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U15 cricketers leave for Anguilla rematch

sxm_cricketCUL DE SAC--A group of 16 local U15 cricketers are scheduled to travel to Anguilla this morning for the rematch in the Leeward Islands U15 trial matches between the two teams.
  In the first leg of matches, which was held at Caribe Lumber Ballpark, Anguilla defeated the home in both matches on Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday, Anguilla won by 132 runs. Scores in that match: Anguilla 236...

Caribbean Laser Championship sets sail off St. Martin in June

sailMARIGOT--The 26th, annual, Heineken Light Open Caribbean Laser Championship  will be held on Baie...

Leveret goes deep in Texas

rene  Just three days into the new season Rene Leveret from St. Maarten hit his first home run. Leveret has moved...

Eruption in Paradise is a dud

boxPHILIPSBURG—Forty-two rounds, including five professional bouts of which three were to be title fights have been...

St. Maarten fisherman win at Antigua Tournament

fishCOLE BAY--Philip Barrett, from the Budget Marine St.  Maarten, reeled in the largest Marlin weighing a 612...

Medical School undefeated win Volleyball Championship

volleySABA--Medical School won their final two matches of the season to go undefeated, 6-0, in the Saba Volleyball...

L’Esperance wins Best Boat at Captain Oliver’s Regatta

sailOYSTER POND—Bobby Velasquez’s L’Esperance rounded off the season on a high this Sunday by winning Cruising...

Learning Unlimited and Combined win Interscholastic Soccer titles

soccerBELVEDERE— Learning Unlimited Hotshots won the age Seven and Under Champions in the 23rd edition of the...

Nevis lifts third Masters Cup

CARL_tUCKETTECUL DE SAC—Nevis Masters Cricket Team lifted its third consecutive Leeward Island Masters Championship trophy with...

Top Dutch tennis player coached in the mental aspect of the game

tennis_3COLE BAY—Up and coming junior tennis player from the Netherlands, Rosalie van der Hoek, is currently in St...

Eight more pass Belt Examinations

page44bMIDDLE REGION—Eight students from the King Yen Tae kwon do School past their skills examination at the Sister Marie...

Delta Petroleum to present 18th Billfish Tournament

fishMARIGOT—In just under two weeks Marina Fort Louis parking lot in Marigot transforms into a festival village as...

National volleyball team training in full swing

volleyPHILIPSBURG--The St Maarten Volleyball Association (SIMVA) is preparing to host the 2015 Eastern Caribbean...

Patricio ‘Blade’ Carty wins St. Louis Fête cycle race

raceMARIGOT—Patricio 'Blade' Carty (ASM) continues to show good form for the upcoming John T Memorial Race in Anguilla...

St. Maarten Youth Sailors scoop up prizes in the St. Barths Mini-Bucket Regatta

bucket_2SIMPSON BAY- Alec Scarabelli and Johanna Looser, from St. Maarten, dominated the RS Feva Class at the seventh...

St. Maarten Soccer Association elects Singh as new president

board_2COLEBAY- Sudesh ‘Johnny’ Singh was elected president of the St. Maarten Soccer Association Saturday.  Three...

Damien Hodge's century highlights U15 tourney

cricketCUL DE SAC--Damien Hodge of Anguilla with a well constructed century emerged as the shining light for the Leeward...

Laser donated to Anguilla Youth Sailing Association

LaserANGUILLA—Robbie Ferron, a past President of the Caribbean Sailing Association has donated one of his Laser dinghies...

St. Maarten represented at Fighters of the Caribbean

OmarMarshamPunchMay2015CURACAO--St. Maarten Muay Thai fighter Akeem Lewis and his team led by Marco London competed in the Fighters of the...

Dee Dee Trotter among winners at 4th International Athletics meet

trotterMARIGOT—The American 2012 Olympic gold medallist in the 4x400 Dehashia "Dee Dee" Trotter was among several world...

Street Kings beat selection in first of two exhibition games

streetkingsPHILIPSBURG—Dazzling footwork and shots of pin point accuracy by the world renowned Street Kings assured them a...

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U15 cricketers leave for Anguilla rematch
Friday, 29 May 2015
CUL DE SAC--A group of 16 local U15 cricketers are scheduled to travel to Anguilla this morning for... Read more...
Cornet and Monfils raise French hopes in Paris
Friday, 29 May 2015
PARIS-- Just after lunch Alize Cornet collapsed on her back in joy and several hours later as dusk... Read more...
Old African-American celebration given a second life in New York
Friday, 29 May 2015
NEW YORK--An African-American celebration called Pinkster dating back to the 17th century is... Read more...
Sheeran and his 'lazy eye' immortalized in wax
Friday, 29 May 2015
NEW YORK--After six Grammy nominations, several hit songs and numerous sold-out concerts, singer Ed... Read more...
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Friday, 29 May 2015
~ Pushing against the glass ceiling ~   By Lisa Davis-Burnett   If you drive a car, fly... Read more...
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Editorial - The last say
Friday, 29 May 2015
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Notices May 30
Friday, 29 May 2015
Saturday, May 30 FREE HIV TESTING Organized by the St. Maarten AIDS Foundation Place: Belvedere... Read more...
Notices May 29
Thursday, 28 May 2015
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