Local Sports Debates

Dr. Anthony George Fired???

  Are plans afoot to place the best Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Sports in the Prime Minister’s Office, or Simply Get Rid of Him? “The new government plans to reduce the number of permanent secretaries from 20 to between 8 and 10…“We are basically saying that we are …

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Sammy Supports Brathwaite: Will St. Lucians Follow Suit?

Newly appointed Twenty20 captain Carlos Brathwaite believes that St. Lucia’s Daren Sammy has made his work easy for him. Brathwaite said in an interview that all he needs to do as captain is to perform “firstly as a player and then a captain, [and] continue to mould the team that …

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St. Lucia’s Association of the Year; Why??

Five Reasons the St. Lucia Football Association is and will continue to be St. Lucia’s Sports Association of the Year. By Kurt Charles SportsOnline Contributor Development of Coaches and Referees: No other association on the island has shown such an unwavering desire to develop coaches in their field. From the …

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Courtney Browne Speaks on Letter from Dr. Ralph Gonzalves

WICRICNEWS.COM Since taking over as chairman of the West Indies selection panel from Clive Lloyd in late June, Courtney Browne has come under the microscope for some of the decisions made including the dropping of veteran wicket-keeper/batsman Denesh Ramdin from the Test team for the current four-match series against India …

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Sir Everton disappointed about Sammy’s Sacking

One of the legendary Three Ws, Sir Everton Weekes, has given his disapproval of the sacking of West Indies captain Darren Sammy as well as the carnival-like behaviour of the regional players when they perform simple acts. While speaking on the sideline at the launch of Clarence Hiles’ book, 50 …

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Protest Action Ongoing Despite Police Interference!

St. Lucians are currently outside the Daren Sammy Grounds protesting the untimely sacking of former West Indies Captain Daren Sammy. Police restricted individuals from entering the stadium with placards claiming that it would be illegal for fans to do so. Despite the peaceful nature of the protest and efforts made …

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