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SLNCA ALICIA JOHN WOMEN’S T20 COMPETITION THIS WEEKEND

The SLNCA Alicia John Women’s T20 competition bowls off this weekend with three matches scheduled. Two matches are carded for  Sat 22 June  at the Mindoo Phillip Park: 1. 10am – Gros Islet verses NLA/SLNCA DEVELOPMENT 11. 2. 2pm –  South Castries verses Choiseul.              …

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EASTERN ZONE U17 CHAMPIONSHIP COMMENCES THIS SUNDAY

SLFA- On Sunday June 23rd the Eastern Zone U17 Championship will commence at the Grand Riviere Playing Field in Mabouya Valley with the following two games: Game 1- On The Rock Strikers (Dennery) Vs. Ti Rocher F.C (Desruisseaux) at 2:30pm. Game 2- Diamond Ballers F.C (Desruisseaux) Vs. Lion Heart Sports …

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INAUGURAL OECS/ ECCB INTERNATIONAL NETBALL SERIES

Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis – Five netball teams from across the OECS will compete for the first Gloria Ballantyne Championship Trophy in the inaugural OECS/ECCB International Netball Series, which will be held in St Vincent and the Grenadines from  15 – 21 June. The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB), in …

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ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP- BANGLADESH CHASE 322 TO BEAT WEST INDIES

BBC Sport- Shakib Al Hasan’s sublime unbeaten 124 helped Bangladesh pull off the second highest chase in World Cup history with a dominant seven-wicket win over West Indies at Taunton. Set 322 for victory, the Tigers made a rapid start but lost two quick wickets to leave the game evenly poised …

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CWI ANNOUNCES DATES FOR INDIA’S TOUR OF THE WEST INDIES

CWI ANNOUNCES DATES FOR INDIA’S TOUR OF THE WEST INDIES 2019 SPONSORED BY MYTEAM11 JOHN’S, Antigua – West Indies will begin their bid to become World Test champions during the India Tour of the West Indies which starts in August and will be sponsored by MyTeam11 and co-powered by Skoda …

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CASTER SEMENYA WINS 2000M IN PARIS

BBC- Olympic 800m champion Caster Semenya cruised to victory over 2,000m at the Meeting de Montreuil in Paris – her first race since filing an appeal against the IAAF’s rules on restricting testosterone levels in female runners. Semenya, 28, finished in five minutes 38.19 seconds, ahead of Ethiopia’s Hawi Feysa …

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