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Keaton Jennings on England 's win in St Lucia , Mark Wood 's spell and an exciting summer ahead
It was good to end the Tests with a win. We may have lost the series but at no point did the guys take their foot off the gas and we were always pushing to win, no matter how difficult a situation we were in.
So much choice ... and no arguing over the bill : The world 's best all-inclusive holidays , from a fitness retreat in St Lucia to a cultural tour of Japan
Then an all-inclusive holiday will fit the bill, whether you’re looking for action, romance or a family break. Put your wallet away and plan your happy days . . . Yoga, pilates, tai chi, tennis, golf, cycling, walking, scuba-diving, spinning and dance classes are all on offer at St Lucia’s BodyHolid
Chase moves up batting charts , Roach on verge of top 10
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (CMC) — Roston Chase's fifth Test hundred has seen him make a significant rise in the latest International Cricket Council (ICC) batting rankings.
Joe Root : how England 's cricket captain hit homophobia for six in St Lucia
Sledging – unpleasant or personal remarks between players – is one of the less savoury aspects of cricket. Usually what happens on the field, stays on the field – but in the third test match between the West Indies in St Lucia recently, the England captain Joe Root publicly rebuked West Indies fast-
Charles and Camilla to make historic trip to Cuba
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall could meet some of Cuba’s most celebrated music stars when they make an historic visit to the country. Charles and Camilla’s official four-day trip to the communist state in March, part of a Caribbean tour, will be a first by members of the monarchy.
Shannon Gabriel : West Indies fast bowler banned for four one-day matches after comments made to Joe Root in St Lucia
West Indies bowler Shannon Gabriel has been suspended for the first four of the five-match ODI series against England after accepting an International Cricket Council's code of conduct charge.
Kent batsman Joe Denly does Ashes bid no harm with maiden Test fifty for England against West Indies in St Lucia
Joe Denly staked his claim for a place in England's Ashes squad this summer by scoring his maiden Test fifty on Monday. The 32-year-old Kent batsman was playing only his second Test for England.
Singer R. Kelly charged with sexual abuse : court records
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Grammy-winning singer R. Kelly was charged on Friday with multiple counts of criminal sexual abuse, following years of allegations of sexual misconduct, according to court documents posted online.
Jamaican swim coach makes mark in Canada
...Jacky Beckford-Henriques named Men's Team Coach of the Year. FORMER Jamaican technical director and head coach of Varsity Swimming, Jacky Beckford-Henriques (formerly Jacky Walter) recently earned her first major coaching accolade when she was named Ontario University Athletics (OUA) Men's Team C
Record-breaking Sagicor Sigma Corporate Run on today
A record number of participants have registered and are expected to participate in the 21st staging of the Sagicor Sigma Corporate Run at Emancipation Park in New Kingston today.
Taxation in the age of base erosion and profit shifting
THE many changes in the tax landscape are likely to have material impact on businesses and their tax structures. Shareholders will therefore need to give greater consideration to their company structures in order to ensure there are no “perceived abuses” in their businesses.
West Indies ' Gabriel apologises and clears air over Root sledge
West Indies fast bowler Shannon Gabriel sought to clear the air over what he said to England captain Joe Root and extended an "unreserved apology" for his comments during the third test against England in St Lucia.
Chris Tremlett : Mark Wood 's fiery return against West Indies showed England 's need for speed
Mark Wood’s return to the England Test side was brilliant to see. It’s been a long time since we saw such a spell of fiery fast bowling and it was both hugely enjoyable and hugely effective.
Beyond electricity -- Geothermal energy development picking up
At a recent geothermal congress in Germany, IGA shared a status report on global geothermal energy development and an outlook into the future, estimating up to 4,000 MW of geothermal power generation capacity to be added in the next five years.
CPJ expanding retail footprint outside Jamaica - Beverage line , food division upgrades on tap for MoBay
Caribbean Producers Jamaica, CPJ, has opened a store in St Lucia, marking the expansion of its retail footprint outside Jamaica for the first time. And there’s more to come, said CEO David Lowe in an interview with the Financial Gleaner.
` I 'm very hungry to get back on the park ' : Jason Holder wants West Indies to follow Test series win over England with victory in one-day internationals
Jason Holder is hoping to carry over the momentum from the West Indies' Test success over England by knocking Eoin Morgan's top-ranked one-day side off their perch. Holder captained the Windies to dominant victories in Barbados and Antigua, upsetting their well-fancied tourists in the process.
West Indies vs England : Shannon Gabriel Extends `` Unreserved Apology '' To Joe Root , Feels `` Deeply Sorry ''
Windies fast bowler Shannon Gabriel has extended his unreserved apology to England Test captain Joe Root over the ill-suited comments he made during the recently-concluded third Test in St Lucia that England won by 232 runs. Gabriel was handed a four-match ODI ban by the International Cricket Counci
Be wary of false flags
I use this medium to seek for a correction of a 'false flag' which was raised in Sunday's February 3, 2019 edition of the Jamaica Observer on Page 29, under an article captioned 'Protestors amass in Venezuela for and against Maduro' , with an accompanying captioned photograph of a mass gathering, fr
Mark Wood the bright spot as England batsmen fall well short
England's bowling was competitive but Joe Root only produced in the final innings of the tour and too many other players underperformed while the series was alive. Mark Wood (six wickets at 15.50)
Windies ' Gabriel banned for four ODIs over personal abuse
West Indies fast bowler Shannon Gabriel has been banned for the first four one-day internationals against England after being found guilty of "personal abuse" in the St Lucia test, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Wednesday.