All systems go for GMR&SC international race meet at the South Dakota Circuit
Motor-racing: All systems are go for this weekend’s GMR&SC International race meeting at the South Dakota Circuit. According to Mahendra Boodhoo, who is responsible for External Affairs at the club, the meet will be full of excitement.
Race time is ten in the morning.
Athletics: President of the Amateur Athletics Association of Guyana Aubrey Hutson recently sat down with Capitol News to discuss the upcoming events for the Association. He said poor weather has hampered their ability to run off its calendar of events but hopefully this will change as the conditions get better.
One of the topical issues in the Athletics arena is the use of performance enhancing substances and Hutson said this is an area the AAG will be working hard to improve especially in submitting the whereabouts form for athletes.
Football: The GFA has put a hold on the Players Cup in order to run off the super Six qualifiers. Six teams will go at each other in a Round Robin format starting Sunday at the Tucville ground and the top 3 will join Alpha and The GDF for the GFF Premier league which starts in Oct. President of the GFF Christopher Mathias said it is a format that is very fair.
Squash: Guyanese lone star female on the World squash scene Nicolette Fernandes continue to climb the world rankings. Fernandes has climbed to a career high 22 in the WISPA rankings after very good showings in the past 3 months. One of the Highlights of those 3 months is her career best showing where she reached the final of the Irish open before losing to Madeline Perry of Ireland.