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Minister of Sport Urges Support for Special Olympics   Basseterre, St. Kitts, November 26, 2012 (SKNIS): Minister responsible for Sport and Youth Empowerment, Honourable Glenn Phillip has appealed to the public to openly give support to the Special Olympics movement in St. Kitts and Nevis. During a televised address to mark the start of a number of activities running from November 24 to 30, Minister Phillip highlighted the impact that Special Olympics has on the population.  “I am truly pleased to witness the continuous and effective efforts made by Special Olympics St. Kitts

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Make Powell a sports ambassador, callers suggest.  Charlestown, Nevis (Wednesday, November 21, 2012)--Several callers to the popular radio program “In Touch with the Premier”, on Tuesday (Nov. 20) strongly suggested to Premier Parry that outstanding Nevisian cricketer Kieran Powell should be made a sports ambassador in the wake

Premier of Nevis congratulates Nevisian Kieran Powell on joining elite band  Charlestown, Nevis (Friday, November 16, 2012)--Nevis and West Indies opening batsman Kieran Powell on Friday (Nov. 16) joined an elite band of West Indian cricketers to score a century in both innings of a single test match. Powell completed the feat with an innings of 110 on the fourth day of the opening test against Bangladesh at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur, Bangladesh, following his 117 in the first innings, to join the illustrious company of George Headley, Everton Weekes, Clyde Walcott, Sir Gary Sobers,

Premier Parry congratulates Nevisian Cricketer Kieran Powell on second test hundred  Charlestown, Nevis (Wednesday, November 14, 2012)--  Premier of Nevis, the Hon. Joseph Parry, himself a former president of the Nevis Cricket Association (NCA), has applauded the fine work of 22-year-old Nevisian cricketer, Mr. Kieran Powell, who made his second test hundred on the opening day (Tues, Nov. 13) of the first Test against Bangladesh at Mirpur, Bangladesh.  The tall, elegant left-hander struck 117 (18 fours, 1 six) to set the tone for West Indies at the Shere-Bangla

St. Kitts-Nevis beats Dominica and dominates Martinique in Sugar Creole Basketball Tournament    Host country Dominica got off to a disappointing start in the Sugar Creole Basketball Tournament on Friday night, 

ST.KITTS-NEVIS NATIONAL BASKETBALL TEAM OFF TO DOMINICA  The St.Kitts-Nevis National Basketball left the federation today , Thursday November 8th  for Domnica to participate in the 2nd Annual Sugar Creole Basketball Festival . The weekend festival was first organised last year by members of the Dominica Amatuer Basketball Association and

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Road Relays Subsequent to my email dated Thursday 11th October 2012, kindly be advised that Sunday 14th event was postponed to this Sunday 21st October 2012 as a result of the inclement weather experienced by Tropical Storm Raphael.  The route remains the same with the following exchanges: 

Sugar Creole Basketball Festival Postponed.......SKABA Super 8 continues this weekend     Just 2 days after finalizing and announcing the new St.Kitts-Nevis National Team and the travelling contingent for the 2nd Annual Sugar Creole Basketball Festival in Dominica the SKABA has been informed that the Basketball weekend tournament has been postponed. The Domnica Amateur Basketball Association through President Mickey Joseph indicated to the local association that Due to rain and inclement weather they have been forced to postpone the tournament until further notice. The National Team has therefore had to suspend travel

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