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Co-chairman of the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta Steering Committee, Robbie Ferron signing the contract with SHTA President, Emil LeeWritten by Michele Korteweg Monday, 10 October 2011 16:12
SIMPSON BAY, ST. MAARTEN - Last week, the SHTA met with the organizers of the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta to discuss plans for the 2012 event and SHTA's contribution.
St. KITTS & NEVIS - Antigua and Barbuda walked away comfortably with its fourth straight NAGICO/Leeward Islands One Day Cricket Tournament title at the Warner Park in St. Kitts on Sunday evening.
The eight time champions crushed Nevis by 72 runs after setting a modest 210 all out in 46.4 overs.
St. KITTS & NEVIS - Antigua booked their spot in the finals of the NAGICO Leeward Islands One Day Cricket Tournament with a comprehensive 132 run win against Anguilla. The match was the second semi-finals at the Warner Park in St. Kitts.
Antigua and Barbuda will now face Nevis in the finals on Sunday at the same venue. Hayden Walsh Jr. was undoubtedly the most productive player on the pitch bowling three overs, all of which were maiden overs, taking two wickets without giving up any runs.
St. KITTS & NEVIS - It was considered the worse performance in recent years by a St. Kitts cricket team.
On Friday, Nevis humiliated the sister island on home soil at the Warner Park cricket stadium, with a comprehensive 175 run win to book their spot in the 2011 Nagico/Leeward Islands One Day Cricket Tournament finals on Sunday.
St. KITTS & NEVIS - The British Virgin Islands (BVI) fell miserably short in its attempt to defeat Nevis and end their 2011 NAGICO/Leeward Islands Tournament run on a high.
St. KITTS & NEVIS - Antigua and Barbuda continued their impressive run Wednesday in the 2011 NAGICO/Leeward Islands One Day Cricket Tournament with a 104 run win over Nevis at the Elquemedo Willet Park in Nevis.
PHILIPSBURG - National Governing Body for organized multi-sports, is responsible for the organization of the entire sport from grassroots through to elite performance.
ST. KITTS & NEVIS - Montserrat defeated BVI on Tuesday at the Warner Park in St. Kitts by 40 runs in the NAGICO/Leeward Islands One Day Cricket tournament.
It was the final game for Montserrat having lost to Nevis on Monday and last week to Antigua and Barbuda and is thus knocked out of the tournament.