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GOVERNMENT REFURBISHES ST. ANDREW’S ROADWAYS & ENSURES TIGHT SECURITY MEASURES FOR INTER-COL 2015 ST. GEORGE — There has been a flurry of activity in “Big Parish”, St. Andrew, for the past few weeks, as the Government of Grenada undertakes several road rehabilitation projects and the Royal Grenada Police Force organizes a security plan, in preparation […]


March 2, 2015

REPUBLIC BANK CRICKET TOURNAMENT COMMENCES IN CARRIACOU Hillsborough — Hotel Laurena’s Mt. Royal All Stars were the winners of the first match in the 2015 Republic Bank Carriacou United Cricket Board Domestic Cricket Tournament.


February 28, 2015

MINISTER POORLY ADVISED Absolutely no problem with the INTER-COLL Games being staged at Progress Park in St. Andrew! It is a magnificent site and if the Principals Association, Ministry of Sport, Grenada Athletic Association, and the respective stakeholders, including the police, all work together, efficient games with astonishing memories are possible.

TICKETS FOR “WINDIES-ENGLAND” CLASH GO ON SALE END OF MARCH ST. GEORGE — Ticket sales for the upcoming cricket match between West Indies and England will begin at the end of March.

FORMER SENATOR TO BE REMEMBERED DURING STAGING OF ATHLETIC MEET Beausejour – Former Senator the Hon. Jester Emmons will be remembered during the staging of this year’s LIME Inter-Island Athletic Championship.


February 16, 2015

GRENADIAN TO PLAY AMERICAN IVY LEAGUE FOOTBALL VALDOSTA, GA – A High School Football player with Grenadian roots has signed to play Ivy League football (American-style) in the upcoming season. Julian Fraser, the son of Grenadian parents, inked his Letter of Intention with Yale University on National Signing Day on February 4, the day when […]


February 12, 2015


MINISTRY CONFIDENT ABOUT SUCCESSFUL INTER COL GAMES AT PROGRESS PARK ST. GEORGE — This year’s Inter College Athletics Games will be held at Progress Park in St Andrew.

THREE MEDIA INTERNSHIPS AVAILABLE The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) is offering three media internships to work for the ITTF at the Qoros 2015 World Table Tennis Championships in Suzhou, China from 26 April – 3 May 2015.

CAMERON MUST GO Bridgetown – According to the Caribbean Media Corporation, long serving regional Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves has blasted the leadership of West Indies Cricket Board president Dave Cameron as “poor” and “embarrassing”, and says the Jamaican executive needs to be axed or resign as head of the regional entity.

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