Kalli Volunteers For Olympics

CARIBBEAN cricket great Alvin Kallicharran has signed up to become a volunteer at the London Olympics - and urged others to follow suit.

Female Team in Toronto League

Ave Mogan made history in 1980 as a 17-year-old by becoming the first female player to participate in the Toronto & District Cricket Association (TDCA) competitions. Three decades later, she will captain the first ever women’s team to compete in the league. Kaisoca Ladies Cricket Club will play its first match on May 15 in the fourth division competition.

Chetty Praises Fudadin, Poonoo

PRESIDENT of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB), Chetram Singh, has lauded the performances of the two Guyanese - Assad Fudadin and Hemant Poonoo in the recently-concluded Costcutter Under-15 tournament in England.

Guyana Lose in 3 Days

CAVE HILL, Barbados, CMC – Off-spinner Ryan Austin claimed a career-best seven for 42 and debutant Kjorn Ottley hit an accomplished 66 as Combined Campuses & Colleges (CCC) scored a come-from-behind five-wicket victory over Guyana late on the third day of their WICB first-class match at Three Ws Oval yesterday.

Mentore Declined GCA Nomination

In Stabroek Sport of January 29, 2010, under the caption ‘Harper elected president of GCA’ there was a gross inaccuracy in relation to the Georgetown Cricket Association elections held on Wednesday, January 27, 2010.

Guyana Hold Slight Edge

CAVE HILL, Barbados, CMC – Kyle Corbin and Floyd Reifer hit battling half centuries for Combined Campuses & Colleges here yesterday but Guyana secured a first innings lead of 32 on an absorbing day two of the four-day WICB regional first class match at 3Ws Oval.

Young Warriors in U23 Final

Young Warriors and Rose Hall Town Gizmos and Gadgets will tomorrow contest the final of the Berbice Cricket Board/Peter Lewis Associated Construction Services under-23 tournament at the Area H ground.

DCB Congratulates Harper

President of the Demerara Cricket Board (DCB) Bissoondyal Singh yesterday extended congratulations to the newly-elected president of the Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA) Roger Harper.

Crandons Put Guyana Ahead

CAVE HILL, Barbados, CMC – Royston Crandon hit a typically robust 94 here Friday and his older brother, Esuan, contributed an unbeaten 48 as Guyana fought back from early wobbles to enjoy the better of day one of their WICB first class match against hosts Combined Campuses & Colleges at 3Ws Oval.


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