Guyana secures Long Range title

Team Guyana secured the Milex/Crown Mining Cup Long Range Team Title when the West Indies Fullbore Shooting Council (WIFBSC) Championship continued yesterday at the Timehri Rifle Ranges.

Chanderpaul, spinners carry E’bo closer to maiden C/ship

A well-crafted century from veteran Shivnarine Chanderpaul followed by a meticulous bowling effort from the Essequibo’s spinners, carried the Cinderella County side within reach of their first major title when stumps was called on day two of their final round clash against West Demerara at Tuschen, yesterday.

Jacobs slices through SL to set up innings triumph

FLORENCE HALL, Jamaica,  CMC – Leg-spinner Damion Jacobs snatched a six-wicket haul to propel West Indies A to a crushing innings and 13-run victory over Sri Lanka A, on the final day of the opening four-day “Test” here  yesterday.

Taylor fifty sees Windies to series win

TAROUBA, Trinidad, CMC – Captain Stafanie Taylor’s 28th One-Day International half-century was enough to steer West Indies Women to a comfortable seven-wicket victory over Sri Lanka Women and an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series here Friday night.

Grove Hi Tech, Mocha secure lopsided wins

EBFA U11 league

Grove Hi-Tech, Herstelling Raiders and Mocha secured lopsided wins when the Ralph Green/East Bank Football Association (EBFA) U11 league continued yesterday at the Grove Community ground.

GFA kicks off season today with a tripleheader

The Georgetown Football Association (GFA) will officially kick-off their 2017/2018 season today with the start of the Premier League at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground, Bourda.

Upper Corentyne defeat Georgetown by five wickets 

——khan, Ali Mohamed stroke centuries in East Coast, East Bank clash 

Upper Corentyne defeated Georgetown while East Coast is on the brink of earning first innings honours over East Cast after day two of the final round of the Guyana Cricket Board, Jaguars three – day Franchise league, yesterday.

Floodlights throws down the gauntlet to Albion Masters

In preparation for the seventh annual Guyana Softball Cup which takes place November 3-5 four teams will participate in a specially arranged over 45 years of age cricket tournament today at the Jai Hind ground, Albion, Berbice.

UG, GCC record wins 

The University of Guyana (UG) and the Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC), yesterday recorded wins in the latest round of the Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA) Noble House Seafoods, second-division 40 – overs competition.

Hockey teams eye 2018 World Cup spots

By Noelle Smith With the Indoor Pan American Cup hockey tournament set to bully off on Monday at the Cliff Anderson Sports hall, Canada’s national hockey teams plan not only to defend the titles they won in 2014 in Uruguay but also to secure spots for the 2018 World Cup since the male and female team winners will automatically qualify for the World Cup.

Windies included in innovative ICC Test league

DUBAI,  CMC – Fears West Indies would be relegated into a second tier of Test cricket were yesterday allayed when the former World champions were included in a nine-team Test League scheduled to begin in 2019.

Boxing meeting to go ahead without AIBA’s Executive Director

Today’s proposed meeting with regional boxing administrators and representatives from the American Boxing Confederation at the National Resource Centre will go ahead as planned although William Louis-Marie, AIBA’s Executive Director will not be present.

De Silva hundred not enough as Windies A take control

FLORENCE HALL, Jamaica,  CMC – Skipper Dhananjaya de Silva struck his 11th first class hundred but West Indies A still managed to restrict Sri Lanka A on the penultimate day of the first four-day “Test” here yesterday.

Third T20 between India and Australia called off

(Reuters) – The three-match Twenty20 international series between India and Australia ended 1-1 after the final match was abandoned without a ball being bowled, due to a wet outfield in Hyderabad yesterday.