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Personal Best Set At SALCC 2019 Annual Sports Meet

Press Release:-  Hundreds of staff, students, parents and supporters who assembled at the Mindoo Phillip Park on Feb. 11, were rewarded with a thrilling 1.90 metre personal best and gold...

Chris Gayle To Retire From ODIs

Jamaica Observer:-  KINGSTON, Jamaica — Veteran West Indies batsman Chris Gayle has announced that he will retire from one-day international cricket following the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup in England...

England, India Tours Set To Boost CWI Financially

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — Cricket West Indies (CWI) is bracing for a huge financial windfall from the ongoing England tour and the upcoming home series against India, as the...

Sandals Foundation Into Fifth Year with Junior Tennis Program

Press Release:-  The Sandals Foundation is reinforcing its pledge to youth development in St. Lucia, this time with the continuation of its sponsorship of the Tigers InFLOW Academy which is...

‘Reds’ Urges ICC To Be Consistent After Shannon Gabriel Suspension

Veteran cricket commentator, Joseph 'Reds' Perreira has said that the ICC needs to be very consistent in its standards, asserting that Caribbean reaction to the way the organisation dealt...

Gabriel Apologises For Asking Root ‘Do You Like Boys?’

Irish Times:-  Shannon Gabriel asked Joe Root “Do you like boys?” during the third Test between the West Indies and England, he has revealed. The West Indies fast bowler has published...

7-Year-Old Tampa Athlete Being Called The Next Usain Bolt

ABC News:-  A 7-year-old Tampa boy is turning heads with his speed. Rudolph “Blaze the Great” Ingram Jr. has become a verified Instagram star for his sprinting skills. He has more...

Windies Cricketer Gets Four-Match Ban For Alleged Homophobic Comment

CNN:-  West Indies fast bowler Shannon Gabriel has been banned for four one-day international matches after making an alleged homophobic comment during his team's Test match defeat by England. Television footage...

Gordon Banks Dies Aged 81

Sky News:-  England's 1966 World Cup-winning goalkeeper Gordon Banks has died aged 81. Banks made a total of 73 appearances for England during his career, including every game of the victorious...

Saint Lucia Welcomes Barmy Army for England Cricket Tour

Press Release:-  – The Saint Lucia Tourism Authority is looking forward to welcoming scores of England cricket fans for the upcoming series of matches on the island in the England...