Guyana Cricket


GUYANA CRICKET BOARD (GCB)

Bourda

Georgetown, Guyana

Tel: 011 59222 54813
Fax: 011 59222 54814
Email: gcb@solutions2000.net

President: Ramsey Ali
Secretary: Anand Sanasie
Administrator: Savitri Persaud

 

The Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) controls cricket in Guyana. 


 

 


West Indies batting stalwart Shiv Chanderpaul made the 97th half-century of his first-class career as he tried to prop up Lancashire's batting on the opening day of their four-day match against Somerset in the English County Championship. The 36-year-old topscored with 56 as Lancs were bowled out for 259 in 83 overs at the County Ground in Taunton. In reply the home side reached 54-1 at the close, with Marcus Trescothick falling...

Georgetown: Guyana's government and the people of the country have thrown their full support behind the national squad which will compete in the Airtel Champions League in South Africa. The squad arrived in Johannesburg on Wednesday and will have their first game on Sunday when they face Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Dr Frank Anthony, Guyana’s Sports Minister said: “We were very pleased with...

Johannesburg, South Africa: The Guyanese cricketers arrived in South Africa on Wednesday for their journey into the unknown as representative of the region at the Airtel Champions League. Captain Ramnaresh Sarwan upbeat about his team's chances in the competition as they seek to mirror the performances Trinidad and Tobago, who were outstanding at last year’s event in India.

“Trinidad and Tobago...

Shivnarine Chanderpaul on Thursday achieved another magical milestone in his outstanding cricket career. The ever-reliable left-hander reached 19 000 in his first-class career as he made 20 in the second for Lancashire against Somerset in their English County Championship match.

In the first innings of the match he made 56 – his 97th first-class half-century and now his numbers show 19 007 runs in 260 first-class...

Till now, the only real Chinese connection with cricket has been the term used to describe left-arm wrist spinners commonly referred to as 'chinamen'. Legend has it that the expression was coined in 1933, when the Englishman Walter Robbins, after being dismissed by the former West Indian spinner Ellis Chong, a cricketer of Chinese origin, is said to have exclaimed, "Imagine being bowled by a... Chinaman!"...

It was a happy day and night on Saturday for Guyana batsman Jonathan Foo as he was the centre of attention. Foo, the much-talked-about right-handed batsman celebrated his 20th birthday on Saturday, on the eve of Guyana’s opening match in the Airtel Champions League T20 tournament.

He was feted at a party at the team hotel after the lads put in their final preparations ahead of Sunday’s all-important opener...

Sunday, September 12, 2010 will be one of the biggest days in Guyanese cricket history and surely the biggest day in the careers of many members of the Guyana team. On Sunday, Ramanresh Sarwan will lead his side onto the field at Supersports Park in Centurion as they start the “journey into the unknown”.

The Amazon Conquerors – as they are branded – will come face-to-face with the Royal Challengers...

Guyana will bat first against Royal Challengers Bangalore after losing the toss and being invited bat in their opening Group B match of the Airtel Champions League T20 tournament. The match is being played at Supersports Park in Centurion, South Africa. Guyana, the Amazon Conquerors, have named a predictable starting XI. Bangalore have included their four world-class overseas players – Jacques Kallis, Cameron White, Ross...

Centurion, South Africa: Guyana were bowled out for 103 off the final ball of their innings against Royal Challengers Bangalore in their Airtel Champions Trophy T20 tournament match on Sunday. Asked to bat first on a good pitch, the Amazon Conquerors failed to come to grips with the experienced bowling attack and lost wickets in bunches at Supersports...

Centurion, South Africa: Guyana were beaten by nine wickets in their opening Group B match in the Airtel Champions League T2 Tournament against Royal Challengers Bangalore on Sunday at Supersport Park in Centurion, near Pretoria. Sent in to bat, the Amazon Conquerors were dismissed for 103 in their allocation of 20 overs. Bangalore replied with 106-1 off 12.2 overs.

Summarized scores: Guyana 103 off 20...

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