WI Cricket – dumb and dumber

Feb 27
2015

WICB-02CLR James and the likes of Learie Constantine and Frank Worrell must be turning in their graves over the way in which the game of cricket is being treated in this Caribbean of ours. They would be unable to understand and accept what transpires for leadership of the sport in the region and be decidedly disappointed in the quality of the players of today, not only in respect of their cricketing skills but also in respect of what appears to be their understanding of the importance of the game for us in the Caribbean. Read the rest of this entry »

National Sports Awards

Feb 20
2015

Sports_Trophy_Cup_AwardThe revised national sports awards recently came off for a second consecutive year. It was good to see the Swimming Association taking home the majority of the awards just as we had predicted some weeks ago.

It does not take a scientist to acknowledge that the achievements of the swimming fraternity were outstanding and therefore the accolades received were richly deserved. Read the rest of this entry »

$6.5m for Sports infrastructure!!!

Feb 13
2015

moneyThe government of this country is now saying that for 2015 it has committed $6.5m to the development of sport infrastructure in St Vincent and the Grenadines.

The statement has come at a time when the country is preparing itself for the pending general elections due some time this year. Read the rest of this entry »

Who will take responsibility?

Feb 06
2015

obesityIt has often been said that in St Vincent and the Grenadines we take too many things for granted. In many instances we also presume that some of the issues we read or hear about would not happen here because we are blessed.

The fact is that we do need to pay more attention to what is happening around us if we wish to survive and also leave a legacy of substance for successive generations. Read the rest of this entry »

More professionalism needed

Jan 30
2015

2On Saturday last Team Athletics St Vincent and the Grenadines held its Annual Awards Ceremony at Frenches House, Kingstown.

On yet another occasion the invitations clearly stated that the dress code was formal. Read the rest of this entry »

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