YOUNG FEMALE REFEREE KENISHA PRESCOTT STARS IN MARTINIQUE

• UG student is first female to officiate at Tournoi Paul Chillan • 19-year-old part of youth team delegation to Martinique • GFF promotes female referees before International Women’s Day 7th March, 2017; Georgetown: Young Guyanese referee Kenisha Prescott has become the first female match official to take charge of a game at the International…

MINISTER GARRIDO-LOWE CONGRATULATES UNDER-17S’ DANIELS

7th March, 2017; Georgetown: Minister within the Ministry for Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs Valerie Garrido-Lowe met “Thunderbolt Flour Power” Guyana Under-17 Boys’ National Team winger Orvil Daniels on Monday to congratulate the 14-year-old for his standout performances at the International Tournoi Paul Chillan in Martinique. Daniels, from Annai Central in the Rupununi, scored the opening goal…

New laws mean players can be sent off

The MCC has confirmed that umpires will have the authority to send players off for serious breaches of behaviour under updated laws of the game which will be used from October 1, 2017. They have also laid out the restrictions on bat sizes and there will be an amendment to the run out law to…

IBRAHIMOVIC TO SERVE THREE-GAME BAN

The Football Association released the following statement on Tuesday afternoon: “Zlatan Ibrahimovic will serve a three-match suspension with immediate effect after he admitted an FA charge of violent conduct and accepted the standard penalty. “It follows an incident in or around the 44th minute of the game between Manchester United and AFC Bournemouth on Saturday…

Kohli lashes out at Smith’s DRS ‘brain fade’

India captain Virat Kohli stopped just short of calling the Australians cheaters in an explosive press conference following India’s remarkable 75-run win in Bengaluru. Tensions boiled and threatened to spill over when Australian captain Steve Smith sought help from the dressing room with regards to taking a review after he was struck on the pads…