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Football-Caribbean-Nottingham, Toney, Gray on Target

LONDON, Mar  20, CMC – St Kitts and Nevis international Michael Nottingham helped Accrington Stanley get their English League One play-off charge back on track with a come-from-behind 3-1 win over lowly Wigan Athletic on Saturday.

St Kitts and Nevis international Michael Nottingham.

Formula 1 Announces Miami Will Join The Calendar for The 2022 Season

Miami, FL, - On Sunday, Formula 1 announced a deal with Miami Grand Prix at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, for the stadium to join the 2022 FIA Formula One World Championship. The specifics of the intended route include 5.41km of race track, with Hard Rock Stadium at the center of the circuit. Formula 1 and FIA are also working to build a brand-new track that will help to provide more exciting racing, while also continuing to keep drivers safe and meet safety standards. The new track will include high-speed straights, 19 corners, and 3 DRS zones that will allow for a top speed of almost 200 miles per hour.

Big Final Effort Needed on Flat Track: Holder

NORTH SOUND, Antigua,  – Faced with a flat track in their quest for victory on Friday, leading all-rounder Jason Holder has urged West Indies to “give a big effort” and not to think too much about conditions.

Jason Holder (left) shares a laugh with Sri Lanka’s openers Lahiru Thirimanne (centre) and Dimuth Karunaratne at the close of play Thursday.

Jamille Matt Injury a Major Blow to Forest Green’s Promotion Hopes

LONDON,  – Forest Green Rovers’ promotion hopes were dealt a major blow when their leading scorer, Jamaican Jamille Matt, was stretchered off with a serious hand injury early in Saturday’s English League Two match against high-flying Bolton Wanderers at the New Lawn – a game the visitors went on to win 1-0.

Jamille Matt receives on-field medical attention for his injured hand.
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