Enmore Defeat Mahaica SC

Former national Under-15 batsman Javed Mohamed and the in-form Bheemraj Ramkellawan scored fifties to lead Enmore Community Centre Cricket Club to victory over Mahaica Sports Club on Sunday in the inaugural ECCCC/GT&T 35-over cricket competition.

$2M To Televise GT&T Finals

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GT&T), Yog Mahadeo, says the telephone giant will be reassessing where it can receive coverage for its operations.

Regal XI Dethrone Wolf’s Warriors

Regal XI evicted the mighty Wolf’s Warriors from their throne when they thrashed them by six wickets in the final of the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company’s 10/10 Softball Competition at the National Stadium on Saturday night.

GT&T Squad To Face Canada

The organising committee of the inaugural Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GT&T) 10/10 International Cup has named a strong 11-man squad for Saturday’s game against Canada.

Entertainment For GT&T Finals

Organisers of the third annual GT&T 10/10 softball cricket competition have promised a packed day of entertainment tomorrow when the nationwide tournament culminates at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence.

Canada Upbeat About GT&T Match

Canadian skipper, Mitch Bacchus, said his team is confident about beating Guyana for the GTT 10/10 International Cup at the National Stadium today. The international match between Canada and Guyana will be the second game on the programme, following the male third place playoff. The finals will follow the international match.

Stadium To Rock With GT&T Softball

The Guyana National Stadium comes alive from 14:00 hours today when the biggest stars in softball cricket collide in four exciting matches of the third annual GT&T 10/10 softball cricket competition that will culminate this year’s tournament.

Guyana Win GT&T International Cup

The local boys squeezed and choked the Canadians in the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT) International Cup at the Guyana National Stadium last evening. The decision to put Guyana in seemed like the wrong one as Guyana got off to a flyer, reaching 50 in the fifth over before ending on 111-7.


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