Connect with us

Local News

Sports enthusiasts celebrate the inclusion of Dominican Kavem Hodge on the West Indies Test Team to play Bangladesh

Published

on

Dominican and Windward Islands all-rounder Kavem Hodge is off to Bangledesh in January to play test cricket for the West Indies.

Hodge, has been named in the West Indies squad to tour Bangladesh from January 29 to February 15, 2021.

He says is thrilled at the opportunity to represent Dominica and the West Indies.

According to Nature Isle News, Hodge has represented the West Indies at the Under 15 and Under 19 levels in the recent past. He has also represented the West Indies B team.

In 40 first-class matches, Hodge has scored a total of 1890 runs at an average of 28.63. In the bowling department, he has taken 44 wickets at an average of 33.88 runs apiece.

He has scored three centuries with a highest score of 128 as well as 12 half centuries.

Hodge who is from Atkinson made his first-class debut against the Leeward Islands in St. Lucia in 2012.

Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Local News

(NYCD) Will hold an Inauguration Ceremony this coming Saturday

Published

on

The National Youth Council of Dominica (NYCD) will hold an inauguration ceremony this coming Saturday, to officially adopt a new executive in 2021.

President-elect of the NYCD Ashma McDougall says the Council will hold its inauguration at the Windsor Park Stadium.

This year, the Council will welcome two student representatives from the Dominica State College, a representative for the Kalinago People as well as a representative of Dominica’s disabled community.

McDougall says at the ceremony, the NYCD will also table a bill to allow for a Diaspora Youth Representative.

Ashma McDougall, President- Elect of the National Youth Council of Dominica

Continue Reading

Local News

An agreement to conduct an Environmental Impact Assessment ahead of construction of the International Airport.

Published

on

Government has reached an agreement to conduct an Environmental Impact Assessment ahead of construction of the International Airport.

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit spoke to the media on Monday during a site visit to Joe Burton where construction has begun on 37 homes for relocation of displaced Wesley residents.

Mr. Skerrit said Government is seeking to use the services of local experts.

Meantime Prime Minister Skerrit said an agreement could be finalized soon for the construction of the international airport.

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit.

Continue Reading

Popular Stories