Stag Beer East Demerara Senior League… Second Round kicks off on Sunday at Victoria

September 11, 2014 | Filed Under Sports 

First round leaders Victoria Kings will enjoy home advantage when the second-round of the Stag Beer sponsored East Demerara Football Association (EDFA) senior league kicks off at the Victoria ground, East Coast Demerara from 16:00hrs Sunday. The Kings, once a formidable team in Guyana carrying the brand of knock-out kings, will be seeking to maintain […]

Nedd’s birth anniversary cricket set for SEPT. 28

September 11, 2014 | Filed Under Sports 

Former National off spinner, coach, Garvin Nedd will be hosting a number of cricket matches on September 28 at the Demerara Cricket Club in observance of his birth anniversary. The action will get underway from 09:00 hrs with a U-15 match, this will be followed by a female, male 10/10 softball matches and a kiddy’s […]

N&S Mattai inaugural Golf Tournament… Deosarran, Sukhram and Bhagwandin emerge champs

September 11, 2014 | Filed Under Sports 

Managing Director Harry Mattai of N&S Mattai and his family were over an hour early for the inaugural N&S Mattai sponsored tournament at the Lusignan golf Club last Sunday. At the end of the competition he declared that his eagerness was rewarded. The performances of the golfers were spectacular, and Mr Mattai is very likely […]

Benn and Brathwaite achieve best rankings

September 11, 2014 | Filed Under Sports 

ICC Media – Dubai, United Arab Emirates – Kemar Roach has broken into the top 10 of the Reliance ICC Player Rankings for Test Bowlers for the first time in his career after steering the West Indies to a 10-wicket victory over Bangladesh in the first Test in Kingstown on Tuesday. Roach has earned 17 […]

Alness Turf Club meet set for Sunday 21st at Alness

September 11, 2014 | Filed Under Sports 

The Alness Turf Club situated at Alness Village Corentyne Berbice is once again gearing to run off another horserace meet. The facility which was once classified as among the best in the country is to hold its second meet for the year. Close to $4.5M up for grabs and a total of seven races are […]

Johnson in second Test squad

September 11, 2014 | Filed Under Sports 

Ramdin wants ‘greener’ pitch for final Test By Sean Devers in St Lucia In Association with Mike’s Pharmacy, Raj Singh Insurance, Universal Sports Store & Carib Beer At 27, left-handed middle order batsman Leon Johnson gets another chance to make his Test debut on Saturday when West Indies oppose Bangladesh in the second and final […]

Courts Furniture Company supports Contender Boxing Card on Saturday

September 11, 2014 | Filed Under Sports 

By Michael Benjamin After weeks of outlandish boasts, the time has finally arrived and several of Guyana’s top boxers will have to put up or shut up when the Guyana Boxing Board of Control (GBBC) stages ‘Battle of the Contenders’ at the Cliff Anderson Sports all (CASH), Saturday. The need for corporate intervention for these […]

GCA tournaments continue this weekend

September 11, 2014 | Filed Under Sports 

The Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA) Hadi’s World City Mall Inc first division and Noble House Sea Foods second division two-day tournaments are to continue on Saturday with several matches. In the first division games which start at 09:30 hrs, GNIC travel to Georgetown Cricket Club with M Yosef Yisrael and Ryan Banwarie umpiring, Demerara Cricket […]

Williams’ 12-wicket haul, Algoo’s 70 ensure Young Warriors reach ‘quarters’

September 11, 2014 | Filed Under Sports 

The Young Warriors Cricket Club team have taken the final quarterfinal spot in the Tenelec Inc 2014 Under-15 Cricket Competition when they registered an outright win over Rose Hall Community Center in their final zone B (New Amsterdam/Canje) preliminary match. They ended up with 18 points and runners up to Tucber Park, joining Blairmont Community […]

Six honoured as BCB launches historicHall of Fame for Administrators

September 11, 2014 | Filed Under Sports 

“We the current leaders of Berbice Cricket Board are pleased to honour you today as it was you who laid the foundation for us to build on. Administrators are always unsung heroes as it is always the cricketers in the spotlight but, today the BCB wants you to know you are all heroes.” Those were […]

Lucrative prizes on offer at Wilbert Benjamin Sports Store’ cycle race on Sept. 20

September 11, 2014 | Filed Under Sports 

All the top cyclists in Guyana are expected to throng to Berbice on Saturday September 20th as preparations have begun for the Irene Benjamin 75th birth anniversary cycle road race. The race is being sponsored by the former national cycling champion and overseas based Guyanese, Wilbert Benjamin and is being organised by the Flying Ace […]

September 28 being used as precursor for CMRA showdown – GMR&SC Boss

September 11, 2014 | Filed Under Sports 

Shortly after sharing a press briefing with Caribbean Motor Racing Association (CMRA) Chairman Ray Rahaman recently, President of the Guyana Motor Racing & Sports Club John Carpenter announced September 28, 2014 as the next scheduled engagement for local drivers. Carpenter was at the time reporting on the performances of the local drivers who participated in […]

>>> Letter to Sports Editor <<< The foreign players Guyana need for the new franchise first-class system

September 11, 2014 | Filed Under Sports 

Dear Editor, Recently the WICB President, Dave Cameron officially announced that for future domestic season’s starting from November, Caribbean players will be allowed to play for other countries, similar to the Caribbean Premier League (CPL). The historic West Indies domestic tradition, of only born nationals playing for the respective sovereign territories is over. Since the turn of […]

Race has destroyed our morality on Rodney’s assassination

September 11, 2014 | Filed Under Letters 

DEAR EDITOR, It is time we examine Rodney’s death from a moral and legal standpoint. The discourse is heavy on the actual event but airy on the moral significance of the positions taken by those who accept that Rodney was killed by the PNC government but view the action of the PNC regime as morally, […]

No Birth Mirth – DUI – Death Under Ignorance

September 11, 2014 | Filed Under Letters 

DEAR EDITOR, Once again my entire being contorted with grief on reading of yet another maternal death. Oh no! Oh no! Oh no, were not appropriate responses to the situation. My emotional competency had been dealt yet another blow. So many thoughts raced through my mind, some even attaining homicidal levels. With a return to […]

Fabrication of Hope Canal Sluice Gates

September 11, 2014 | Filed Under Letters 

DEAR EDITOR, In a SN Article of Sept. 8, Minister of Agriculture, Dr. Ramsammy has confirmed that fabrication of the gates for the Hope Canal sluice was not part of the contract awarded to Courtney Benn Construction (CBC). However, once the gates were delivered on site, it would be the responsibility of CBC to install […]

Increased APNU pressure on Govt. for LGE…it’s better to be late than never

September 11, 2014 | Filed Under Letters 

DEAR EDITOR, It took the opposition APNU a while to mount a toughened effort and apply pressure to the government to set a date for urgently needed local government elections (LGE). Nonetheless, it’s better to be late than never. Blue CAPS believe that despite the Alliance For Change’s motion to debate a no-confidence motion against […]

Rohan Doodnauth for ‘Special Person of the Year’

September 11, 2014 | Filed Under Letters 

DEAR EDITOR, I would like to respond to KN article on August 31, 2014, “Strong-willed engineer, Rohan Doodnauth, is a ‘Special Person.’” In my opinion, he is an extraordinary and inspiring person. In a society plague by beggars, laziness, people who want to be pitied, and people who always looking for a handout, Rohan stands […]

The idiocy of the justice system

September 11, 2014 | Filed Under Editorial 

Several issues over the past several weeks bring into focus the state of the justice system in this country. Citizens have been exposed to police inaction on complaints against the Minister of Finance who it is alleged illegally spent over $4.5B from the treasury. Not to appear inconsistent, the police high command halts investigations into […]

Cover-up of duty free concessions… GRA pursues witch-hunt against Glenn Lall – Publisher says Sattaur displays an inability to manage the agency in a transparent manner

September 10, 2014 | Filed Under News 

Days after refusing to disclose the grounds under which it granted millions of dollars in duty free concessions to a Chinese logging company, citing confidentiality, the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) is continuing its witch-hunt against Kaieteur News to silence the newspaper in its investigations. The tax agency, using the state-owned Guyana Chronicle, has again released […]

Umana Yana destroyed by fire

September 10, 2014 | Filed Under News 

A significant part of the country’s history went up in flames yesterday after a fire, believed to be of electrical origin, completely destroyed the Umana Yana at Main Street, Kingston. Officer in Charge of Operations at the Guyana Fire Service, Compton Sparman, told media operatives that fire crews and four tenders got to the scene […]

YBG has a place, but order must prevail

September 10, 2014 | Filed Under Sports 

By Edison Jefford Youth Basketball Guyana (YBG) has a place on the annual calendar, make no mistake about that but it raises serious questions about its character if it continues to paddle against the tide of order, which the national federation is attempting to impose. The YBG programme that hosts the National Schools Basketball Festival […]

Romallo Crawford tales top honours in Corskeld 1st anniversary cycle event

September 10, 2014 | Filed Under Sports 

Romallo Crawford of the Trojan Cycle Club took his turn, this time to dominate proceedings, as he out sprinted his competitors to take the top spot when the Corskeld Trackers Cycle Club of Corriverton staged their first anniversary cycle race. The 50mile event which was held last Sunday saw some 20 cyclists taking to the […]

GCB, WICB and Sports Minister discuss National School Cricket League

September 10, 2014 | Filed Under Sports 

Representatives of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) and West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) met with Sports Minister, Dr. Frank Anthony, and discussed the National School Cricket League. Apart from Dr. Anthony, present at the discussion were WICB Senior Project Officer of School Cricket, KJ Singh, GCB Secretary, Anand Sanasie, and GCB Territorial Developmental Officer, Colin […]

Warriors beat Knights to book place in Berbice finals

September 10, 2014 | Filed Under Sports 

It was set to be a clash between the rampaging New Amsterdam Warriors and the roving East Canje Knights, however, in the end it was the New Amsterdam Warriors Basketball club that were able to book their place in the final of the Legend Classic Basketball competition when they defeated the East Canje Knights 59-46 […]

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