By Calvin Roberts (Guyana Chronicle) HEAVY showers which drenched Georgetown and its environs from 10:23hrs on Monday morning, leaving both the Demerara and Everest Cricket Club outfields soggy and under water in some areas, prevented any further play on the final day of the first round in the Guyana Cricket Board/Igloo Under-15 Inter-County two-day tournament.
By: Clifton Ross (Stabroek News) Opening batsman Bhaskar Yadram was yesterday retained as Captain for the Demerara Under-15 team ahead of the upcoming Guyana Cricket Board (GCB)/Limacol U15 tournament which gets underway shortly. Yadram will seek to lead the defending champions with success as he did last April aided by a team of capable young
By: Calvin Roberts (Guyana Chronicle newspaper) FORMER Guyana and West Indies skipper Clive Hubert Lloyd believes that reigning International Cricket Council (ICC) T20 champions West Indies have what it takes to repeat as champions in the present tournament that got under way last Sunday. West Indies skipper Darren Sammy takes care of the ICC T20
In Regional Four-Day Competition… Former national Under-19 fast blower, Raun Johnson, will make his debut as a senior national player when Guyana takes on Barbados in their second round encounter of the Regional Four-Day Competition at the Guyana National Stadium from March 7 – 10, 2014. The Berbician will replace Ronsford Beaton who injured his
NATIONAL SUCCESS It’s happening, be a part of it! Guyana is long known in the Caribbean and worldwide for its cricketing feats. Names like Rohan Kanhai, Clive Lloyd and Shivnarine Chanderpaul resonate with avid fans across the globe. The sport itself offers lifelong learning and development opportunities for both men and women while at the