first_imgAFTER gaining the support of Guyana Lottery Company through its Let’s Bet Sports brand, the Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) will resume its season when they bowl off four Internal Zone 100 balls 2nd Division tournaments.Following the internal zone tournaments, an overall Berbice Championship will be played which will see the respective Zone champions battle for the overall title.On Sunday, matches will be played at every ground across the ‘Ancient County’.Fixtures are as follows:Zone ‘A’ teams:1. Blairmont vs Bath Sports Club at Bath2. D’Edward vs Blairmont Remnants Cricket Club at D’Edward3. Cotton Tree Die Hards vs #5 Monedderlust at Cotton Tree4. Bush Lot United vs Achievers Cricket Club at Bush Lot5. Hopetown Cricket Club vs Paradise Challengers at Paradise6. Bush Lot Rising Stars (bye)Zone ‘B’ teams: Sunday1. Rose Hall Canje vs Kendall Union Sports Star at Canje2. Young Warriors ‘A’ Cricket Club vs Kendall Union Cricket Club at # 19 Village3. Betsy Ground Cricket Club vs Mental Hospital at Mental Hospital4. Young Warriors ‘B’ vs Tucber Park ‘B’ at Cumberland5. Tucber Park ‘A’ vs East Bank Blazers at East Bank6. Edinburgh Warriors vs Police at Edinburgh7. Flying Stars vs Goed Bananen Land at Flying Stars8. Mt Sinai vs Guymine at Mt SinaiZone ‘C’ teams: Sunday1. Chesney vs No 1 Road Cricket Club at Chesney2. Courtland Cricket Club vs Topoo at Topoo3. Albion Open Cricket Team vs Nigg Intruders4. Belvedere United vs Kilcoy at Kilcoy5. RHT Bakewell ‘A’ vs Whim at Area ‘H’6. Rose Hall Town Tigers vs Tain Block 4 at Tain7. Albion Community Centre vs Big Star at Albion8. Tamarind Root vs Fyrish Road Club at Hampshire9. Fyrish Cricket Club vs Kildonan Cricket Club at Fyrish10.Port Mourant vs Ramnarine Memorial at Port Mourant11.Jai Hind (bye)Zone ‘D’ teams: Sunday1. Crabwood Creek Sports Club vs #52 Survival Cricket Club at Crabwood Creek2. Bomb Squad vs #43 Scorpions at #433. All Family CC vs #70 MYO CC at #70 MYO4. Yakusari Horizon CC vs Yakusari Carib CC at Yakusari5. Dukestown CC vs #68 Darkeners CC at #606. Radha Krishna Academy vs #64 Fighting Marines CC at #647. Scottsburg United CC vs#69 Vikings CC at #698. #66 Giants CC vs #48 Challengers CC at #489. Skeldon Titans CC vs #70 Young Blood CC at Skeldon10. #69 Red Rose vs #70 Spartan at Red Rose11. #71 Sports Club vs #68 Turn team at #6812. #73 Young Warriors vs #72 All Stars Cricket Club13. #72 Cut and Load Cricket Team (bye)last_img read more

first_imgBack to “being us every night,” as Clippers forward Moe Harkless said after practice Friday, when the Clippers prepared for the slumping Minnesota Timberwolves, who showed up at Staples Center toting a 10-game losing streak.“It’s a difference when we’re the aggressors and when we’re kind of playing lackadaisical, a little,” said Harkless, who changed his jersey number last week to 11 from 8, out of respect for Bryant. “When we’re the aggressors, it’s a beautiful thing to watch for us.”A 40-point first quarter was a good look, but the prettiest sight of all for Rivers was the healthy roster at his disposal.“It was nice,” said the Clippers coach, who had all of his players at his disposal in Saturday’s 118-106 victory for the first time since Christmas and for just the second time all season – although Paul George’s minutes were limited in his second game back from a hamstring strain that cost him nine games.Even with limited doses of George, the Clippers (34-15) improved to 15-4 when George and Kawhi Leonard both play. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error LOS ANGELES — The Clippers recently diagnosed themselves with a case of the slow starts, a malady they sought to remedy Saturday afternoon at Staples Center, where the previous night the Lakers held an emotional tribute to Kobe Bryant before their game against the Portland Trail Blazers.On Saturday afternoon, Bryant’s retired jersey Nos. 8 and 24 remained visible in the rafters and 8 and 24 jerseys spotted the arena, often paired by fans with a Clippers’ hat or jacket, as the Clippers avoided losing a second consecutive game after stumbling Thursday against Sacramento.“I thought they had a better focus,” Clippers coach Doc Rivers said. “And honestly, just being honest, going through this last week, I didn’t know if it was focus. It was a tough one as a coach to hold anyone accountable.“But now you can feel it. The game last night was important for the league, I think, and now you can feel everybody, we can get back to basketball.”center_img And they improved to 29-8 when at least Leonard plays – and 7-2 in the past nine games, when Leonard has been a tear, scoring 30 or more points in each.Hours before returning to San Diego State for a day in his honor and a jersey retirement ceremony, Leonard extended that streak Saturday with 31 points in 24 minutes. He now has the second-longest 30-point scoring streak in franchise history.“He’s playing as well as anyone in the league right now and he’s doing it all around,” said Rivers of Leonard, who also had six rebounds and four assists. “It’s not just scoring, he’s doing it with his defense, with his passing. The best part of it, it’s coming in the flow. It’s not a forced 30. It’s just ball movement, he’s going downhill, he’s getting his shots and it doesn’t stand out some nights. You’re looking at a box score like, ‘Wow, he had 30?’ That’s a great sign.”The Clippers – who shot 45.9% (45 for 98) and limited Minnesota to a 17.9 (7 for 39) 3-point percentage – fended off Karl-Anthony Town and his T-Wolves with substantial first- and third-quarter outputs, before resting Leonard for all of the final period.George scored seven of his 21 points – and of the Clippers’ 20 – in the fourth quarter. He logged 25 minutes.Four other Clippers finished in double figures, including Lou Williams (17), Montrezl Harrell (16), Patrick Beverley (12) and Landry Shamet (10). Shamet has scored in double figures for the nine consecutive game.Towns finished with a game-high 32 points for the Timberwolves (15-33) on 11-for-22 shooting.last_img read more

first_imgAccording to Brightline spokesman Mike Hicks, the vehicle went around the gates that were already lowered as the train was approaching and was struck by the train.Pompano Beach Fire Rescue officials said the vehicle caught fire after the crash.Passengers were off-loaded from the train and directed to a nearby bus.There were no reports of any injured passengers on the train. BSO homicide investigators are looking into the death of a person who was killed Tuesday morning in a fiery crash involving a Brightline train in Pompano Beach.The crash was reported in the area of Atlantic Boulevard and North Dixie Highway.last_img