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WEST INDIES VS. ENGLAND ODI SERIES AND WHAT'S ON
Thursday 2nd March 2017

On Friday, March 3rd and Sunday, March 5th from 9:30 am, cricket fans need to be at one place, and that is the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium to watch the West Indies vs. England in the One Day International Series. The games promises to be exciting as it will form part of England's build-up to the Champions Trophy, in which the West Indies were knocked out, but being on home soil we should expect a very good fight from the local boys. There are also cricket parties, after parties and hash taking place over the weekend. If you're looking for other things to do this weekend check out the book sale, flea market, dining, boat cruise and lots more. Read this and more in our Newsletter, to subscribe to our Mailing List click here, and click here to see the full What’s On Calendar.

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