Guyana maintain unbeaten streakGUYANA Under-19 cricket team continued the dominant form on Thursday when they trounced Barbados by ten wickets in the fourth round encounter of Cricket West Indies Regional Under-19 one-day tournament, played at Conaree, St Kitts and Nevis.The win is the fourth for the Guyanese in as many matches played to date.Spinners Ashmead Nedd and Kevin Sinclair combined for eight wickets as the Bajans were dismissed for 166 in the 46th over. Nedd ended with 4-29 and Sinclair 4-23, while Shian Brathwaite scored 59.Openers Raymond Perez and Joshua Persaud then went about dismantling the Barbados bowling attack, racing to the target without the loss of a wicket in the 40th over.Perez ended on 87, while Persaud was sitting on 75 when victory was achieved. Guyana, and Trinidad & Tobago, also boasting an unbeaten record, will clash in the next round today.
Published on November 2, 2019 at 9:28 pm Syracuse (3-6, 0-5 Atlantic Coast) entered Saturday’s game looking for its first conference win of the season, and despite a promising start, Boston College (4-5, 3-3) ran all over the Orange in the second quarter, scoring 34 points and blowing the game open. The Orange allowed 496 rushing yards on Saturday.Our beat writers discuss the Orange’s season-defining loss: Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments
The Lakers veteran was assessed a Flagrant 2 foul and ejected in the fourth quarter at Chesapeake Energy Arena. The NBA fined Los Angeles Lakers guard Rajon Rondo $35,000 one day after he was ejected from a game against the Oklahoma City Thunder.Rondo paid the price for “unsportsmanlike physical contact” on Thunder guard Dennis Schroder in LA’s 130-127 win Friday in Oklahoma City. MORE: Westbrook, Beverley continue to talk trash in Rockets-ClippersRondo appeared to kick Schroder, with the NBA also penalizing the former on Saturday for “verbal abuse of a game official and failing to leave the court in a timely manner upon his ejection.”Rondo is averaging 7.2 points, 2.8 rebounds and 5.6 assists this season. read more
Free ferry tickets will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis and are limited to groups of four. Ferries will depart Long Wharf at 10:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m., noon, 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. Ferries return to Long Wharf between 1:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. This Free Ferry Day is hosted by the National Park Service, Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation and Boston Harbor Now.Following Free Ferry Day, an entire season of events are planned to connect people of all ages to Boston’s waterfront, harbor, islands and each other. Highlights include:Activities for Kids – from sea kayaking to fishing to island detectives, activities for children of all ages are happening throughout the seasonIsland Yoga – a free all-levels class every Saturday on Spectacle IslandL.L. Bean Events – clinics hosted by L.L. Bean focusing on various outdoor skillsNight Sky – three opportunities to camp and explore the splendor of the night sky with park staff on Peddocks IslandRock the Fort – three free live concerts featuring bands from Berklee College of MusicFamily Fun Day (August 19) – a fun-filled day on Georges Island featuring games, music, puppet shows, fairy houses and story-telling piratesFor more information about Free Ferry Day and a complete schedule of summer activities happening on the Boston Harbor Islands, visit www.bostonharborislands.org.For a complete schedule of summer activities happening on the waterfront and harbor, visit www.bostonharbornow.org. On Saturday, May 26, Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park opens with a day of free ferry service to Georges and Spectacle Islands, and a morning filled with family-friendly activities on Long Wharf North – Boston’s gateway to the Harbor Islands.Activities on Long Wharf North begin at 8:30 a.m. with free ferry ticket pick-up at the Boston Harbor Cruises Ferry Center. At 9:30 a.m., the 2018 island season officially opens with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and festive send-off of the first ferry of the season. Following the ribbon-cutting, the celebration continues with family-friendly activities throughout the morning, including live music from Cocek! Brass Band and stations for face painting and temporary tattoos.Visitors to the islands can explore Fort Warren on Georges Island, hike drumlin trails and stroll beaches on Spectacle Island or simply enjoy a refreshing ferry ride through scenic Boston harbor. Bring a picnic, grab a Junior Ranger book or island map, and spend the day taking in panoramic views of Boston and the harbor!*Advertisement* read more