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Failure-ridden Windies may disband within 10 years, warns ex-board director
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Failure-ridden Windies may disband within 10 years, warns ex-b...

IMAGE: Players of the West Indies cricket team take a drinks break during a Test match against Australia at Sabina Park in Kingston. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images A former West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) director has said that the once-formidable Windies can completely lose its credibility and disintegrate ten years from now due to its constant failure at the international level. Baldath Mahabir, described WICB as ‘unprofessional, tardy and lax’ after he stepped down from ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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Frontier Post

Once-mighty Calypso Kings now missing a beat

DOWNFALL : The West Indies have been stuck in the mire since Australia's watershed series win at Jamaica's Sabina Park in 1995 Hobart, Australia: The sad state of West Indies cricket will come into sharp focus this week when some of their best ...
 Oman Observer1 month ago Once-mighty 'Calypso Kings' now missing a beat  Frontier Post1 month ago Significant increase in Scotiabank/WICB Kiddy Cricket Programme  Jamaica Observer2 weeks ago I too cry for the state of West Indies cricket  Jamaica Observer3 weeks ago
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Jamaica Star

Nice Vibes at DayBreak at Sabina Park

It was a different kind of joyous cheer that came from patrons at the famous Sabina Park in Kingston, the iconic green field known around Jamaica and the Caribbean for the game of cricket. The usual cries of "4" and "6" in a cricket match were ...
 Jamaica Star4 weeks ago

Scorpions coach celebrates victory over Hurricanes, but...

Jamaica During the four-day game, which ended on Sunday at Sabina Park, the Scorpions made 243 in response to the Hurricanes first-innings total of 164. Set a modest victory target of 150 runs after bowling out the visitors for 228 in their ...
 Jamaica Observer2 months ago Coach upbeat after Scorpions practice game  Jamaica Observer1 month ago Scorpions downgrade Hurricanes  Jamaica Observer2 months ago PCL Update: Scorpions score three-wicket win over Hurricanes  Jamaica Observer2 months ago
RJR News Online

Campbell's X1 victorious in practice game for Nagico Super 50

John Campbell's X1 defeated Damion Jacobs X1 by 14 runs in a closely contested JCA 50 over practice match at Sabina Park on Wednesday. Campbell's X1 batted first and posted 269-9 with Campbell slamming 104 including 7 fours and 4 sixes. ...
 RJR News Online1 month ago King's X1 victorious in second JCA 50 over trial match  RJR News Online1 month ago Rain and bad light curtail first JCA 50 over trial match  RJR News Online1 month ago
CBC

Pot Panel Seeks To Disperse Marijuana Myths

POT PANEL SEEKS TO DISPERSE MARIJUANA MYTHS HALIFAX - At a Halifax skate park last summer, Philip Tibbo's 14-year-old son was told by a group of older teenagers that marijuana is natural and no harm would come of using it. It's one of many myths ...
 Media Awareness Project3 weeks ago Marijuana myths, effects on teens probed by panel in Halifax  CBC3 weeks ago Cannabis myths and youth  Castanet.net3 weeks ago Expert panel seeks to dispel myths about marijuana's effects on adolescents  Metro Canada3 weeks ago
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New Zealand Herald

Eden Park abuse 'worst in the world'

Former England cricket captain Mike Atherton has rated the Eden Park crowd as the world's best...when it comes to crowd abuse. The columnist/commentator told his readers in The Times that the ground in Auckland was in his top three of most hostile ...
 New Zealand Herald3 weeks ago Eden Park 'worst abuse'  Sunday Star-Times3 weeks ago Eden Park crowd champions of abuse  Dominion Post3 weeks ago Eden Park crowd abuse the worst, says former England cricket captain Mike Atherton  Stuff.co.nz3 weeks ago
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Denmark tests key exemption from EU rules in referendum

Peolple walk past a windmill in Kastellet park in Copenhagen COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark heads to the polls on Thursday to decide whether to adopt some EU rules, testing for the first time one of the country's decades-old exemptions from ...
 Business Insider2 months ago

UPDATE 2-Denmark hikes main rate to keep crown in tight range vs euro

(Adds analyst, currency move, context) By Sabina Zawadzki COPENHAGEN Jan 7 Denmark's central bank raised its main interest rate on Thursday to keep its currency in a tight range against the euro, in a rare step taken independently of action ...
 Reuters UK1 month ago UPDATE 1-Denmark raises interest rate, independent from ECB  Reuters1 month ago Denmark's cbank raises key interest rate by 0.10 points to -0.65 pct  Reuters1 month ago RPT-Denmarks cbank raises key interest rate by 0.10 points to -0.65 pct  Reuters UK1 month ago
Dominion Post

Windies fence lean 'bad look'

West Indies bowler Jerome Taylor celebrates taking the wicket of Australia captain Steven Smith in the June test at Sabina Park, Jamaica. The notion that West Indies are a cricket team drifting somewhere between indifference and disarray has ...
 Dominion Post1 month ago
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