Hits: 184 Created on 09 May 2016 Written by GFA Category: SPORT
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GRENADA FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION HAS A NEW GENERAL SECRETARY

St. George -- The Grenada Football Association has appointed Ken-Martin Whiteman as its General Secretary effective Monday 9th May, 2016. This decision was taken by the GFA's Executive Committee at a meeting last week.

Mr. Whiteman comes to the GFA with extensive experience and qualifications in management. He is the holder of a Bachelor's Degree in Economic Planning from the University of Camaguey as well as an MPA in development from the Carleton University and University of Ottawa. He also holds a certificate of management from the Manitoba Institute of Management.

In addition, Mr. Whiteman has prior experience in the administration of football having served in positions on the GFA Executive Committee on three separate occasions.

 
Hits: 216 Created on 03 May 2016 Written by CONCACAF Category: SPORT
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GRENADA TARGETS GOLD CUP RETURN

ST. GEORGE – Of the 24 teams to have participated in the CONCACAF Gold Cup, only seven came from the Caribbean.  Six of those have competed more than once.

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Hits: 260 Created on 02 May 2016 Written by TONY COZIER Category: SPORT
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MITCHELL SHOULD LET LEGENDS TAKE LEAD

GRENADA Prime Minister Keith Mitchell's passion for cricket long preceded his passion for politics.

He was an off-spinner in the Grenada team between 1964 to 1966, appointed captain in 1973 following his completion of a Bachelor of Science degree at the Cave Hill campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI).

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Hits: 312 Created on 22 April 2016 Written by GIS Category: SPORT
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GRENADA HAS A NEW WORLD CHAMPION

St. George -- Hailing from the sister isle of Carriacou, Jerome McQuilkin, is now officially a World Champion.

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Hits: 247 Created on 22 April 2016 Written by Carole Beckford Category: SPORT
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STATEMENT FROM THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND THE EXECUTIVE OF THE WEST INDIES CRICKET BOARD

Antigua -- Restructuring in today's sporting world simply means choosing the best model for the sport at the time. This may best be defined by the resultant effect of an economic impact model which clearly states that revenue-sharing is vital for all stakeholders. In an ongoing effort, the WICB in its financials for the year ending September 30, 2015, reported a surplus (US$3.5 million) which resulted in the deficit being reduced to just under US$2 million.

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