Cyclists will take to the road on the last Sunday in October to promote awareness of Breast cancer. The race will have some different features according to Digicel Sponsorship Manager Gavin Hope
President of the Guyana Cycling Federation Cheryl Matthews said it is very important that they get the kind of support Digicel gives.
The race is expected to be a very lucrative one for the cyclists who have been encouraged to turn out in their numbers.
West indies women continue their winning ways yesterday in the tri nations 20/20 series, beating New Zealand by 23 runs in their 20/20 clash at the Kensington Oval in Barbados The Windies women made a modest 104/6 off their 20 overs and then bowled out their visitors for 81 in 19 overs. Deandra dottin was the top scorer with 52 and kyshona knight chipped in with 20. Anisa Mohammed took 5 wks for 12 for the home side. The next match for the WI will be on Friday when the take on England
Bangladesh beat the WI by 4 wkts at the Everest Cricket ground yesterday to complete a hat trick of victories and lead the 7 match series 3-1. West Indies U19 failed to gather any momentum after their opening win and must win the remaining 3 games if they are to win the series. WI batted first and were all out in the 47th over for 144 with only 3 batsmen getting into double figures.Miraj took 5/17 and Likon 3/25.
Bangladesh replied with 144 for the loss of 6 wkts and needed just under 40 overs to reach the target Lewis and Jordan took 2 wkts apiece.
The next match is due for the Providence stadium tomorrow in a day/night affair.
And in the Georgetown Football association Players Cup football semi-final action Alpha the Hammer United will come up against Riddim squad and Camptown will match skills against Santos on Wednesday evening at the GFC ground Bourda.