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Sri Lanka secure World Cup berth after Windies defeat

[ESPNcricinfo] Sri Lanka have become the eighth and final team to qualify automatically for the 2019 World Cup, following West Indies’ seven-wicket defeat against England in the first ODI at Old Trafford. With September 30 set as the cut-off date, West Indies (78 points) now cannot move ahead of Sri …

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Cottrell, Thomas picked in West Indies A squad

[ESPNCRICINFO] Batsman Shamarh Brooks will lead a 13-member West Indies A squad that also includes left-arm pacer Sheldon Cottrell and batsman Vishaul Singh, who have played Test cricket, for the first two four-day games against Sri Lanka A next month. Cottrell took 11 wickets in just six games in the recently-concluded Caribbean Premier League for runners-up St …

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Bairstow’s maiden hundred sets up crushing win for England

England 210 for 3 (Bairstow 100*, Root 54*) beat West Indies 204 for 9 (Holder 41*, Stokes 3-43) by seven wickets. It has looked likely for quite some time, but defeat at Old Trafford confirmed that West Indies will have to progress through next year’s qualifying tournament to reach the 2019 World Cup. …

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Result of 3rd leg of Community 7s Rugby Tournament 2017

PRESS RELEASE:-The third leg of the Community 7s Rugby Tournament was held under the scorching heat and harsh grounds of Dennery Playing Field on 17 September 2017. The female teams of VBCC Stingers Rugby Team and Whiptail Warriors Rugby Football Club played impressive matches that held the attention of awestruck …

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Darren Sammy Denies Snubbing CWI Boss David Cameron

(ESPNCricInfo) – Did Darren Sammy snub Cricket West Indies (CWI) president Dave Cameron at the post-match presentation ceremony at Gaddafi Stadium on Friday? Sammy was a member of the World XI that played three T20s in Lahore this week, and on Friday his side lost the final game, and with it …

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West Indies Defeat England in T20I

(ESPNCRICINFO) Eoin Morgan won the toss and chose to bowl first in the one-off T20I in Durham, as England looked to extract a measure of revenge for their memorable defeat in the World T20 final. Eighteen months have elapsed since that balmy, barmy night in Kolkata, when England and West …

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Choc Roundabout to Marisule Intersection Closed Through Monday

PRESS RELEASE:-The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy wishes to inform the motoring public that a section of the Castries – Gros Islet Highway, Choc Roundabout to Marisule Intersection will be closed from 4p.m. on Saturday 16th September 2017 to 5a.m on Monday 18th September 2017.  This is to allow …

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Fresh coaching staff for West Indies after dismal Women’s World Cup

Cricket West Indies (CWI) have announced the removal of the women’s management – coach Vasbert Drakes and his assistants Ezra Moseley and Stuart Williams – that oversaw a poor World Cup campaign in England, where they finished sixth among eight teams. CWI hopes to set up a new management support structure ahead of the home series …

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2nd leg of 2017 Community 7s Rugby Tournament

PRESS RELEASE:-The second leg of 2017 Community 7s Tournament was held on Saturday, 9 September, at Laborie Playing Field. The day’s fixture was affected as a result of a no show by Soufriere Lions Team and the matches for the female teams being postponed to a later date. Nevertheless, the …

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Seajays Swim Club Welcomes Returning Swimmers

PRESS RELEASE:-The Seajays Swim Club welcomed its swimmers back to the pool on 4th September 2017. While the Club was happy to see its continuing members return to poolside it was also excited to enroll an impressive group of new swimmers.  The Executive along with its Coaches look forward to …

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