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Lewis successfully completes USOC ICECP coaching course

One of Guyana’s top table tennis coaches has recently upped his knowledge about the coaching aspect of the game. Idi Lewis, a former Caribbean men’s singles bronze medal winner turned coach has successfully completed the International Coaching Enrichment Certificate Programme (ICECP) run by the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) in partnership with the University of Delaware and the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

WICB in no-win situation over Narine

  There are striking similarities in the West Indies Cricket Board’s suspension of Sunil Narine for the forthcoming home Tests against New Zealand and that of Desmond Haynes 19 years ago, prior to the 1995 series against Australia.

Skipper Ramdin wants bigger effort from batsmen

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Newly appointed West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin has expressed concern over his side’s batting, and wants to see a bigger effort in that department before the first Test against New Zealand which bowls off in eight days.

Unstoppable Nadal marches on in Paris

PARIS, (Reuters) – Rafa Nadal once again showed he is the man to beat at the French Open after putting down a brief rebellion from Argentine Leonardo Mayer to win 6-2 7-5 6-2 and reach the fourth round despite a sore back yesterday.

Breakaway faction set to hijack GFF presidency today

-Says they will reconvene GFF Congress today and have notified GFF President Matthias, FIFA, CONCACAF and CFU

In what seems a clear attempt to hijack the presidency of the Guyana Football federation (GFF) six associations/affiliates of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) have decided to reconvene the aborted Congress of the GFF today at the Waterchris Hotel and Bar from 10am.

Donald Sterling to sue NBA for $1 billion

-after wife’s Clippers deal

LOS ANGELES, (Reuters) – Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, under fire for racist remarks, will sue the National Basketball Association for $1 billion in damages for terminating his ownership of the team, his attorney said yesterday.

ECB and Downton issue Pietersen apology

(Reuters) – The England and Wales Cricket Board and their managing director Paul Downton have apologised to Kevin Pietersen regarding comments he made about the former England captain earlier this month, British media reported yesterday.

UDCA president returned to the helm at AGM

Upper Demerara Cricket Association (UDCA) President Bradley Fredericks who was recently re-elected to the post at the club’s AGM highlighted the importance of unity in the operations of the Cricket Administration Bill.

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