GCB/DMLAS/NSC/NSSCL… Charlestown secure spot in South Georgetown Zone Final – Wisburg, Port Mourant and...
(Guyana Cricket Board release) – The 2017/18 Guyana Cricket Board/Demerara Mutual Life Assurance Society Limited/ National Sport Commission/National Secondary School Cricket League (GCB/DMLAS/NSC/NSSCL) recommenced with matches being played in a number of zones.
The Berbice Cricket Board in its on gong quest to play cricket at all levels would be hosting a Berbice wide Second Division Competition.
The West Demerara Cricket Association (WDCA) President’s Cup 50-over tournament continued last Sunday with three matches despite the inclement weather.
To renew the competitive spirit and cricket rivalry in the NDC area of La Reconnaissance – Mon Repos on the East Coast, Lusignan Sports Club (LSC) presents its 4th Edition RAM SLAM T/20 cricket tomorrow from 9:00am at the Lusignan Community Centre ground.
Hand-in-Hand 3-day U-19 Inter-County Cricket… Anderson’s unbeaten ton gives B’ce title – Sachin Singh...
Story and photos by Sean Devers Yesterday at Everest, on a day in which the shone in all its glory, Berbice led by a wonderfully constructed unbeaten 120 from Kevlon Anderson, regained their Hand-in-Hand three-day U-19 Inter-County cricket title when their final round game against the U-17s ended in a draw.
The Berbice Cricket Board on Monday last launched another major cricket tournament for cricketers in the Ancient County.
Hand-in-Hand U-19 Inter-County 3-Day Cricket… Umroa’s 5-for, 50s from Anderson, Algoo keeps B’ce in...
A five-wicket haul from spinner Kelvin Umroa, 62 from Alex Algoo and an unbeaten 73 from Kevlon Anderson put Berbice in charge of the final round Hand-in-Hand U-19 three-day encounter when the penultimate day ended yesterday at Everest.
By Sean Devers In a match which saw 34 wickets tumble in just four sessions, Essequibo condemned a woeful Demerara to consecutive defeats when they crushed the defending champions by six wickets in the final round of the Hand-in-Hand three-day U-19 Inter-County game at Tuschen yesterday.
By Sean Devers A couple of half-century partnerships rallied Berbice to 176 before the National U-17s ended the opening day of their final round Hand-in-Hand three-day Inter County U-19 contest at Everest 100 runs in arrears with six wickets in hand on another day when ball dominated bat on a slow but good batting track which offered some turn for the spinners.