Trinidad and Tobago and Jamaica notched wins on Sunday’s opening day of the Windies Women’s Championships being held in Guyana.

Trinidad and Tobago will take on Guyana, the Leeward Islands play Barbados, while Jamaica will go up against the Windward Islands when the annual Windies Women’s Championships bowl off in Guyana on Sunday, March 17 in Guyana.

President of the Guyana Cricket Board Anand Sanasie has questioned whether the team of Ricky Skerritt is experienced enough to lead Cricket West Indies into the future.

The Guyana Cricket Board’s Anand Sanasie has taken umbrage at remarks made by CWI presidential candidate, Ricky Skerritt, who criticized the GCB for not giving him a chance to make his case as to why he should be the next president of the CWI.

Former West Indies batsman Dr Shivnarine Chanderpaul has been appointed interim assistant coach of the Guyana Jaguars with immediate effect.

Jamaica will compete in the 4x200m relays at the DSI Invitational/Armory Invitational Indoors in New York City on January 26.

Jamaica opens its U20 World Cup qualifying campaign against Grenada on November 2 at the IMG Soccer Stadium in Florida. The tournament is set to run from November 1-21.

 Former Junior National Squash Champion, Tahjia Lumley, is the youngest Jamaican to attain Level 1 & 2 England Squash Coaching Certification, having recently completed a training programme in Georgetown, Guyana.

An unbeaten century from Chandrapaul Hemraj anchored Guyana Jaguars’ crushing 9-wicket win over West Indies B, in group A of the CWI Super50 Cup at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy on Sunday.

Jerry Benzwick, President of the Jamaica Rugby Association, has praised Jamaica’s Rugby Sevens teams that finished first and third respectively at the RTek Ran 7s Championships that were held in Barbados over the weekend.

The name of Trayon Bobb will forever belong in the Concacaf history books. 

Guyana followed up tidy bowling, led by Kevelon Anderson, with solid batting to earn a seven-wicket victory over hosts Windward Islands Wednesday and capture the WINDIES Under-19 One-day title for the fifth straight year.

President of the Jamaica Table Tennis Association Godfrey Lothian believes Jamaica has the potential to conquer the Caribbean but they have to start planning as soon as possible.

Defending champions Guyana were the only outright winners as the first round of the Regional U19 Championships came to a conclusion on Sunday.

St. Lucia and Trinidad and Tobago recorded lopsided victories against the Turks and Caicos and Guyana, respectively as the Caribbean Football Union Boys U14 Challenge series got underway on Saturday.

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