HUNDREDS of football enthusiasts are expected to converge on the Phillip Marcellin Grounds in Vieux Fort this weekend when Veterans In Sports Inc. presents the four semifinal matchups in the 2016/2017 Plate and Main Draw championships.
YOUNG St. Lucian basketball players, both male and female, have been given the opportunity to show and strengthen their skills with hopes of playing in an international arena with the upcoming inaugural Lesser Antilles 3×3 International Youth Tournament which is to be held in St. Lucia in the coming months.
THE Rodney Height Aquatic Centre will tomorrow morning stage a developmental meet, the first this year for the Saint Lucia Amateur Swimming Association in preparation for the CARIFTA Championship scheduled for April 15-19 in Nassau, Bahamas.
THE 2017 College Player Showcase got off to an unbelievable start on Thursday evening at the Darren Sammy Cricket Stadium Players’ Lounge. The local press, sponsors and other invited guests were treated to an evening of information relating to organizing the Showcase and embarking on studies in the USA.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Test captain Jason Holder says one of his main goals is to transform the Caribbean side into a tightly-knit unit, and believes this will be the catalyst for any turnaround in the team’s fortunes. The Caribbean side has endured a torrid time in Test and One-Day International cricket over the last decade and currently ranked eighth and ninth respectively in either format.
THE miscellany of literary writing by Gandolph St. Clair reveals and confirms what we already know about him – that is, he is a prolific writer grounded in experience of his reality and willing to share that experience through the art of creative writing.
THE future and pride of the nation was celebrated on a grand scale Tuesday morning, as the Ministry of Education hosted the 2017 National Awards of Excellence at the National Cultural Centre. The event saw a number of students receiving honourable recognition for their outstanding performance at last year’s Common Entrance, CXC and CSEC Examinations.
You’re on a diet to shed the holiday calories you picked up from all of those cookies and cocktails, and really rocking your plan. Of course, it’s tempting to constantly check your progress on the scale. After all, why not get some positive reinforcement and validation that, indeed, avoiding sugar and spending that extra time in the gym is paying off?
TWENTY eight years of good quality Toddler and Pre Primary Montessori Early Childhood Educational service is how Director Myrtle Murray will describe this year’s anniversary of her Wee Wisdom Montessori School. Much of the school’s success she attributes to a cadre of hard working and dedicated staff who, over the many years, have displayed high levels of commitment in providing the notable levels of educational service the school has become known for.
THE Lions and Leos, of Zone 3B, Saint Lucia representing the Lions Clubs of Castries, Vieux Fort, Piton Soufriere, Gros Islet, and Micoud and the Leo clubs of Castries and Hewanorra Plains last Sunday gathered in Mon Repos to commemorate the start of a significant milestone – the 50th Anniversary of Lionism in Saint Lucia.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – The Barbados Cricket Association has promised that the historic Kensington Oval will be in tip-top shape for the hosting of the matches in the upcoming West Indies Cricket Board’s Regional Super50 bowling off next week. In a media briefing on Friday, the BCA’s chief executive, Noel Lynch, said the governing body worked hard to get the facility ready for the event, which will be played in Barbados from next Tuesday.