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Guyana hungry for Rugby title

by Rawle Toney Guyana’s National Men’s 15’s Rugby squad arrived on Thursday morning in the Twin Island Republic of Trinidad & Tobago, where they will face the hosts on Saturday for the North American & Caribbean Rugby Association (NACRA) Southern Championship. The game which is set for 3pm at the University of the West Indies […]


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Walter Moore – from Guyana to Kazakhstan

By Rawle Toney If anyone had told 28 year-old Walter Moore that he would be playing in the ninth largest country in the world, he would have probably used some colourful Guyanese language to tell the person where to get off. But today, Moore is playing professional soccer in , Kazakhstan and is thankful for the […]

Chris Gayle scores fastest 100 in cricket history

Chris Gayle has set a new record for the fastest century in the history of professional cricket with an astonishing ton off 30 balls for the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League, and then went on to make the highest score ever seen in Twenty20, ending unbeaten with 175 off 66 balls. The West Indies […]

Windwards beat Jamaica to reach Super50 Finals

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – Windward Islands produced a measured run chase to beat title-holders Jamaica by five wickets with an over to spare here Friday night, and book a place in Sunday’s Super50 final against Combined Campuses and Colleges. Chasing 243 for victory in the second day/night semi-final at Kensington Oval, the Windwards were piloted to […]

Warner, Blazer “fraudulent” in CONCACAF management

(Reuters) CONCACAF’s former leaders Jack Warner and Chuck Blazer were “fraudulent in their management” of the confederation’s affairs, the head of the body’s Integrity Committee told its congress on Friday. David Simmons presented a detailed report into allegations of financial mismanagement by former president Warner and ex-general secretary Blazer based on documents and interviews with […]

WICB begins search for Cricket Director

The West Indies Cricket Board has commenced a global search to fill the position of Director of Cricket. The Director of Cricket will play an essential part in establishing the WICB as one of the premier governing bodies with the sport while overseeing the provision of successful and exciting West Indies teams. “The Director of […]

Chris Matthias is new GFF President

It took three rounds of voting, But just after 9 o clock on a windy Georgetown night, General Secretary of the Georgetown Football Federation and Customs Broker Christopher Matthias was elected President of the Guyana Football Federation trouncing his rival Aubrey Shanghai Major 11 votes to 6. Matthias will serve a 2 year term and […]

GFF Elections gets testy before voting begins

A move by Candidate Aubrey Shanghai Major to have some delegates removed and replaced for this afternoon’s GFF Elections has failed after the world football governing body FIFA got involved and ruled that the original list of delegates will remain “as is” with no changes and the elections ought to go ahead with that list. The GFF […]

“Shanghai vs. Matthias” for GFF Elections

by Carwyn Holland The Historical elections of the Guyana Football Federation is years overdue but just a day away, with “Political Potters” working hard to shape the elections their way. After weeks of dribbling readers with fancy manifestos which mesmerized fans with plans that are easy to say than do, the contenders all basically scored […]

Shanghai picks up Shabazz support

Former Guyana Technical Director and Head Coach of the Golden Jaguars Jamaal Shabazz has come out in total support for Aubrey ‘Shanghai’ Major’s candidacy for President of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF). Major is the person who came up with the idea to bring Shabazz to Guyana’s football in 2005, when the Golden Jaguars rose […]