Guyana Amazon Warriors batting line up boosted with the arrival of Sri Lankan Tillakaratne Dilshan
Cricket: With just one day before the grand semi-finals of the Caribbean Premier League, the Guyana Amazon Warriors batting line up has boosted with the arrival of Sri Lankan batting sensation Tillakaratne Dilshan.
The dynamic right-hander, who has played for the Delhi Daredevils and the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League, is set to step in for Guptill, who broke a bone in his right hand against the Antigua Hawksbills on Saturday night.
Meanwhile, former West Indies player Gavin Nedd and national player Leon Johnson are of the view that with the right combination the Amazon Warriors could win the tournament.
They said it would be a great boost for Guyana’s cricket.
The Guyana Amazon Warriors team is set to play the Trinidad Red Steel in the first semifinals on Thursday in Trinidad.
Karate: The Black Hawks Martial Arts Club is fine tuning their skills as they prepare to host the first Guyana Open Caribbean Tournament.
According to Sensei Garfield Newton, the Black Hawks team is ready for the competition, since the squad is made up of several world champions.
The Cliff Anderson Sports Hall is the venue for the tournament and a number of countries have already signalled their intention to be a part of the tournament.
According to Sensei Garfield it would be an exciting day of martial arts since the Black Hawks Club will be celebrating its tenth anniversary on the same day.
Horse Racing: The stage is set for Guyana’s biggest racing event dubbed the Guyana Cup. Several of the country’s top horses have already registered for the one day show down where 30 million dollars in cash and trophies will be up for grabs. Gallop time is 12:00 at the Port Mourant Turf Club.