Lancaster to serve as the Interim Management Committee of the Georgetown Football Association (GFA).
Marian Academy chess champion Ethan Lee continued his impressive 2018 form with another convincing win at the Wendell Meusa Chess Foundation (WMCF) tournament last weekend.
Shabika Gajnabi continues to make her mark in Caribbean women’s cricket with her latest exhibition of skill and talent to come in the Courts Grand Slam T20 later this month in Trinidad and Tobago, a competition she is thrilled to be a part of.
A solid all-round performance from Andrew Samaroo saw School of the Nations bounce back from a first round loss to defeat Christchurch Foundation by six wickets in the Sir Garfield Sobers International Schools Tournament yesterday in Barbados.
Perennial giant Vehicle Workshop stormed their way into the final of the Michael Perreira Inter-Department dominoes competition following a semi-final victory on Monday at the Thirst Park Sports Club.
LONDON (Reuters) – For 35 minutes on Centre Court Serena Williams was knocked off her stride by a feisty Italian who looked as though she had ripped a page from the American’s tennis manual.
ST PETERSBURG (Reuters) – Samuel Umtiti’s 51st-minute header sent France into the World Cup final with a ruthless 1-0 win over Belgium in an absorbing first semi-final yesterday.
REPINO, Russia (Reuters) – England manager Gareth Southgate says he is not about to change his team’s approach for Wednesday’s World Cup semi-final against Croatia, saying he wants the “same again” from his young side.
AUNTON, England, CMC – A fighting century from West Indies A captain Shamarh Brooks led a West Indies A fightback, but honours were left evenly shared at the end of the opening day of the second four-day “Test” against India yesterday.
ST JOHN’s, Antigua, CMC – As the West Indies women continue their preparations for the upcoming Women’s World Twenty20 Championships, four newcomers have been added to a 20-member squad currently in training.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – A hamstring injury has forced West Indies fast bowler Kemar Roach to miss the second Test against Bangladesh which begins tomorrow at Sabina Park, Jamaica.
Shomari Wiltshire, Abosaide Cadogan and Michael Alphonso are the Guyanese title contenders in this year’s edition of the Junior Caribbean Area Squash Association (CASA) tournament after winning their semi-final matches yesterday in Jamaica.
By Ras Wadada The remaining four match-days among the last standing four teams promise to provide the four best matches of Russia 2018 since the two places to contest the grand finale are up for grabs.
School of the Nations lost their opening match of the Sir Garfield Sobers International Schools Cricket Tournament in Barbados, going down by seven wickets to Queen’s College Barbados yesterday.
The future generation of the country’s cycling continues to be shepherded by national cycling coach, Hassan Mohammed, who rolled out the 42nd Teach Them Young Cycling programme at the inner circuit of the National Park, Thomas Lands yesterday.
The Guyana national U17 cricket team will face their first challenge on their quest to bring this country its maiden title in the Cricket West Indies Regional Under-17 tournament in Trinidad and Tobago.
Western Tigers reclaimed the top spot in the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) ‘Elite league’, crushing Milerock of Linden 4-1 on Sunday at the National Track and Field Centre, Leonora Daniel Wilson registered a double in the third and 56th minute, while Quason McAulay and Kareem Knights scored in the 32nd and 45th minute respectively.
It is official, Guyana now has a body to govern and promote the Olympic sport of wrestling.
It is crunch time for the local sportsmen, women and officials who will attend the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games which will be held in Barranquilla, Colombia in nine days.
LONDON, CMC – Trinidad and Tobago opening batsman Evin Lewis dropped two spots but still remains the highest ranked West Indian, while Samuel Badree maintained his rank when the ICC released its latest T20I player rankings yesterday.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Defending champion Roger Federer stayed on course for a record ninth Wimbledon title yesterday as he thumped Frenchman Adrian Mannarino 6-0 7-5 6-4 to reach the quarter-finals.
(Reuters) – Depleted Australia have concerns over another possible injury to one of their test players with long-serving batsman Shaun Marsh sustaining a shoulder problem while playing in a Twenty20 match for Glamorgan in Cardiff on Sunday.
TORONTO, Canada, CMC – Keiron Pollard and Carlos Brathwaite both produced good performances to lead their respective teams to victory when the Global T20 Canada competition continued on Sunday.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Trinidad and Tobago will be looking for a third successive title when the West Indies Under-17 championships bowls off today.
HARARE, (Reuters) – Opener Fakhar Zaman smashed a career-best 91 from 46 balls as Pakistan defeated Australia by six wickets in a record run chase to lift the tri-series trophy at the Harare Sports Club in Zimbabwe on Sunday.
BRISTOL, England, (Reuters) – Rohit Sharma’s superb unbeaten century led India to a seven-wicket win over England in a run-filled third and final Twenty20 international on Sunday to earn the touring side a 2-1 victory in the series.
Co-captains, Alexander Cheeks and Rebecca Low established Guyana’s presence at the 2018 edition of the Junior Caribbean Area Squash Association (CASA) tournament by recording first and second round wins in Jamaica yesterday.
Assistant Director of Sport, Melissa Dow-Richardson says the first draft of the National Sports Policy (NSP) is open to anyone who would like to give their input.
The Banks DIH Limited in collaboration with the Guyana National Dominoes Federation Inter-Corporation tournament two day competition will end Sunday at Transport Sports Club at Thomas Lands.
With Essequibo winning their maiden Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) Franchise three-day tournament last year the team began training with an eye on a successful title defence according to reports, an order was given for the preparations to be stopped.
National chess champion Wendell Meusa Chess will be staging a Summer Camp from today until August 3 at the American University for Peace Studies, at Lot 135 Sheriff & Fourth Street, Campbellville.
The Berbice Cricket Board (BCB), through outspoken President Hilbert Forster, is calling out Cricket West Indies (CWI) as well as the Guyana Cricket Board over their selection policies.
In an effort to improve the overall scope of the competition, the final night of the Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ National Championship on August 4th will be staged at the National Stadium, Providence.
Following a false start on Saturday, the 6th edition of the GT-Beer ‘Keep Ya Five Alive’ Championship will officially kick-off on Thursday at the National Gymnasium.
Buxton, Chase Academy and St. John’s College were among the teams to seal quarterfinal berths in the Boys Division, when the ExxonMobil U14 Championship continued saturday at the Ministry of education ground, Carifesta Avenue.
Timehri Panthers and Diamond Upsetters secured convincing wins when the inaugural East Bank Football Association (EBFA)/Juicy Juice U13 Championship commenced yesterday at the Timehri ground Timehri Panthers made light work of Kuru-Kururu 6-0.
SILVERSTONE, England, CMC – Lewis Hamilton shook off a first-lap collision which left him last and drove superbly to finish second in his home Grand Prix, as Ferrari archrival Sebastian Vettel won at Silverstone here yesterday.
ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – Captain Jason Holder has praised his side’s “clinical” all-round performance which earned them an emphatic innings and 219-run victory over Bangladesh in the opening Test here Friday.
LONDON, CMC – Opener Kraigg Brathwaite and Kemar Roach have surged into the top 20 of the ICC Players rankings following outstanding performances in the just concluded opening Test against Bangladesh.
TORONTO, Canada, CMC – Superstar Chris Gayle fired for the first time, smashing a half-century to help Vancouver Knights deal West Indies B their first defeat of the Global T20 Canada league here yesterday.
MOSCOW, (Reuters) – Belgium will be deeply disappointed if they fail to win the World Cup, defender Thomas Vermaelen said yesterday, in the first direct acknowledgement of the team’s belief in their ability to emerge triumphant in Russia.