Daily Archives: 07/17/2021

CRICKET: Highlights | West Indies vs Australia | Lewis Smashes 9 Sixes! | 5th T20 – 2021

Highlights | West Indies vs Australia | Lewis Smashes 9 Sixes! | 5th T20

RESULT: West Indies 199/8   Australia 183/9.  West Indies win by 16 runs 

The last of five T20 matches – Played in St. Lucia. — Windies win series 4-1

  DETAILS AND SCORECARD FROM ESPNCRICINFO.COM < CLICK

One Day International (ODI) series vs Australia start Tuesday in Barbados

GUYANA: NOSTALGIA: Great Picnic Spots! – By Geoff Burrowes

 By Geoff Burrowes

 There were- not far from Georgetown, some great spots for picnicking.

What do you need for a really enjoyable picnic? A beach is nice, preferably not too crowded; a safe place to swim; a ball, it may be a tennis ball (wimpuss), a beach ball or even a balata ball: a spot to play cricket or football, good company, people you enjoy being with; good drink; good food; and people who are willing to prepare it and make sure it keeps coming and also, but not absolutely necessary, good music.

If there’s no music available, the willingness to sing or play instruments helps, the picnickers don’t have to be good, just willing! Continue reading

What the Protests in Cuba Have to Do With Venezuela – Rafael Osío Cabrices | Caracas Chronicles

We’ve seen unrest around the world because of the pandemic and its economic impacts. But in Cuba this unrest sparked something more powerful: a call for freedom. The reasons involve Venezuelan oil production 

  Rafael Osío Cabrices | Caracas Chronicles

The forces of History like to play, once in a while, in unexpected places. For instance, the placid town of San Antonio de los Baños, close to Havana. Who would have imagined that on the hot morning of July 11th, that small town would spark the biggest wave of protests in the long history of the Cuban Revolution?            Continue reading