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Rugby players ramp up training for upcoming season.

Rugby players will be making the most of the favorable weather conditions to ramp up their footballtraining in preparation for their upcoming season.

Rugby Board President Peter Green said that it is important for Guyana to regain the Caribbean Sevens title it lost last year.

And more kudos for Young Gumendra Shewdass , Guyana’s latest and youngest World Champion.

Big John Edwards is himself a seasoned campaigner in the sport and he was also full of praise for the achievements of Shewdass.

Edwards said that though the numbers are small, the power lifters are committed to what they do.

Another member of the power lifting fraternity was also pleased with the success, but said that the athletes must be prepared to face challenges.

And Guyana’s first boxing World Champion Andrew ‘six head’ Lewis may be getting impatient with the slow pace of preparations for his ring date with Jamaican Sakina Mullings. Six head has reportedly put a halt on his training after reports that Mullings may not be available on the date originally set for the fight. Sixhead, who had commenced training at the Albouystown facility named in his honour, has reportedly stopped training for several weeks now. The clash between the two was organized after Mullings defeated Howard Eastman in April for the WBC/CABOFE middleweight title..

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