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Basketball final ends in near riot...Fans wreak havoc... Bottles thrown on court

It was supposed to be a glorious night for the continued revival of basketball in Georgetown and Guyana as a whole. Instead the finals of the inter-ward competition at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall between Wortmanville/Werk-en-Rust and North Ruimveldt turned out to be a nightmare and a slap in the face for fans and officials alike.

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Crowd trouble mar Carib Malta basketball final - Match to be completed on Saturday

AN avalanche of bottles and other debris descended on the court with 2.4 seconds left in the opening match of the Carib Malta Inter-ward basketball final at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall, Sunday night.

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Sports Hall close to basketball indefinitely

THE Cliff Anderson Sports Hall has been closed to basketball indefinitely, following the disturbance there during Saturday night’s Carib Malta Inter-ward final, thus the organisers of the education institutions competition will be meeting the authorities this morning.

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Courts Pacesetters are new senior basketball champions

COURTS Pacesetters are the new senior basketball champions of Georgetown, winning the deciding game three of the best of three series 83-65, after splitting the first two games with opponents and national champions Bounty Colts.

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Guyana’s basketball woes continue: Top referee in danger of missing clinic

GUYANA may once again find itself in the cold by not attending another important basketball activity within the Caribbean region. This time it is likely that Guyana's only internationally recognised basketball referee, Howard Peters, may miss the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) referees' certification clinic, organised by the Caribbean Basketball Confederation (CBC), early next month.

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US Embassy cancels Basketballers visas

The United States Embassy here in Guyana has “cancelled without prejudice” non-immigrant visas issued to local basketballers and officials that were part of the Guyana team to the just-concluded 16th CARICOM basketball championships in the US Virgin Islands.

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Did GABF explore all opportunities to get teams to Virgin Islands?

GUYANA’S hardworking and eager basketballers got the shock of their lives when they were unable to attend this year's history-making Senior Caribbean Basketball Championships which are being staged in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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Sports is not sport

Hamilton Green, during his tenure as Prime Minister of this country had once declared that "Sports is not sport." In his own way Green was simply stating that sports is serious business and should not be taken lightly.

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Players vying for National selection

OVERSEAS players could make up the greater part of the National basketball team that will represent Guyana at the CARICOM Championships billed for the US Virgin Islands, shortly.

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Who's who on Georgetown basketball team

Georgetown has selected a team of basketball players to compete against the Washington DC Jammers team which arrived here yesterday. The players will also be vying for a place on the Guyana national side to compete in the CARICOM Championships. Today we carry pen portraits of members.
Darcel Kester Harris: DOB: 10/22/79. Height: 5’ 6”

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