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PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – Skillz Baseball Academies (Skillz BA) will have student athlete registration beginning this Saturday August 4th at Jose Lake /John Cooper and Little League Field the entire month of August.

GREAT BAY - October 4 to October 14 is recognized locally as Police Sports Week and NAGICO Insurances made a donation to the St. Maarten Police Sports Organization (PSO) on Friday to assist with their planned festivities.

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten -Below you will find the schedule of basketball games for this weekend.

WESTINDIES - Sulieman Benn has moved closer to a return for West Indies after being named in their 30-man preliminary squad for the ICC World Twenty20.

Benn has not played for West Indies since last year's World Cup, a tournament during which the team management was unimpressed by his off-field behaviour, and he lost his central contract later in 2011.

CUL-de-sac, St. Maarten —The four-day softball knockout for corporate and government sporting teams hosted by the PJIAE Sporting Club concluded at the John Cooper-Jose Lake, Jr., Ballpark on Sunday, July 29.

WESTINDIES - Victory didn't seem so certain at the end of the fourth day, but West Indies delivered the knockout punch on the fifth, thanks to their seamers, to cruise to a nine-wicket win and take a 1-0 lead in the series.

WESTINDIES - Kieron Pollard, Dwayne Bravo and Sunil Narine are yet to formally give their consent to represent Trinidad & Tobago, instead of their IPL franchises, in the forthcoming Champions League Twenty20, a T&T board official has told ESPNcricinfo.

CUL-de-sac, St. Maarten - PJIAE Sporting Club is hosting a four-day softball knockout for the sporting teams of St. Maarten businesses and government departments.

GREAT BAY, St. Martin —When the "St. Maarten national selection" female volleyball team plays in St Kitts this weekend, the United Volleyball Club (UVC) will be rooting extra hard.

WESTINDIES - The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) will have to fork out $1 million to pay its former captain Ramnarace Sarwan for “publicly denigrating and humiliating” the Guyanese and Leicestershire middle order batsman.

The payment is part of a $1.5 million pay out in damages which the Board incurred recently. Sarwan was awarded the damages after winning his arbitration matter against the WICB, a case in which he was cleared of all charges levelled against him by WICB, CEO Ernest Hilliare regarding his fitness and attitude.

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