EDUCATION FORUM

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves is expected to deliver the keynote address at the opening of a two-day Educational Forum, set to take place  here next week. Some one hundred stakeholders in Education will attend the Forum, to be hosted by the Ministry of Education, in collaboration with the School of Education, University of the… Continue Reading →

BREAKAWAY MASTERS SVG FF SIX-A-SIDE FINAL

System Three One defeated Je Belle 1-nil on Sunday evening to win the Inaugural Breakaway Masters/St. Vincent and the Grenadines Football Federation Six-A-Side Championship at the Grammar School Playing Field. Earlier, BESCO Pastures beat Largo Height 1-nil on sudden death penalties to clinch the third place, after a 1-1 draw during regulation time. In the… Continue Reading →

FRANK AND PSI ADVANCEMENTS

Vincentian Javelle Frank has been nominated unopposed as Titular for Anti-Racism and Anti-Xenophobia for the PSI Caribbean Sub-Region The nomination took place at the just concluded meetings of the Public Services International (PSI) Caribbean Sub-regional Women’s and Advisory Committee, which was held here in St. Vincent and the Grenadines last week, which were held from… Continue Reading →

SCOTIABANK KIDDY CRICKET FESTIVAL RESULTS

Georgetown Primary School with 520 runs won the last preliminary Group of the Scotiabank Kiddy Cricket Skills Festival Primary Schools Championship at the Langley Park Hard Court yesterday. Second was Pamenos Burke Primary with 486 runs, Dickson Methodist was third with 467 runs, and the Langley Park Government with 408 runs. The finalists are defending… Continue Reading →

MARRIAQUA T20 SOFTBALL CRICKET RESULTS

In last weekend’s FLOW/CARIB Marriaqua Twenty/20 Softball Cricket Championship at the Richland Park Oval, Country Meet Town OUT-AH Trouble (1) won by default over CGM Gallagher Novice. The Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force defeated Fairbairn United by 152 runs. The scores: The Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force 195 for… Continue Reading →

DOTTIN OUT OF WINDIES WOMEN TOUR INJURED

Key West Indies all-rounder, Deandra Dottin has been ruled out of their upcoming Cricket tours of Ireland and England. The 27-year-old from Barbados, the world’s top-ranked Twenty/20 all-rounder needs surgery on a damaged shoulder, and has been replaced in the tour squad by batter Britney Cooper, 29. The tour starts with three Twenty/20 internationals in… Continue Reading →