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New CEO commends team for reaching targets

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – Newly appointed Chief Executive Officer of the West Indies Cricket Board, Michael Muirhead, has commended the senior men’s and women’s windies teams for achieving targets set out by the WICB.

McLaren want Hamilton to feel the love

LONDON,  (Reuters) – McLaren have left Lewis Hamilton in no doubt that he will feel the love when he goes back to the Formula One team’s factory this week for the first time since his move to Mercedes was announced last month.

DeNobrega brings five-stage curtain down with a victory

Minister of Sport, Dr. Frank Anthony,(centre) shares a photo opportunity with the winners and runners up at the National Culture Centre following the conclusion of the event yesterday. (Orlando Charles photo)

– But Team Coco’s Jaime Ramirez is the overall winner By Emmerson Campbell Gold medalist at last month’s Junior Caribbean Cycling Championships, Paul DeNobrega riding for Team Coco, fittingly brought the curtain down yesterday with a victory in the final stage of this year’s sixth annual ‘Ride for Life’ five-stage event to complete four days of dominance by Team Coco.

Hardy escapes with majority decision over Eastman

Action during Saturday night’s headline bout between Simeon Hardy and Howard Eastman (Orlando Charles photo)

By Emmerson Campbell Simeon ‘Candy Man’ Hardy’s reputation of a knockout specialist was once again dented on Saturday night at the Thirst Park Ground by Howard ‘Battersea Bomber’ Eastman who stunned his opponent with his staying power and turned on the heat in the latter stages of their eight-round contest.

GDF, GYO, GNIC progress to next round

Elton Baker

GCA/Queensway Cup… By Neil Barry Jr There were to be no further upsets as round one of the Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA) Queensway knockout competition was completed yesterday with Vikings, 3rd Class and Ace Warriors all being easily dispatched from the tournament.

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