By Ravi Madholall Like the two previous years, former Guyana opening batsman Krishna Arjune is confident Guyana Jaguars will be the championship unit by the completion of the 2018/2019 Cricket West Indies Professional Cricket League regional four-day victor. Since the commencement of the season last year, Guyana Jaguars have... Read more
By Ravi Madholall in Toronto The consistency in every department of their game is paying great dividends, according to former Guyana first-class opener Krishna Arjune. He made this declaration on Sunday evening after Guyana Jaguars trounced Barbados Pride in their fifth-round match at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence. It... Read more
By Ravi Madholall in Toronto Former Guyana opening batsman Krishna Arjune firmly believes that Guyana Amazon Warriors did not play to their true potential at the Eliminator stage after they were beaten by six wickets to Trinibago Knight Riders (TKR) Thursday evening at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy Stadium,... Read more
By Ravi Madholall Since the introduction of the West Indies Cricket Board Professional Cricket League (PCL) four-day tournament in 2014, Guyana Jaguars have been the championship side on both occasions. Former Guyana opening batsman Krishna Arjune is backing his country’s boys to come out on top again and highly... Read more
Several Canadian-based Guyanese cricketers who rubbed shoulders with former Guyana and West Indies skipper Ramnaresh Sarwan spoke pleasantly about his cricketing career that came to an end recently.
After three completed rounds in the 2015/2016 West Indies Cricket Board Professional Cricket League regional four-day tournament, Guyana Jaguars are in ascendancy of retaining the coveted cup.
Hawaiian Arctic Cricket Club is the undisputed king of Scarborough Cricket Association (SCA) Premier 50-over championship
Hawaiian Arctic Cricket Club produced another stunning performance over the weekend en-route to become the first team
Hawaiian Arctic Cricket Club is anxious to make it five in row when the Scarborough Cricket Association (SCA)