Blogs: When England overcame a Chanderpaul special

From 1976 to 2006, cricket’s lone famous international venue in South America, the Bourda Oval in Guyana, developed a history of rained-out matches, disruptions by fans, riots of various intensities, and an abandoned Test in 1981. England were involved in these matches more than any other nation – in the aforementioned Robin Jackman Test of…

Western Tigers are new Limacol Football champions

Winners Connection settle for 3rd After an intense battle on Saturday evening at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC), Bourda, Western Tigers edged Guyana Police Force FC 1-0 to win the second annual Petra-organised Limacol Round-robin Knock-out Football Tournament. The hard-fought victory was orchestrated via a stunning free-kick from Collin Nelson in the 19th minute. Just…

ZLATAN CHARGED BY FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION

The Football Association released the following statement at 14:45 GMT on Monday… Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Tyrone Mings have both been charged with alleged violent conduct following the Manchester United versus AFC Bournemouth game on Saturday [March 4 2017]. The players were involved in two separate incidents in or around the 44th minute which were not…

Barnwell axed from Guyana 4 day side

Keemo Paul earns maiden call up The Guyana Jaguars are preparing for the second half of the Professional Cricket League Digicel Regional Four Day Tournament with sessions at the Everest Cricket Club ground under the guidance of national coach Esuan Crandon. The two-time defending champions will take on points leaders Jamaica Scorpions at Sabina Park…

Pujara, Rahane dig India out of trouble

India put in by far their best performance since the first day in Pune, but it still wasn’t enough to get them completely out of the woods. It was the kind of fight expected from the Indians, who knew that a bad performance today would put an end to their chances of reclaiming the Border-Gavaskar…

PSL Finals: Clinical Peshawar storm to PSL title

In a nutshell Having finished runners-up in the inaugural edition of the Pakistan Super League last year, Quetta Gladiators once again found themselves on the wrong side of the result in the tournament final. This time, it was Peshawar Zalmi who trumped them by 58 runs to lift the title. On a pitch where scoring…