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SLFA/GIFL U14 GUARDSMAN TOURNAMENT 2018

Press Release- A total of 33 goals were scored between Day one and Day 2 of the 3rd Annual U14 tournament. Tournament organizers, the Gros islet football expected it to be a thrilling weekend as clubs had started months in advance for this northern zone tournament. It is a tournament …

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Holder’s 99 seals Windies 2nd WCQ win

ESPN Cricinfo- For a few moments, West Indies looked in danger of losing to Papua New Guinea, chasing a target of 201. Chris Gayle was not playing. Their other firebrand opener, Evin Lewis, fell in the second over. They slumped to 58 for 4 to spur the possibility of a …

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Huge economic benefits for T&T from CPL campaign — report

CMC — Trinidad and Tobago’s hosting of preliminary-round and play-off matches in the Caribbean Premier League has resulted in an economic impact of US$23.6 million, tournament organisers have said. A study carried out by researchers SMG Insight, using organiser spend, visitor spend and media value, showed T&T benefitting to the …

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TOP COP ON ERRATIC POLICE SQUAD VAN VIRAL VIDEO

Police Commissioner Severin Moncherry has confirmed that an investigation has been launched into viral video of a police vehicle driving erratically on the Gros Islet high road. On Thursday, January 5th, News4orce reported on the video on social media, which shows a marked police, van traveling northbound along the Bois …

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National U-15 Cricket Team to defend title in SVG

Press Release- Saint Lucia’s 13 member team to defend their Windward Islands Under-15 cricket title were introduced to the local media Wednesday morning at the Department of Youth Development and Sports. The team is being captained by Ackeem Auguste with Sky La Feuille as his vice-captain. Ryan Goodman is the …

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Antigua Gov’t and WICB move to buy Stanford Cricket Grounds

(ANTGUA NEWS ROOM) – The government and the West Indies Cricket Board have partnered to purchase the Stanford Cricket Grounds and surrounding properties for US$7.5 million. The joint venture, which will see the government owning 40 per cent of the shares to WICB’s 60 per cent stake, is expected to attract …

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