Clement Neblett

Clement Neblett, the third of five male siblings, was a tall all-rounder and an integral part of the Guyana Police team that won four straight Case Cup first division titles from 1971 to 1974.

Poor Hospitality By Police

IT IS well known that playing cricket in Guyana is an expensive exercise. To don merely a suit (shirt and trousers) costs at least $6 000, while a bat - the main player in the game of glorious uncertainties - fetches on average $18 000.

Ovid Glasgow

Ovid Glasgow, a competent wicketkeeper and batsman, opened the batting for the Police Sports Club in Georgetown. He played three first class matches for Guyana in the 1967 Shell Shield and a single first class match for Demerara in 1971.

Keith Glasgow

Keith Glasgow made his first class debut for Guyana against the Indian touring team in March 1971, before his first class debut for Demerara in October 1971. He played two List A matches for Guyana in 1973 and opened the batting for North & East Trinidad in the Beaumont Cup in 1982.

Glasgow was a good utility player who frequently opened the bowling and who scored a first class century.

College Defeats Immigration 2

Jason Mc Almont grabbed 2 wickets and stroked an unbeaten 42 as Felix Austin Police College defeated Immigration 2 by 10 wickets to win the final of the Guyana Police Force Headquarters 10/10 softball competition which was contested recently at the Police Sports Club ground, Eve Leary.

HQ Win Male, Female titles

Leroy Brummell 10/10 softball

12 Feb 2013 - Headquarters won the male and female titles when the Commissioner of Police (ag), Leroy Brumell inter-division 10/10 softball cricket competition concluded last Sunday evening at the Police Sports Club ground, Eve Leary.


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