Trinidad and Tobago slam DC Jammers 73-69 - President’s A remain unbeaten ...
AS promised a resilient Trinidad and Tobago men's team rebounded by handing the heavily favoured Washington DC Jammers an enthralling defeat, winning 73-69 points, while the President's Select A team wrestled out a win against their B counterparts 68-56 on Sunday as the "battle for supremacy"
GUYANA'S lone United States-based International Amateur Basketball Federation (FIBA) referee, Howard Peters, is back home on a one-week stay. Peters, now a certified official of the International Association of Approved Basketball Officials (IAABO),
Four-team international basketball tourney to bounce off next week
THE Guyana Amateur Basketball Federation (GABF) will be hosting a four-team international tournament slated to bounce off next week at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall with six days of action. The tournament will feature Washington DC Jammers and a Tri-State team from the USA, a male and female team from Trinidad and Tobago and four Guyanese teams-two-male and two female.
Basketball tour to St Lucia - Caribbean Star to sue Woolford
Managing Director of Caribbean Star Airlines in Guyana, Khakan Ramjohn has disclosed that he intends to sue former Georgetown Amateur Basketball Association (GABA) secretary Perry Woolford for monies owed to the airline.
BROOKLYN, New York City - It goes back a quarter of a century to November 26, 1978, when the first Guyanese basketball officials John Yates and Cecil Chin were accorded the status of International Basketball Federation (FIBA) referees with their ‘carnets’ (licences).