Thrilling 5-run Win by Guyana Amazon Warriors seals semi-final position in Limacol CPL
Athletics: The third annual Boyce and Jeffords Track and Field Classic is set to get cracking tomorrow at the Police Sports Club Ground, Eve Leary with the heats event. According to the organizers, all systems are in place for the starting of the event.
The Classic has gained overseas interest over the years, attracting athletes from several Caribbean countries, such as Trinidad and Tobago, Suriname and as far as Grenada.
Late Thursday afternoon, Grenadian distance runners Kenisha Pascal and Reon Radix were getting use to the conditions here.
Reon Radix will be competing in the 5000m and 1500m race.
International runner Kenisha Pascal will be running in the 5000m and the 3000m. Grenada’s National coach Kwame Hypolite said he has all confidence in his two charges.
Late this afternoon the Suriname and Trinidad participants touched down in the country for the event.
Meanwhile, coach of the defending champions, Police Sports Club, Linden Wilson said he is confident that they can capture the title once again.
The Jeffords/Boyce Classic concludes in Linden on Sunday.
Basketball: Over half a million dollars is up for grabs when the Trinity Grid Pacesetters hosts its Inter-ward basketball tournament. The tournament will see over thirteen wards competing. The tournament starts in September and will be played at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.
Cricket: A thrilling five-run win by the Amazon Warriors over the Tallawahs of Jamaica sealed their semi-final position in the Caribbean Premier League.
A sensational last over bowling by Chris Barnwell saw the Warriors home safely into the semifinals .
The Warriors are now on seven points and will be in action tomorrow against the Antigua Hawksbills