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‘The Punisher’ heads to Morocco to compete on the International boxing stage

Hanging Boxing GlovesBoxing: Due to some ratification by the World Boxing Council Clive ‘the punisher’ Atwell will be heading to Morocco  to compete on the international boxing stage. According to President of the Guyana Boxing Board of Control Peter Abdool the card is set for some time in December.

Clive Atwell holds titles in Guyana and the Caribbean and is rated in the top forty junior welterweight fighters under the WBC and the number one boxer in Guyana

The GBBC President also disclosed that September 27  is now  the new date for the  long awaited Guyana/Jamaica boxing card after some deliberations by the Jamaica boxing  officials.

Guyana’s first world champion Andrew ‘six head’ Lewis is expected to feature on the card.
The President attributed the success of boxing in Guyana to the fight night boxing  card.

Squash: It was a display of classical squash shots by world rated Caribbean number one squash champion Nicolette Fernandes as she defeated Karen Meakins of Barbados in three straight games to retain her Caribbean title.

According to Fernandes soon after the Caribbean Championship she would be heading to compete on the international circuit once again.

For the men finals it was a ding dong battle between defending champion Chris Binnie of Jamaica against Sunil Seth of Guyana,the game ended 3-2 in favor of Chris Binnie.

The Digicel senior Caribbean squash championship  continued today Wednesday with the team competition.

Tennis: 18-year-old table Tennis player  Sachia Vickery who is of Guyanese parentage beat Alexandra Kiick 4-6, 6-2, 6-0 on Sunday to win the USTA Girls’ 18s National Championship at Barnes Tennis Center, San Diego on Sunday.

Vickery earned a wild card into the women’s singles main draw in the U.S. Open.

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