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Commonwealth Games -2018: Guyana’s Troy Doris strikes gold in triple jump

Guyana’s Troy Doris is elated after winning gold in the men’s triple jump at Carrara Stadium during the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast, Australia, Saturday, April 14, 2018. AP Photo/Dita Alangkara

Guyana’s Troy Doris strikes gold in triple jump

By Paul-Andre Walker April 14, 2018   Continue reading

Guyana: Capitol TV News – 13 April 2018

Guyana: Capitol TV News – 13 April 2018

CGX to commence drilling before the end of 2018

Posted: 13 Apr 2018 03:00 AM PDT

Canadian oil and gas exploration company CGX is set to commence drilling on the Corentyne block before the end of 2018, Minister of Natural Resources Raphael Trotman has confirmed. The oil company has already appointed a drilling engineer who will be in charge of designing its offshore exploration well on the Corentyne Block offshore Guyana.  […]

GUYSUCO is moving ahead with its sustainable communities programme for retrenched sugar workers

Harmony village 2018 held under the theme Building Partnerships

Diamond Mineral Water Sports Roundup – April 12, 2018

City Pig Farmer asking for time to move

Teen burnt by her ex-boyfriend recovering in the US

Criminal Justice System being used to settle scores

Diamond Mineral Water Sports Roundup – April 11, 2018

Newly established Energy Department is progressing well

Army Captain’s insanity claim is unacceptable says womens’ group

Guyana: The lessons of rodeo, regatta, kite flying…and popular attractions

The lessons of rodeo, regatta, kite flying…and popular attractions

Leonard Gildarie

The last week was a holiday, one with Guyanese taking their foot off the pedal for a breather. We are a hardworking people who are slowly learning the value of pampering ourselves. That sometimes for some people can be both intoxicating and a bad habit.

If you are familiar with what transpires in the US – North America in general – and Europe, holidays are a big thing. People love travelling for Thanksgiving and Christmas. The associated shopping and other associated activities have been money-spinners.    Continue reading

Memories of Kite Flying in Georgetown, Guyana – By Kemahl Khan

Memories of Kite Flying in Georgetown, Guyana

– By Kemahl Khan

Adam Harris’s nostalgic piece, Kite Flying: A tradition is fast disappearing that appeared in a recent edition of the Guyanese Online Website sent me off on a trip of my own down memory lane, remembering my kite-flying days as a small kid and  later as a youth in Guyana.

The build-up to Easter Monday kite-flying on the GT seawall was a busy and exciting one for me, my older brother and friends in our neighbourhood.       Continue reading

Cricket: Australia Cheated and were Defeated! – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Cricket: Australia Cheated and were Defeated!

 – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Warner went to see Woodfull. After a brief silence Woodfull said, “I don’t want to see you Mr. Warner. There are two teams out there. One is trying to play cricket and the other is not.”

Douglas Jardine and his men landed in Australia in 1932. Jardine, aloof and aristocratic, had a plan. He was going to use his main strike bowler, Harold Larwood, to physically hurt the Aussies. He was going to use Bodyline to thwart the ability of Don Bradman, and others.

Read more: Australia Cheated and was Defeated – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine-

Our West Indian Cricket Shame Only Deepens – Commentary By David A. Comissiong

Barbados Underground

DAVID A. COMISSIONG, President, Clement Payne Movement, Citizen of the Caribbean, and Lover of West Indies Cricket

How  shameful  it was to witness the gleeful rejoicing of the members of the West Indies cricket team in the wake of their fortuitous and totally undeserved victory over Scotland — a non- test status, associate member team of the International Cricket Council (ICC).

These men — supposed heirs to the  great West Indian cricketing tradition of such immortals as George Headley,Sir Frank Worrell, Sir Garfield Sobers, Clive Lloyd, and Sir Vivian Richards — seemingly had no qualms about celebrating the fact that it took  a manifestly erroneous umpiring decision, the intervention of a shower of rain, and the complicated calculations designed by Messers Duckworth and Lewis to “gift” them a 5 run victory over a Cricket team that is regarded as a minnow in international cricket!

But, as hurtful and shameful…

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Impact of Twenty20 format on WI cricket, money – By George Alleyne

Impact of Twenty20 format on WI cricket, money

– By George Alleyne – Caribbean Life News – March 17, 2018

The need for money to ensure survival of the game was the common ground reached in a discussion among former Test greats and Barbados cricket administrators.

The legendary West Indies opening batting pair, Gordon Greenidge and Desmond Haynes, earlier this week departed from the cohesion for which they are known while plundering bowlers the world over, and disagreed publicly on whether Twenty20 cricket is destroying the game.    READ MORE

St. Stanislaus College (Guyana) Alumni – Golf Tournament 2018 Sponsorship Request

Golf Sponsorship

St. Stanislaus College (Guyana) Alumni Society is incorporated (Ont. Corp. #1836042) and registered as a charitable organization (83661 2408 RC0001) which provides assistance to St. Stanislaus College in Guyana, South America. We have donated science and computer equipment, educational aids and supplies, books for the student library, and funded scholarships for qualified students to further their education at post-secondary institutions of learning.

The Alumni Society holds several fundraising events each year to achieve its objectives. One of these events is our annual golf tournament. We anticipate that in excess of 140 golfers will participate in this year’s tournament.

Read More: St. Stanislaus College Alumni – Golf Sponsorship 2018 Letter

Tennis: Serena Williams returns on International Women’s Day – March 8. 2018

Serena Williams says her comeback ‘could not have come on a better day’

By Kevin Williams – March 7. 2018 – The Guardian

The American returns to the Tour on International Women’s Day after an absence of more than a year

Serena Williams returns to the full glare of the tennis tour on Thursday – appropriately, on International Women’s Day – more than a year since beating her sister, Venus, in the final of the 2017 Australian Open and six months after surviving a pulmonary embolism giving birth to her first child, Alexis Olympia. It is the sort of grand entrance befitting one of sport’s most remarkable figures.


ICC considers radical plan to curb power of Twenty20 and save Test cricket

ICC considers radical plan to curb power of Twenty20 and save Test cricket

March 5, 2018. – By Ali Martin – The Guardian UK

 New suggestions aim to regulate rapid spread of T20
 West Indies, England and Australia all support push for change

The International Cricket Council is set to consider a series of radical proposals designed to stem the talent drain caused by domestic Twenty20 and protect the sport from being cannibalised at all levels.    Continue reading

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