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Sporting bygones: Cricket’s new ‘tee-total’ attitude will amuse players like legendary West Indies party animal Garry Sobers

ONE thought crossed my mind as I listened to the preposterous hoo-hah that attended the news that England players were part of an all-night drinking session after the final Ashes Test in Hobart. ONE thought crossed my mind as I listened to the preposterous hoo-hah that attended the news that England players were part of an all-night drinking session after the final Ashes Test in Hobart.

yorkshirepost.co.uk ,  1 day ago 7
Sporting bygones: Cricket’s new ‘tee-total’ attitude will amuse players like legendary West Indies party animal Garry Sobers

Barbados' Cobblers Cove Hotel has an amazing beach and some of the island's best food

Cobblers Cove Barbados hotel review - one writer enjoys a luxury break on the island to see if it lives up to the dream holiday hype from the beaches to the food and drink The Caribbean is renowned for its incredible beaches and amazing foodie scene - and the Cobblers Cove Hotel in Speightstown, Barbados most definitely doesn't disappoint.

mirror.co.uk ,  12 days ago 49
Barbados' Cobblers Cove Hotel has an amazing beach and some of the island's best food

England Vs West Indies, 3rd Test Day 3: Stuart Broad’s day-out at Old Trafford

In the 143 years of Test cricket history, only three fast bowlers have taken more than 500 wickets. Only one among them is still playing. Stuart Broad is on the verge of joining the elite list along with his partner-in-crime James Anderson, as he took all the six West Indian wickets that fell on day three of the third Test at Old Trafford.

cricxtasy.com ,  15 days ago 2
England Vs West Indies, 3rd Test Day 3: Stuart Broad’s day-out at Old Trafford

Moment a rare manatee gives birth to calf in the pool at Dutch zoo is captured in stunning footage

A rare West Indian Manatee's birth was captured at a zoo in the Netherlands Stunning footage shows the mother give birth to a calf and then swim with it There are only 39 of the endangered West Indian Manatees alive in Europe today This is the moment an endangered West Indian manatee, one of only 39 alive today in Europe, was born.

dailymail.co.uk ,  25 days ago 15
Moment a rare manatee gives birth to calf in the pool at Dutch zoo is captured in stunning footage

Ipswich Windrush Society seeks permanent home for parlour exhibits

An exhibition reflecting the social history of people from the Caribbean is looking for a new home after the success of its opening months. The Ipswich Windrush Society has converted a space in the Sailmakers shopping centre to recreate a sitting room of a family from the islands. It includes items popular amongst people of West Indian heritage living in Britain from 1948 onwards.

bbc.com ,  26 days ago 4
Ipswich Windrush Society seeks permanent home for parlour exhibits

Happy Birthday, Andre Russell : 10 Records which prove he is a T20 beast

Andre Russell is a dream T20 player. He can walk into any T20 side in the world, be it as a pure batsman or even a pure bowler. The West Indian all-rounder can bat anywhere in the line-up or even bowl at any stage of the game and still have the same impact.

cricxtasy.com ,  2 months ago 16
Happy Birthday, Andre Russell : 10 Records which prove he is a T20 beast

Lettuce, cabbage for manatees? Feds, conservationists consider feeding sea cows after 1,000 deaths | Miami Herald

MIAMI — Manatees are starving in Florida, so state and wildlife agencies are considering an unprecedented measure: supplemental feedings. More than 1,000 manatees have died so far this year in Florida, a grim milestone that represents more than 10% of the population in the entire state.

nordot.app ,  2 months ago 2
Lettuce, cabbage for manatees? Feds, conservationists consider feeding sea cows after 1,000 deaths | Miami Herald

Last chance for South Africa to stay alive as they come up against formidable England

The South African players get together at the fall of a West Indian wicket AFP/Getty Images Big picture There are no quarterfinals at this T20 World Cup but South Africa have found themselves in one anyway - in a win-or-go-home match against England. If the latter happens, many will see it as a case of same-old-South-Africa when in fact, they've done better than expected so far.

espn.co.uk ,  2 months ago 0
Last chance for South Africa to stay alive as they come up against formidable England

Strictly’s Judi Love breaks silence from her sick bed after ‘rough’ Covid battle as she reveals VERY unusual remedy

STRICTLY Come Dancing's Judi Love says she has had a "rough couple of days" after being struck down with Covid. The Loose Women star, 41, tested positive for coronavirus last week and has lost her sense of taste, smell and 'has been coughing like she needs a TENA Lady sponsorship'.

thesun.co.uk ,  3 months ago 0
Strictly’s Judi Love breaks silence from her sick bed after ‘rough’ Covid battle as she reveals VERY unusual remedy

Judi Love says she has had a ‘rough couple of days’ amid coronavirus recovery

Comedian Judi Love has said she has had a “rough couple of days” as she continues her recovery from coronavirus. The Loose Women star tested positive for the virus last week and will remain absent from the programme until her period of self-isolation ends. On Monday she updated her fans on her condition, saying she does not “even know what day it is”.

belfasttelegraph.co.uk ,  3 months ago 0
Judi Love says she has had a ‘rough couple of days’ amid coronavirus recovery

BBC Strictly Come Dancing: Judi Love gives Covid update with doubt over Strictly return

The comedian and panellist missed Saturday's show because of a positive test Judi Love has given fans an update after she was forced to pull out of last week's Strictly Come Dancing due to a positive coronavirus test. The comedian and Loose Women star, partnered with Graziano Di Prima, explained she had tried all types of West Indian recipes and remedies to help herself get better.

mylondon.news ,  3 months ago 0
BBC Strictly Come Dancing: Judi Love gives Covid update with doubt over Strictly return

Exhausted Judi Love shares video from bed - casting doubt over Strictly return

Loose Women star Judi Love, who is partnered with professional Strictly dancer Graziano Di Prima, was forced to pull out of last weekend's show after contracting coronavirus Judi Love has cast doubt on whether she will return to Strictly on Saturday as she continues to struggle with Covid.

irishmirror.ie ,  3 months ago 297
Exhausted Judi Love shares video from bed - casting doubt over Strictly return

Strictly Come Dancing’s Judi Love can’t smell or taste as she gives update on Covid recovery

Strictly Come Dancing’s Judi Love has said she can’t smell and that the past few days have been ‘rough’ as she continues to recover from Covid. The Loose Women star and comedian revealed she had tested positive for the virus last week and did not take part in Saturday’s show due to being in isolation.

metro.co.uk ,  3 months ago 0
Strictly Come Dancing’s Judi Love can’t smell or taste as she gives update on Covid recovery

The West Indian Sound System that produced Coventry's biggest 2-Tone stars

Jah Baddis Sound System made household names of Neville Staple, Charley Anderson and Trevor Evans to name a few Some of 2-Tone's biggest household names cut their teeth in a group that was formed in a Coventry youth club. Jah Baddis Sound System alumni include Neville Staple who went on join The Specials, Charley Anderson who played with The Selecter and Trevor Evans, a DJ who toured with world with The Specials.

coventrytelegraph.net ,  3 months ago 17
The West Indian Sound System that produced Coventry's biggest 2-Tone stars

Hitting right reggae notes

It’s now a bakery in a Tooting shopping street, surrounded by coffee outlets and gift shops. But building in Mitcham Road was once the recording studio of a litany of some of Britain’s biggest pop bands – and international reggae stars. Historian GEOFF SIMMONS tells the story of how it was created and some of the legends that surround it.

londonnewsonline.co.uk ,  3 months ago 0
Hitting right reggae notes

Loose Women's Charlene White opens up about how her ancestors were victims of the slave trade

"I travelled down to Devon, and Devon does have a lot of links where slavery is concerned and the Empire." Loose Women presenter Charlene White has opened up about the moment she discovered that her ancestors were victims of the slave trade. The 41-year-old journalist was born in London, to West Indian parents, and by her own admission, she doesn't often find herself overcome with emotion.

devonlive.com ,  3 months ago 4
Loose Women's Charlene White opens up about how her ancestors were victims of the slave trade

Indian pace attack reminds me of Windies of old: Lara

West Indian batting great Brian Lara on Thursday praised the current Indian pace attack, which reminded him of the deadly West Indian attacks of yore. The Indian pace trio of Jasprit Bumrah, Ishant Sharma and Mohammed Shami, in 2018, picked the record 142 wickets among them in Test matches.

cricxtasy.com ,  3 months ago 0
Indian pace attack reminds me of Windies of old: Lara

The Black train guard who received abuse and death threats after he fought racism to get a job

The train guard's story is seen as a victory Many great battles have been fought by Londoners through the years seeking to challenge racial discrimination and champion equality. But the case of West Indian train guard Asquith Xavier who successfully fought against a 'colour bar' is not as well known as many.

mylondon.news ,  3 months ago 765
The Black train guard who received abuse and death threats after he fought racism to get a job

Strictly fans worried as 'exhausted' Judi shares throwback vid as speculation grows over exit

Loose Women star Judi Love, 41, was forced to pull out of Strictly Come Dancing at the weekend after contracting the virus Strictly Come Dancing fans were left baffled after Judi Love shared a TikTok of herself and partner Graziano Di Prima vibing - just a day after posting a video of herself in bed as she described the "exhaustion" she was feeling after suffering from Covid.

irishmirror.ie ,  4 months ago 7
Strictly fans worried as 'exhausted' Judi shares throwback vid as speculation grows over exit

Advantage with Indian pacers in pink ball Test, says former Bangladesh captain

Former Bangladesh captain Aminul Islam is in awe of Indian pacers and feels the hosts will have advantage in the pink ball Test beginning in Kolkata on Friday. Islam, the first Bangladeshi Test centurion, even compared the Indian pace attack to the lethal West Indian fast bowlers of the 1970s and 1980s.

cricxtasy.com ,  4 months ago 0
Advantage with Indian pacers in pink ball Test, says former Bangladesh captain