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
To coincide with its 70th anniversary, the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) launched its first annual magazine, titled “The Guyana Cricketer,” on 28th February, 2014, at the Georgetown Cricket Club pavilion. The cover of the magazine features Guyana and West Indies batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul, who became the first West Indian to play 150 Tests last year.
GCB mourns the loss of one of the greatest sons of our soil and who should be deemed a national hero for his priceless work in service to the public at large and several organizations throughout Guyana and the Caribbean region. The Guyana cricket fraternity hails this champion in his own right, Terry Holder, who
The Guyana Cricket Board wishes to express its extreme regret at the selection choices of the selection panel with the teams selected to represent the West Indies during the upcoming tour of Ireland. The GCB notes with serious concern the non- selection of any Guyanese, whatsoever, to these teams selected by the selection panel. Whilst