2010

Harper Elected GCA President

Former West Indies and Guyana off-spinner Roger Harper was elected the new president of the Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA) on Wednesday evening at the GCA’s annual general meeting at the Georgetown Cricket Club main pavilion.

Guyanese Excel in T&T Leagues

Guyanese players shone over the weekend in the first round of the Trinidad & Tobago national two-day championship league north.

ICC Consultant Helps Groundsmen

The curators course got underway yesterday for local groundsmen with International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Pitch Consultant Andy Atkinson at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence.

Guyana Win Benefit Match

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Rajindra Chandrika stroked a half-century to lift Guyana to a four-wicket victory over Trinidad and Tobago, in the Haiti relief Twenty20 match here Wednesday night.

Tapeball To Start Feb 7

The Guyana Tapeball League (GTL) Twenty20 tapeball cricket tournament bowls into action on February 7 with teams competing for $500,000 in prizes with the winner walking away with $200,000 and a trophy.

Gizmos & Gadgets Sponsors RHT

Gizmos and Gadgets will be the name associated with the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club (RHTY&SC) first division team this year after the presentation of a $250,000 cheque last Tuesday at the company’s recently opened Superstore on Wellington Street and North Road.

F&M Renews RHTYSC Sponsorship

Farfan and Mendes renewed its 15-year alliance with the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club (RHTYSC) with a $160,000 sponsorship cheque for 2010 yesterday at the company’s head office on Urquhart Street, Cummingsburg.

Ramcharitar Sponsors KO Tourney

The development of cricket in the ancient county of Berbice took another step forward last Thursday when the Berbice Cricket Board joined with Region Six Contractor Annirud Ramcharitar to launch the BCB/Ramcharitar Construction Firm 40-over First Division Knockout tournament.

GCA Seeks Sponsors For Women

With the help of corporate funding, Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA) President Alfred Mentore intends to package and sell women’s cricket in order to raise the standard of women’s play in Georgetown and by extension Demerara.

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