Sports

New Beginning or The End for K & S

By Rawle Toney Could this be the end of a 23 year-old tradition, or the dawn of a new era for the Kashif and Shanghai Organization? Once considered the ‘Holy Grail’ of local football, the Kashif and Shanghai Football Tournament stood alone and was Guyana’s premier sporting event, but just like time, things changed. A […]

K&S bows out of year end tournament

After 23 years as the leading promoters of football in Guyana, the Kashif and Shanghai Organisation has decided to bow out of the annual Christmas season tournament and instead focus its attention on a nationwide School’s tournament. The confirmation of the decision by the Kashif and Shanghai group came on Wednesday, the same day that […]

O’Neil still queen of the Heavyweights as WIBA releases World Rankings

By Rawle Toney On May 29, 2004, she etched her place in Guyana’s history, becoming the first female World Champion following a 10 round Unanimous Decision victory over American Kathy Rivers at National Park and today, Gwendolyn O’Neil still sits on the throne of the World’s Heavyweights. The Women International Boxing Association (WIBA) considered as […]

Chris Nurse – Living a Dream with the team

(FC Edmonton News)  Chris Nurse had no idea playing soccer in a park next to his house would open up the opportunities of becoming a professional footballer. Life for the FC Edmonotn midfielder started out like any other small child. “In England (probably similar to hockey here), everyone grows up playing soccer. All you needed […]

It matters not who we play in the finals -Sarwan

by Rawle Toney   “It doesn’t really matter who we play in the finals because at the end of the day our goal as a team is to take that trophy back to Guyana” said Ramneresh Sarwan, Captain of the Guyana Amazon Warriors when he spoke exclusively to News Source at the Queens Park Oval […]

Warriors run riot into Limacol CPL Finals

(CMC) A thoroughly professional and clinical performance in the field and with the bat by the Guyana Amazon Warriors secured them a place in the finals of the inaugural Limacol Caribbean Professional League after beating Trinidad and Tobago by seven wickets in the first semi-final played at the Queens Park Oval here Thursday. Red Steel […]

From Uitvlugt to Lithuania – Trayon Bobb signs with FK Kruoja

By Rawle Toney For most Guyanese footballers at age 19, they settle for playing in their domestic league; at least whenever there’s one, but for Trayon Bobb things are different. The Uitvlugt village native at age 16, had found a way ‘out’, thanks to former Guyana Football Federation (GFF) Technical Director Jamaal Shabazz who spotted […]

Guyana Amazon Warriors crush Jamaica Tallawahs

Providence, Guyana – To say that the Guyana Amazon Warriors made light work of the Jamaica Tallawahs would be a grave understatement in itself. The Tallawahs playing their first match of the Limacol Caribbean Premier League were blown away by a strong Amazon Warriors performance, who was brilliant with the bat, ball and in the […]

BRAVE POORAN FAILS TO STOP WARRIORS

(CMC) GEORGETOWN, Guyana – Debutant teenager Nicolas Pooran stunned the Guyanese Amazon Warriors but Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel fell short by 19 runs in their Caribbean Premier League encounter at the Providence Stadium Wednesday. The 17 year old wicket-keeper batsman blasted  six sixes and one four on his way to a 24 ball 54 […]