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Lionel Messi scores his 600th career goal

Lionel Messi scored the 600th goal of his remarkable career to help Barcelona to open up an eight-point lead at the top of La Liga yesterday. The Argentina forward scored the only goal of the game — a left-footed free kick in the 26th minute — to beat their nearest …

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Over 2000 Support DASH Independence Colour Run

Press Release- In a parti-colored atmosphere of fun and family, the 4th edition of the DASH Colour Run delivered what is consider to be its most successful year yet – highlighting the true meaning of independence and unity. Dubbed the most colourful event on the independence calendar, DASH 4 took place …

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Spinners, Roach help West Indies defend 115

ESPN Cricinfo- Spinners Nikita Miller (5 for 20) and Ashley Nurse (2 for 21) rescued West Indies after yet another batting collapse, helping bowl UAE out for 83 in a chase of 116 at the Harare Sports Club. With this performance coming close on the heels of a chastening defeat to Afghanistan, West Indies will worry about …

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Guptill, Simmons fetch biggest bids at CPL draft

ESPN Cricinfo- Lendl Simmons and Martin Guptill fetched the biggest bids while Kieron Pollard was the biggest transfer in the CPL draft on Thursday in London. Simmons and Guptill, along with the quartet of Chris Gayle, Andre Russell, Dwayne Bravo and Sohail Tanvir, were paid the maximum price of USD 160,000 by their franchises. Having been released by the Jamaica …

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Sandals Scholar and Marathon Runner Ange Fontinelle Breaks Local Records

Castries, Saint Lucia – March 01, 2018 – Ange Fontinelle, currently a holder of a Sandals Foundation Scholarship, is busy blazing a trail in athletics. He is currently studying Economics, Caribbean Studies, Applied Mathematics and Environmental Science at the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College. On the verge of quitting his …

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Independence Swim Challenge postponed- again

Press Release- St. Lucia Amateur Swimming Association would like to inform its members and the public that it is once again forced to reschedule its Independence Swim Challenge to March 18th2018 due to continued circumstances beyond its control. The Rodney Heights Aquatic Center is working arduously to get the pool …

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Independence Criterium Cycling Classic this Sunday

St. Lucia Cycling Association will be hosting its Independence Criterium Cycling Classic on Sunday March 4th 2018 from 1.00pm at the Castries City Circuit. The Criterium Classic will consist of 8 events as follows: 1.00pm   BMX 14 and under 1 lap 1.20pm   MTB 14 and under 3 laps 1.40pm   Road …

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Caribbean possible hosts for CONCACAF Gold Cup 2019

The CONCACAF Gold Cup will expand from 12 nations to 16 for the next edition in 2019. The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football also said Monday it will explore holding the 2019 tournament outside of the United States, possibly with some games in Central America and the …

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St. Lucia to participate in mixed martial arts championships

St. Lucia will be one of 19 countries registered to participate in the Caribbean International Invitational Combat Sports Championships. The 2018 version of the mixed martial arts championships will be held in Trinidad and Tobago. The participating countries include: Australia, Aruba, Barbados, Brazil, Columbia, Cuba Curacao, Grenada, Guyana, Holland, Jamaica, …

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