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Cricket Anyone / West Indies vs. SA
« on: September 11, 2007, 06:24:39 AM »
Send free links please.


General Discussion / Oye!
« on: August 20, 2007, 10:55:06 AM »
Just a quick hello from T&T.  Heading back state side later this week.

Bless. :beermug:

Bless! :beermug:

Football / Ah Wonder if David B. make ah bad move
« on: June 01, 2007, 04:39:16 PM »
Do you think his move to the MLS was a hasty move?

Jokes / That was nasty
« on: May 31, 2007, 02:30:49 PM »

General Discussion / For the Ladies - Red or Dead.
« on: May 30, 2007, 08:05:52 AM »
Bring it.

General Discussion / You Decide
« on: May 19, 2007, 07:52:09 PM »
Big Fellas: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/4155390.stm

Small Fellas: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/6161691.stm

What if your mother is Indian and fatrher is of African decent?

General Discussion / Is Friday-Sh*t Thread
« on: May 18, 2007, 09:27:42 AM »
I eh doing crap today, let's start the day off right.

Talk plenty sh#t.

Cricket Anyone / Coach Bob Woolmer
« on: May 14, 2007, 09:01:49 AM »
More to mystery surrounding cricket coach's death?

ESPN.com news services

KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Scotland Yard investigators have concluded that Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer died of natural causes and was not strangled as local police have said, a Jamaican newspaper reported on Sunday.

In London, Scotland Yard declined to comment on the report in the Jamaica Gleaner newspaper that Woolmer died of heart failure and said it would not discuss an analysis of toxicology tests that a British government lab conducted on behalf of Jamaican authorities.

"This is an inquiry being conducted by the Jamaican authorities," said a Scotland Yard spokesman, on customary condition of anonymity in line with policy. "It's down to them to comment on developments."

Jamaican police on Monday reiterated that they were continuing to treat Woolmer's death as a homicide. Karl Angell, head of communications for the department, called the Gleaner's report "unhelpful."

The newspaper report, which did not identify its source beyond saying it was in London, was the latest in the slew of conflicting media accounts since Woolmer was found unconscious in his Kingston hotel room on March 18 and pronounced dead at a hospital. The previous day, his powerhouse team had lost to underdog Ireland in the World Cup, ensuring Pakistan's first-round exit.

Jamaican police later said the 58-year-old Woolmer had been strangled, after initially saying the cause of death was inconclusive. A barrage of unsourced media reports, especially in the British press, has said Woolmer was first drugged or poisoned before being strangled.

Mark Shields, the lead Jamaican police investigator in the case, has refused to comment on the reports, saying he was awaiting independent verification in a British government-owned lab of toxicology tests that were done in Jamaica.

Shields, a former Scotland Yard veteran, did not immediately respond to calls for comment on Sunday's report. He traveled to Britain last week and then had been expected to go to South Africa, where Woolmer's family lives.

One of two Pakistani detectives who traveled to Jamaica to assist in the probe told The Associated Press on May 7 that the investigation was so far "inconclusive." The detective, Mir Zubair Mahmood, said it was still unclear whether Woolmer was murdered or had died of natural causes.

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.

General Discussion / Bad Gripe (again)
« on: May 05, 2007, 04:41:24 PM »
Just got back from Saturday evening Mass (Church), but I had to leave right after the second reading.  A fackin gripe hole meh--hear na, talk about cold sweat in my ass and gas - meh belly was only boiling..., but ah fraid to let go the pum in church because them Irsih people woulda kill De Rat fuh sure...

Ah driving fast hoping I eh fart (shart) and shit mehself. 

Now when ah reach home, buss open the apartment door.......Is fuuny how yuh mind does work, yuh believe as soon as I hit the toilet, meh bamcee muscle just give-way. :'(

Ah go leave it dey.

General Discussion / Wha Happen To The "Hot Girls" Thread?
« on: May 05, 2007, 04:24:13 AM »

Pole, link meh.  Ah plannin fuh them.

Football / What's ManU's Deal
« on: April 24, 2007, 03:08:27 PM »
..to win seven more games and collect 3 crowns?

Football / Jose Mourinho love to smell man balls!
« on: April 24, 2007, 09:19:55 AM »
Dirty laundry

Think of all them dutty jock straps he inhale.

LONDON (Reuters) -- Two British newspapers related on Tuesday how Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho once allegedly hid in a laundry basket used for transporting the club's kit to get round a UEFA ban covering a big game.

The Daily Mail said it happened two years ago when Mourinho had been barred from contact with his players during both legs of a quarter-final Champions League tie against Bayern Munich.

 He was being punished after indiscretions in the previous round with Barcelona.

On the night of the home leg, observers were convinced that Chelsea fitness coach Rui Faria was using an earpiece hidden under a woolly hat to communicate with the manager, the Mail said.

Both the Mail and The Times said Mourinho arrived early at the ground, watched the game on a TV in a dressing room and delivered the pre-match and halftime talks.

Both papers alleged that about 10 minutes before the end of the game, which Chelsea won 4-2, the manager clambered into one of the laundry skips.

He was then wheeled away to Stamford Bridge leisure club where it was claimed he had spent the entire evening.

Both papers quoted a Chelsea statement saying: "The situation is very clear. Both matches were controlled by UEFA and they were more than satisfied on both nights that their ruling was intact, hence the statements that were issued by UEFA at the time and subsequently.

"The only reason to publish this so close to a big match is to serve an agenda that is intended to undermine our team."

Chelsea play the first leg of this season's Champions League semi-final against Liverpool at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday.

The Daily Mail said UEFA would not be taking up the alleged episode with Mourinho. The Times suggested they were unlikely to act because of the time lapse.

Taken from: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2007/soccer/04/23/bc.soccer.england.chelsea.laundry/index.html

General Discussion / Are you a Voyeur?
« on: April 23, 2007, 06:01:58 PM »
I now coming back from from ah lil small jog in the park when I ups and see a white couple bullin in the bush.  Ah mean serious ting.  My man on top ah she and getting on real bad. 

In true trini fashion, ah really had to stop a check it out. 

Ah now realise why them white gal and them in those blue movies does have sores and bo-bows on their asses.  Is ah set of razor grass they laying down on.

Cricket Anyone / WI vs. England (Supa 8)
« on: April 21, 2007, 06:54:07 AM »
The snow cone man has arrived.  Good morning fellas.  I just spoke to Brian and he is fit, mentally stable, and ready to put 100 on England.  So let us open ah bottle of VAT 19 and celebrate. :beermug: :beermug:


Cricket Anyone / SIGNAL
« on: April 21, 2007, 06:47:27 AM »
..Somebody please reply with the link to that tune.
Let's start the carnival today in tribute to LARA.

Cricket Anyone / Broken Heart
« on: April 11, 2007, 10:38:07 AM »
Yesterday was the first time I've felt reaaly bad for our West Indian cricket team.  And now reading of Lara's anticipated departure from the ODI's on such a sour note makes me ill to the stomach.

My WC over.

I'll be taking a break until the next tour.


Cricket Anyone / West Indies vs. SA (Supa 8)
« on: April 10, 2007, 04:44:45 AM »
Good Morning Ladies & Gents!

As always, we're hoping for a good outing and a victory.

Please post all links so mankind can watch the game.

Good Luck!


General Discussion / Panday as Leader
« on: April 05, 2007, 07:28:49 AM »
It seems this fella is always in the news and always in court (both criminal and civil procedures). 

To those living back home, is this a person you want as a leader?

Cricket Anyone / (Super 8) - West Indies v New Zealand
« on: March 29, 2007, 04:42:00 AM »
Good Morning Friends!

Yesterday was a "hard luck."  We go bounce back today, let's keep the faith.

As usual, we thanking the link men in advance for the live streams (video & audio)



We starting from today. 

Good luck fellas.

Signal, everybody signal!!!!!

General Discussion / Hudson-Phillips resigns from criminal court
« on: March 25, 2007, 07:10:02 AM »
Another Great Legal Mind

Judge Karl Hudson-Phillips submitted his resignation to the International Criminal Court (ICC) on March 14, citing personal reasons. His resignation takes effect from September 30.
A release on the Web site of the ICC stated, “The President of the ICC, Judge Philippe Kirsch, thanked Judge Hudson-Phillips for his important contributions to establishing the judicial foundations of the Court.

“As ‘dean of the judges,’ Judge Hudson-Phillips had chaired the first meetings of judges before the election of the presidency.

“He also contributed actively to the drafting of the Regulations of the Court. President Kirsch expressed the ICC’s deep regret at his resignation and forthcoming departure from the Court.”

Hudson-Phillips has extensive private practice experience in his native Trinidad and Tobago and throughout the Commonwealth Caribbean countries. He had also previously served as Attorney-General and Minister of Legal Affairs of T&T before his election

to the ICC. At the ICC,

Hudson-Phillips had been assigned to the Trial Division. Pending the beginning of the first trials, he was not serving on a full-time basis at the seat of the court.

In accordance with article 37 of the Rome Statute, the Assembly of States Parties will elect a judge to fill the vacancy left by Hudson-Phillips’ resignation.


Cricket Anyone / West Indies vs. The Irish
« on: March 22, 2007, 10:05:21 AM »
Friday, March 23, 2007
10:30 am EST

As usual, to avoid any confusion, let's post any and all live feeds here.

Good luck!

Cricket Anyone / Any highlights from the WI.vs. Zim Game?
« on: March 20, 2007, 04:01:00 PM »
Please post.  Mankind still vex from yesterday.

Please fellas please, post a WORKinG link on Friday.

Where is Eman?

Cricket Anyone / WI vs. Zim
« on: March 18, 2007, 08:05:36 AM »
So that it eh have no confusion, let's keep one thread going for the match. 

The links men..handle us please.   :beermug:

Cricket Anyone / ICC have some shi&*y Rules
« on: March 16, 2007, 09:31:02 AM »
Why they allow this?

Friday, 16 March 2007, 14:41 GMT

The second coming of Cummins
By Martin Gough
BBC Sport in St Lucia

Two months away from his 41st birthday, Anderson Cummins is one of just five players at this World Cup who took part in the 1992 tournament in Australia.

Anderson Cummins
I'm 40 and if I try to pretend I'm 25 I'll fall flat

Canada's Anderson Cummins
The others - Brian Lara, Sachin Tendulkar, Inzamam-ul-Haq and Sanath Jayasuriya - are all household names.

So is Cummins - at least, he is in his own house.

Fifteen years ago he was part of the West Indies pace attack, coming in first change behind the great Curtly Ambrose.

So what are the differences between then and now.

"One of the things I realised pretty early is that I'm 40 and if I try to pretend I'm 25 I'll fall flat," he told BBC Sport.

"I bowl with the new ball but I do more with it than I used to, at a slower pace. The run-up is shorter. But it's all about what I can contribute to this team."

Having gained 63 one-day caps for the West Indies, at a strike rate better than the likes of Ambrose and Marshall, Cummins gave up international cricket in 1996 and moved to Canada.

There, he says, he "got married, settled, got a real job like normal people".

While working as an IT manager, he played league cricket for a couple of years but then took a break for six seasons.

His comeback was a stage-by-stage affair. His club asked him to come back and help some of the younger players, two of whom he believes have international futures.

When Andy Pick, who Cummins knew from his time in county cricket with Durham, took over as Canada's coach, he spoke to the veteran about coaching the fast bowlers.

Cummins had other ideas and in August, when he decided he was fit enough, he declared his intention to return to the international scene after a decade's break.

But emulating Kepler Wessels of Australia and South Africa in playing for two nations in a World Cup, played no part in his thinking.

"Those are nice little bits of icing on the cake but when I set my goal to get back here I wasn't looking at those things I was looking at being in good enough shape to contribute."

When Cummins last played against England, in 1994, the line-up included Mike Atherton, Graeme Hick and Matthew Maynard - the only remaining England squad member as he is now their assistant coach.

I had a bit of a shock when I saw Anderson Cummins out there - I played against him!

TV commentator Ian Botham

So far in his second coming, Cummins has done little to worry the world's best.

In eight matches against minor nations during the World Cricket League in Kenya he managed only five wickets at 48.60, with an economy rate of 6.39 per over.

He was the pick of a poor pace attack against Kenya, despite a spate of wides, finding just enough shape to have opener David Obuya caught behind for figures of 1-16 in his first six overs.

"In Kenya, in Mombasa, we played in 39-degree [Celsius] temperatures - really humid, really tough. Nairobi was at altitude, which was tough," he admitted.

"There was a lot of pain in Kenya but in the break before we came here it got easier.

"From game to game now I don't have niggles. I guess it's just about working and getting back into the routine."

Cummins refuses to wallow in the past but he finds a smile when he talks about his favourite wicket of 1992, even if the man in question had already scored a century.

Cummins bowling for West Indies
Cummins fires one down during his former career for West Indies

"I had a really good World Cup. I was a bit disappointed we couldn't get over Australia," he said.

"David Boon was probably the best wicket I had. He was as tough as nails. I remember he got a blow from Ambrose. A lesser man would have come off but he got on with it."

"You try to take all the experience you have and use that going into the next one. But you have to understand that the next one can be totally different and be prepared for that."

Cummins insists his hunger for the game remains the same, saying: "You have to have the passion otherwise you wouldn't be here. It wouldn't make sense."

Defeat by Kenya means Canada face the unlikely task of beating both England and New Zealand to progress from the first round, and Cummins is realistic about the challenge.

"Andy Pick has been really good about defining our game - what we need to do. Forget who's at the other end, whether we bowl or bat," he said.

"We know we're rank underdogs. We've got to hope that the gods are in our favour, that we are at the top of our game."


Cricket Anyone / Too Many Matches being Played On One Pitch
« on: March 15, 2007, 04:44:12 PM »
I'm afraid this can work to our disadvantage. 4 matches in 6 days (including their final game).

I eh like that.

Cricket Anyone / WI vs. India (Warm up)
« on: March 09, 2007, 08:50:28 AM »

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