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Guyana complete 212-run win over Jamaica at Sabina Park

Guyana complete 212-run win over Jamaica at Sabina Park

The Guyana Harpy Eagles completed a comprehensive 212-run win over the Jamaica Scorpions on day four of their sixth round West Indies Championship fixture at Sabina Park on Saturday. The Scorpions began day four 123-2 off 43 overs needing a further 296 runs for an improbable victory. Things started horribly for the hosts when overnight...

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The Prince of Essequibo came to Guyana’s rescue

The Prince of Essequibo came to Guyana’s rescue

By Brandon Corlette Kemol Savory was the unlikely man to rescue Guyana Harpy Eagles in round six of the ongoing West Indies championship. The Guyanese were in a perilous position at 61-6 against Jamaica Scorpions on day one at Sabina Park. The 27-year-old Savory, who is regarded as the Prince of Essequibo among his peers,...

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CPL 2024 fixtures confirmed; opener set for Antigua

CPL 2024 fixtures confirmed; opener set for Antigua

The fixtures for the 2024 Republic Bank Caribbean Premier League (CPL) have been confirmed with the tournament set to run from Thursday 29 August to Sunday 6 October. For the first time since 2019 the event will visit six host countries with matches set to take place in Antigua & Barbuda, Barbados, Guyana, St Kitts...

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West Indies ‘A’ to tour Nepal

West Indies ‘A’ to tour Nepal

Cricket West Indies (CWI) and the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) have announced a T20 ‘A’ Team tour as part of their respective ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 preparations. This historic series will be the first time a West Indies team has toured Nepal and will consist of five (5) T20 matches, all of...

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Suresh Dhanai ends as leading wicket-taker during ACS tour

Suresh Dhanai ends as leading wicket-taker during ACS tour

Seam-bowling all-rounder Suresh Dhanai continued his good showing at local cricket in Guyana. The right-arm seamer claimed 11 wickets for the American Cricket Society (ACS) during their recent tour to Guyana. Dhanai played with and against some notable Guyanese cricketers, including Gudkaesh Motie, Tagenarine Chanderpaul, Sewnarine Chattergoon, Jonathan Foo, Kemol Savory and Antony Adams. In...

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Sylus Tyndall named as replacement for injured Matthew Nandu

Sylus Tyndall named as replacement for injured Matthew Nandu

Fast-bowler Sylus Tyndall earns his maiden Guyana Harpy Eagles 4-Day team call up as action in the ongoing West Indies 4-Day Championship continue against the Jamaica Scorpions in the upcoming round which bowls off Wednesday April 10. A former U19 national player, Tyndall who made a full recovery following a chronic ankle injury which has...

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GCB congratulates Guyana U-15 team after unbeaten run at Regionals

GCB congratulates Guyana U-15 team after unbeaten run at Regionals

Guyana narrowly missed out on the title and was only edged out due to the fast-bowling points captured by winners Barbados. The Bajans finished with 22.0 points including 4.0 pace points, winning 4 of their 5 games with a no-result. Meanwhile, the Guyanese also finished unbeaten, winning 4 games with a no-result as they finished...

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Barbados are Regional U-15 champions, second place for Guyana

Barbados are Regional U-15 champions, second place for Guyana

Barbados were crowned West Indies Under-15 champions on Wednesday after a solid all-round show from Jahidi Hinds enabled them to overcome a destructive spell from Windward Islands captain Earsinho Fontaine and gallop to a 192-run win. Hinds gathered the top score of 84 from 105 balls that included five fours and three sixes, and he...

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Young Hetmyer shines for Guyana Under-15s in Windwards win

Young Hetmyer shines for Guyana Under-15s in Windwards win

Guyana and Barbados produced contrasting performances but both remained unbeaten in the West Indies Under-15 Championship here Easter Monday. Playing at Bethesda Sports Ground, Guyana thrashed Windward Islands by 91 runs while Barbados were forced to fight back before completing a four-wicket win over Jamaica at Coolidge Cricket Ground. In the other game at Liberta...