One would have thought that since its the start of the new year of 2018, 3 years after CWI (Formerly WICB) initiated the rebuilding process of WI Cricket after that famous/infamous abandoned tour of India we would have least start seeing some sort of turnaround from Windies, unfortunately it doesn’t seem anywhere close to the horizon. … Continue reading New Year Poor West Indies Cricket
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“Jamaican musician Chronixx has ignited a torch in people’s hearts the world over and is confidently lighting the path for an entire generation of youths to rediscover roots and culture.” Born Jamar Rolando McNaughton on October 10, 1992, Chronixx was musically nurtured from an early age by his father,… Continue reading “Prepare your minds and hearts for this revolution.” – Chronixx
In the Facebook group “The Leading Edge- A True Windies Fans Page group member Leslie P. Lett was excited that you bought himself a book for Christmas but not just any book. He actually bought himself What inspired me to highlight this self-gifting was that all alone I have been making the same … Continue reading Self Giving Christmas Gift
It was a heavy heart that I write this blogpost upon reading the December 16, 2017 online article from http://www.ESPNcricinfo.com entitled “Don’t see myself making a WI comback – Dwayne Bravo”. The article was shared in a facebook group The Leading Edge – A True Windies Fans Page, where many persons had mixed reviews about … Continue reading Adios Dwayne Bravo
With only 15 days left in 2017, the art of blogging has been an insightful and eventful year for me as an active blogger. I have found myself joining various online blogging groups in order to promote myself as a blogger and also network with other blogging which truly enhanced my skill as a blogger. … Continue reading Blog Review 2017
In the sports section of the Sunday Gleaner dated November 19, 2017, sports columnist Tony Becca titled his article “Sammy was a Lucky Man” which I tend to agree. For me “lucky” is too strong of a word to use so if I were the writer of the said column I would phrase it as … Continue reading Sammy was a Lucky Man, Like What???
Michael Anthony Holding born 16 February 1954, youngest of four children to Ralph and Enid Holding who lived in Kingston. Michael grew up in a family that had a passion for sports hence his love affair for cricket. His love for cricket led his father enrolling him as a member of Melbourne Cricket Club in Kingston. … Continue reading The Day when the Cricketing World Met Michael Anthony Holding