Nevis Cricket Legends In Antigua For Stanford 20/20

Charlestown,  Nevis
February 14, 2008

Deputy Premier of Nevis and Minister of Sports, Hon. Hensley Daniel will be in Antigua to show support to the Nevis Island Pro Team once again, as they rally against Jamaica at the Stanford 20/20 Cricket match on Saturday, February 16th, 2008.

Accompanying the Deputy Premier will be Junior Minister in the Nevis Island Administration, Hon. Carlisle Powell. The Premier has long felt that we should be honouring our Nevisian heroes who have also been our ambassadors for the island of Nevis, at the same time showcasing Nevis’ cricketing history throughout the Caribbean and the rest of the world.

The Premier has invited the following former test players to accompany the Minister of Sports to show support for the Nevis Team: Elquemedo Willett, Keith Arthurton, Carly Tuckett and one of our greatest Cricketing heroes from Nevis, Mr. Livingston Sargeant.

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Herschelle Gibbs Weds In St. Kitts – Nevis

Herschelle Gibbs and New Wife - Tenielle

Herschelle Gibbs and New Wife – Tenielle
Photo By Erasmus Williams

Basseterre, St. Kitts (June 11, 2007)

South African cricketer Herschelle Gibbs climaxed a seven day visit to the Caribbean island of St. Kitts and Nevis by tying the knot with his girlfriend of just over two years.

Herschelle and Tenielle were married on Friday (June 8) in a private ceremony at Rawlins Plantation Inn, a restored former sugar estate at Mount Pleasant in the tranquil rural community of St. Pauls in St. Kitts.

The week-long stay marked the second time the South African has visited the twin island Federation. His introduction to the island came three months earlier when his team was based here in the Group “A” Stage Matches for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007. It was in this group stage when he established an international cricket record by hitting  six, sixes in one over at Warner Park in the capital Basseterre. Gibbs was awarded honourary citizenship by the Honourable Prime Minister along with Australia’s Matthew Hayden for setting world records at Warner Park.

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