Guyanese tennis player Africa Gentle blasts her way to the top to capture the International Tennis Federation Junior Title
The Guyanese junior sensation showed her class and superiority to whip St. Vincent player Amarlia Benn 6-1, 6-1 at the Grass roots Tennis Centre in Kingstown late yesterday afternoon.
She awaits the doubles competition.
Football: The Guyana national under 17 women’s team started the campaign on a disappointing note In the Caribbean Football Union World Cup qualifier as they were soundly beaten by Haiti 19-0.
The game was played yesterday in the Dominican Republic.
Guyana’s next game is against host Dominican Republic on Friday.
Cricket: Organizers of the LCPL said all of the tickets for the semifinals and finals have been sold out, as the excitement in the semi-finals unfolds this evening in Trinidad.
And Sixteen lucky local cricket fans got the opportunity to fly to the land of the Steel Pan to see the second semi-finals and finals of the tournament, all this compliments of El Dorado rum.
The winners of the competition received two airline tickets and accommodation at the Hilton hotel with spending money.
The sixteen winners woill depart Guyana on Friday and thanked DDL for the initiative.
And within a matters of hours the first finalist in the tournament will be decided when the Guyana Amazon Warriors play Trinidad Red Steel. Then on Friday the Jamaica Tallawahs play Barbados Tridents for a place in the finals.
Horse racing: The horses are going through their final preparation for this weekend’s big racing event, The Guyana Cup. On Wednesday we caught up with some of the owners and trainers at the Bushlot United Turf Club and they were confident of capturing the top prize.
The seventh annual Guyana cup will be held at the Port Mourant Turf Club on Sunday and over 30 million in cash and prizes will be up for the taking.