The Rose Hall Jammers and prospect Keon Britton earned the marquee accolades when the Guyana Boxing Association (GBA) staged its Pepsi/Mike Parris School Boys and Juniors championships yesterday at the Andrew ‘Sixhead’ Lewis Gym.
Waramuri and Bartica recorded lopsided wins in the girls and boys’ divisions respectively when the ExxonMobil U14 Football Championships continued yesterday at the National Insurance Scheme ground, Carifesta Avenue.
Derrick White scored on a tip-in just before the buzzer sounded and the Boston Celtics forced a Game 7 with a solid 104-103 victory over the host Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference finals on Saturday night.
NEW DELHI, (Reuters) – The final of the Indian Premier League (IPL) will be played today after heavy rain in Ahmedabad did not allow a single ball to be bowled in the contest between champions Gujarat Titans and heavyweights Chennai Super Kings yesterday.
PARIS, (Reuters) – The famously fickle Paris crowd made themselves heard on the opening day of the French Open, booing when Ukraine’s Marta Kostyuk refused to shake hands after her first-round defeat by Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus yesterday.
Powerhouses and league contenders Western Tigers and the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) maintained their perfect record in the KFC Elite Football League, defeating Buxton United and Den Amstel respectively on Saturday evening.
The Guyana Football Federation’s (GFF) Consolidated Financial Statements for 2022 as well as the 2023 Amended Budget were approved yesterday by the regional member associations, elite clubs, and affiliate entities during the Ordinary Congress which was staged at the National Training Centre, Providence.
President of the Pan American Mixed Martial Arts Federation Jason Fraser has applauded Nazar Mohamed, proprietor of Mohamed’s Enterprise, for being one of the primary stakeholders in the development of the local MMA landscape.
National player Jasmine Billingy played unbeaten Friday to cart off the girls’ 13-years-and-under category when the National Sports Commission Independence table tennis tournament got underway at the National Gymnasium.
Dynamic FC, Buxton Stars and Haslington recorded contrasting wins when the East Coast Demerara leg of the National Milling Company (NAMILCO) U17 football competition continued Friday at the National Training Centre, Providence.
Swag Entertainment, Goodfellas, R9, and Quiet Storm were among the winners in the men’s section whilst Dynamo and Speightland clinched victories in the women’s division when the Linden ‘One Guyana’ Beach Football Championship continued on Friday evening outside the PPP/C office in Mackenzie.
If there is any boxing aficionado who thinks that the upcoming `Return of the Scorpio’ boxing card will be all about Elton Dharry or Dexter Marques and not necessarily in that order, he or for that matter she, should think again.
Colts and University of Guyana (UG) Trojans recorded dissimilar wins when the Georgetown Amateur Basketball Association ‘Fundraiser U23 Matches’ were staged on Friday evening at the Burnham Court, Parade Ground.
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic, CMC – A first-half double from Anabelle Chukwu sank Jamaica’s Reggae Girls, as Canada put them to the sword with a 4-0 drubbing in their opening game of the CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 Championship.
Defending boys’ division winners Charlestown suffered their first loss going down to Westminster whilst Bartica and Waramuri clinched commanding wins in the girl’s section in the ExxonMobil U14 Football Championship yesterday at the National Insurance Scheme (NIS) ground, Carifesta Avenue.