The evidence mounts that the global recession is already here

first_imgThe evidence is mounting that March marked the start of a global recession. And according to the World Trade Organization, that might be the optimistic scenario.The breadth of the collapse is beginning to appear in the initial trickle of economic data across the world, revealing a cratering of trade, reined-in business investment, cowering consumers and surging unemployment that’s sparing few industries.The hit to demand is visible on the world’s oceans, where a measure of US export volumes in the first two full weeks of March showed shipments abroad at less than half the year-earlier level, IHS Markit data compiled by Bloomberg showed. The damage is acute for autos: The number of anchored ships used to transport vehicles has jumped to 19 percent of the fleet, up from 11 percent a year ago, according to Bloomberg data. After the US on Friday reported a higher-than-expected job losses, other figures for March have illustrated how the Covid-19 pandemic is extending the paralysis from producers to households, from big trading powers to more insulated economies and emerging markets.Read also: Indonesia braces for recession, activates crisis protocolIn Germany, new-car registrations in March – usually a peak month – plunged 38 percent from a year earlier, and a reading in the UK tanked 44 percent. Three of the biggest Arab economies buckled, a services index in Brazil was the lowest since 2016 and vehicle sales in South Africa slid 30 percent. In Australia, which has dodged recession for three decades, job advertisements plummeted by the most since 2009, even though the nation didn’t go into a strict lockdown until late in the month.Roberto Azevedo, the director-general of the WTO, said of its just-revised outlook for global trade and economic growth: “These numbers are ugly – there is no getting around that.” The Geneva-based arbiter of international commerce predicted a range of scenarios, from an “optimistic” 13 percent drop in global merchandise trade that would rival the Great Recession of 12 years ago to a pessimistic plunge of 32 percent rivaling the Great Depression of the 1930s.The optimistic view would mean a 2.5 percent contraction in global GDP this year, the WTO said, while the worst-case scenario would see an 8.8 percent decline.The wide variance reflects much uncertainty over the WTO’s forecasts, and the ultimate outcome will depend on how quickly the virus is contained and supply chains rebound. Azevedo urged countries to work together rather than adopt export barriers in fighting the outbreak.”If countries work together we will see a much faster and robust recovery than if each country does it alone,” he said.Read also: Coronavirus drives record US job losses amid economic shutdownThe bleak outlook echoes projections from the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, which are both expecting a major downturn this year, as well as the increasingly gloomy projections of private economists.The already-receding global economy is losing steam faster than in the early days of the financial crisis, according to Bloomberg Economics’ new global GDP tracker. The reading for March shows the global economy contracting at an annualized rate of 0.5 percent, compared with 0.1 percent in February.From India to Italy, coronavirus lockdowns have closed businesses and kept billions of people homebound for weeks, provoking a simultaneous supply and demand shock that’s snarled global production and logistics networks built without sufficient capacity to absorb a jolt of this magnitude.‘Economic disruption’Companies including Airbus SE in Europe and FedEx Corp. in the US have cautioned in recent days that it’s too early to estimate the length of the slump or assess the damage – displaying a level of uncertainty that stretches into supplier networks of small firms, often located in rural areas and developing economies. That’s spurred governments in Europe and the US to rush aid to small businesses to prevent more from closing permanently.Airbus, with about 135,000 workers, told employees in a letter sent late last week that a return to full operations isn’t feasible in the short term because of parts shortages and the inability of struggling airlines to take delivery of new aircraft.In a regulatory filing on Friday, FedEx warned that an “extended period of global supply chain and economic disruption could materially and adversely affect our business” and “an extended global recession” would add even more strain. International sales make up more than half of the revenue at FedEx, which employed 177,000 last year.Read also: Five more months to business as usual: Business playersThe parcel-delivery company added that it’s taking steps to manage cash flow and liquidity, “including review and consideration of opportunities and strategies for capital expenditure reductions and deferrals.”Vicious cycleWith investment set to slide and more people out of work, global GDP rates could dip lower depending on how long governments maintain their lockdowns – many of which are expected to last into May or June. The Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development estimates that for each month of containment, there will be a loss of 2 percentage points in annual GDP growth.Unless the virus is contained within several weeks, declining output and falling demand for trade may provoke a vicious cycle that only worsens the outlook for corporate investment and employment, compounding the labor market’s problems.Signs aren’t yet pointing to a quick end and recovery. On Tuesday, Honda Motor Co. said it will stop paying furloughed workers at all of its 10 factories in the US for three weeks.More than 10 million Americans filed claims for unemployment benefits last month, and the International Labour Organization warned almost 25 million jobs will be lost if the virus isn’t quickly contained.“Getting this right is predicated on social dialogue between governments and those on the front line – the employers and workers,” said ILO Director-General Guy Ryder in a statement, “so that the 2020s don’t become a re-run of the 1930s.”Topics :last_img read more

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SB member sorry for quarantine breach

first_imgAside from Albania, the barangay kagawad of Pase would also be probed for violating Executive Order No. 110 of Gov. Arthur Defensor Jr. imposing an enhanced community quarantine, said the mayor. “Wala ko intention nga maghalit sa banwa. Ang akon lang nga makabulig ako sa akon isigkatawo,” said Albania over radio station DYRI RMN Iloilo yesterday. Villanueva ordered an investigation. He was worried that the quarantine breach would result to the COVID-19 virus entering San Dionisio. Instead of proceeding to San Dionio’s designated quarantine area upon their return from Iloilo City, Albania, the barangay kagawad and the fetched resident returned to their respective houses, said the mayor. Albania and the barangay kagawad were told to undergo voluntary home quarantine./PN “Sa akon mga pumoluyo sa San Dionisio kag sa amon mayor (Larry Villanueva), ginabaton ko nga nakasala ako. Patawaron kontani ako. Ang akon tuyo indi halit kundi magbulig. Nagapangayo gid ako sang pasensya kag pag-intindi,” said Albania. ILOILO – Sangguniang Bayan (SB) member Jeff Albania of San Dionisio town publicly apologized for breaking quarantine protocols designed to curb the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Albania admitted having facilitated the return to San Dionisio of a 33-year-old resident of Barangay Pase who got stranded in Iloilo City for two months due to the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ).center_img The resident is currently at the municipality’s quarantine facility. Villanueva considered Iloilo City a high-risk area for having COVID-19 cases. The stranded resident, a construction worker, was fetched from Iloilo City early morning on May 4. The mayor said he had ordered the disinfection of the SB session hall and the suspension of the SB session until the test result of the fetched Barangay Pase resident is released. Worse, he added, Albania attended Monday’s session of the SB. “The resident had not eaten since Sunday, according to a barangay kagawad of Pase who sought my help after having been approached by the resident’s distressed mother,” said Albania.last_img read more

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Rivers Hoopers sign another American, Egyptian

first_imgRelatedPosts Iroegbu joins Rivers Hoopers ahead of Basketball Africa League Rivers Hoopers sign American basketball player Rivers Hoopers get dates for Basketball Africa League games Three-time league champions, Rivers Hoopers, have secured the signature of American Billy Baptist and Egyptian Ahmed Hamdy Mohamed. Baptist spent his 2013/2014 season in the NBA Developmental League for the Bakersfield Jam. He appeared in 42 games for the Jam and averaged 7.3 PPG, 4.3 RPG and 1.2 APG. The 32-year-old small forward moved on to London Lightning in Canada, where he averaged 5.3 PPG, 3.0 RPG and 1.5 APG. Baptist, an undrafted pick in the 2011 NBA Draft, has also played for Baxi Manresa and Unicaja Malaga in Spain, Merlins Crailsheim in Germany and Keflavik in Iceland. Meanwhile, Mohamed averaged 16.2 PPG and 10 RPG, while shooting 54.5 per cent from the field as a freshman at Lee College in Baytown, Texas in the 2014/2015 season. The 26-year-old power forward was one of nine Egyptian-born players on an NCAA team, seven of whom played an NCAA Division 1 team. Mohamed also averaged 5.9 PPG and 3.8 RPG, while shooting 47.7 per cent as a junior at Virginia Commonwealth University and helped the Rams as they are fondly called to a 26-9 record as he played in 33 of 34 games and nine starts in the 2016/2017 season. The 6’9” Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness graduate at VCU had a wonderful senior season a year later averaging 5.9 PPG, 3.0 RPG and 13.2 minutes per game. Both players join Kaylon Tappin whom the KingsMen signed on Tuesday to Hoopers’ roster for the Basketball Africa League.Tags: Ahmed Hamdy MohamedBasketball Africa LeagueBilly BaptistKaylon TappinRivers Hooperslast_img read more

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Stoke boss Mark Hughes wary of Aston Villa striker Rudy Gestede’s aerial threat

first_img The French striker, playing for Blackburn at the time, caused Stoke countless problems in February as they crashed out of the FA Cup in the fifth round, losing 4-1 to the Championship club at Ewood Park. Gestede scored from the penalty spot but that day played second fiddle to strike partner Josh King, who scored a hat-trick. Mark Hughes hopes his Stoke side deal with the aerial threat of Rudy Gestede at Aston Villa on Saturday much better than they did earlier this year. However, he tormented Hughes’ team enough to make the Welshman warn his players ahead of this weekend’s Barclays Premier League fixture. “He’s exceptional in the air and we had experience of him against Blackburn in the cup last year when he caused us untold problems,” said Hughes. “So we are very aware of what he can do. The key is to defend properly, but stop the supply line at source because he’s benefited from fantastic balls and he will attack anything coming into your box. “But he’s not the only threat. Villa maybe haven’t started as they would have liked but they’ve still got a lot of talent and pace in key areas. “So we will have to be ready for their challenge.” Hughes could be without Xherdan Shaqiri at Villa Park. The £12million record signing suffered a thigh injury against Bournemouth and has yet to train this week. Asked if the Swiss midfielder’s chances were 50-50, the Stoke boss said: “Yes, it’s safe to say that. If he’s going to give himself a chance to be selected he’s got to train on Friday. “We will give him a bit more time and possibly he might join in on Friday and, if he does, he puts himself in the frame.” Captain Ryan Shawcross resumed training on Thursday with the youth players. The central defender has been sidelined since undergoing surgery on a long-term back problem in the late summer and it is hoped he will be back in first-team contention at Swansea after the international break. Hughes said: “Ryan probably could have joined in with us, but with our minds focused on preparing for the game at the weekend we felt he would be best served working with the academy. “It’s really encouraging to see him back out on the pitches again, and hopefully we can step it up even further in the next week or so.” Press Associationlast_img read more

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Jose Mourinho handed suspended one-match stadium ban over post-match comments

first_img Press Association The FA confirmed on Wednesday evening the Blues boss had accepted he had breached the regulations. “Jose Mourinho has been given a suspended one-match stadium ban and fined £50,000 after he admitted a breach of FA Rules in relation to post-match media comments,” a statement from the governing body read. “The Chelsea manager was charged for misconduct following the game against Southampton on Saturday 3 October 2015. “It was alleged his remarks constituted improper conduct in that they alleged and/or implied bias on the part of a match official or match officials and/or brought the game into disrepute. “Mr Mourinho’s suspended stadium ban will be immediately invoked should he be found by an Independent Regulatory Commission to have committed a further breach of FA Rule E3 for any comment or statement to or through the media before 13 October 2016.” Following the defeat against the Saints, Mourinho gave a seven-minute flash television interview during which he lamented the calls from officials which went against his side. “I think it’s time to be a little bit honest and to say clearly the referees are afraid to give decisions for Chelsea,” he said. “The result was 1-1 when it was a huge penalty, and, once more, we didn’t get one. And the penalty was a crucial moment in the game with the result 1-1. Mourinho has also been warned he faces further punishment for any more such outbursts within the next 12 months. The Portugese coach was unhappy at the decision not to award a penalty when, with the score at 1-1, forward Radamel Falcao was upended by Saints goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg, and criticised referee Robert Madley in post-match media comments. “And, I repeat, if the FA wants to punish me, they can punish me. They don’t punish other managers, they punish me, but it’s not a problem for me. “I want to repeat because I think my players deserve it, Chelsea fans deserve it, I am a Chelsea fan too, and I want to say it again: referees are afraid to give decisions to Chelsea.” Chelsea have struggled for consistency this season, with the defending Premier League champions 16th in the table, already some 10 points behind leaders Manchester City ahead of this weekend’s home clash with Aston Villa. Mourinho said he would only quit if he lost the backing of the players, with club captain John Terry stating the dressing room remained firmly behind the manager, while ahead of the international break, Chelsea subsequently took the unusual step of reiterating their backing in a statement on the official club website which read: ”The club wants to make it clear that Jose continues to have our full support.” The Blues resume domestic action this weekend at home against Villa, who are another side out of form. Full-back Branislav Ivanovic suffered a hamstring injury while on international duty with Serbia, so is not expected to feature. The defender has returned to London to be assessed, with some reports suggesting he could be out for around three weeks, which would see him miss the away Champions League tie at Dynamo Kiev as well as potentially fixtures against West Ham, Stoke and Liverpool. Forward Diego Costa will, though, be available against Villa having served a retrospective three-match suspension following his altercation with Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny at Stamford Bridge last month. Costa was not involved for Spain during the international break, so used the extra time to help sharpen his fitness. ”It has been really important for me. I have been able to train with my own specific schedule to help me get better and better,” Costa said on Chelsea TV. ”The sessions have been good and I have been able to benefit from being here. I have been working on what I needed to work on and I am happy about that.” Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, meanwhile, hopes to be back in action from a knee injury by December after stepping up his rehabilitation work. Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been given a suspended one-match stadium ban and fined £50,000 following a misconduct charge from the Football Association over comments he made following the 3-1 defeat to Southampton. last_img read more

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Health Officials Delete Tweet for First Responders to Get Tested

first_imgThe Florida Department of Health took the rare step of deleting a tweet Thursday, retracting what it may have realized would spark confusion and additional fears during the coronavirus pandemic.With protests in response to the killing of George Floyd still taking place across the country, the health department posted a tweet encouraging police, paramedics and other first responders to get tested for COVID-19 if they have been part of such gatherings.“Any first responder in Florida who has been to mass gatherings or protests is recommended to get tested for #COVID19,” the tweet read.Shortly thereafter, the department deleted the tweet and explained, “The tweet was deleted because it’s important that anyone who has been around large groups of people to get tested, regardless of their profession.”What do you do if you have #COVID19? Stay home and away from othersStay in touch with your health care providerAlert close contact individuals to self-isolate for 14 daysCall the COVID-19 call center for questions at 1 (866) 779-6121https://t.co/p4cBhqPUcE pic.twitter.com/r2XTzr5zFH— Florida Dept. Health (@HealthyFla) June 4, 2020 Health officials are concerned that the protests, which often go on for hours, make it very difficult, if not impossible, to maintain social distancing.The number of cases reported by the Department of Health on Thursday shows that 60,183 people throughout the state have contracted coronavirus.Gov. Ron DeSantis announced on Wednesday that all counties, with the exception of Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade, could enter Phase 2 of his reopening plan by Friday.Bars, pubs, movie theaters and bowling alleys are among the businesses that will be allowed to reopen at 50 percent of their capacity. In addition, retail stores in those 64 counties can transition to full capacity on Friday.last_img read more

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Bucksport wrestling breaks through against Ellsworth

first_imgELLSWORTH — Dan Ormsby knew a match against Ellsworth would provide a good assessment of where his Bucksport wrestling team stood. When the Golden Bucks finally took to the mat against their Hancock County rivals, they answered with the showing their head coach wanted to see.Bucksport defeated Ellsworth 58-22 to highlight a 4-0 night Wednesday at Ellsworth High School. The Golden Bucks, which had wrestlers compete in 13 of the 14 total weight classes, beat the Eagles in five of the eight contested bouts. The team also recorded forfeit victories in five of the remaining six.“Doing well against them was our focus all week,” Ormsby said. “We both have pretty full squads, and that gave our team a lot of opportunities to test ourselves against some really tough and experienced wrestlers.”Bucksport’s David Gross lifts Ellsworth’s Chris Barnes during a high school wrestling match Dec. 14 in Ellsworth. The two were wrestling in the 285-pound weight class.Bucksport’s Hunter Pelletier, Daniel Little, P.C. Greer and David Gross recorded pins against Ellsworth’s Reece Khan, Declan White, Charlie Hughes and Chris Barnes, respectively. The Golden Bucks’ Shawn Bernier added the team’s fifth win in a contested weight class by beating Amber St. Peter in a major decision. The team also had forfeit victories in the 106-, 113-, 120-, 152- and 220-pound classes.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textJosh Wright and Peyton Cole had pins to win their bouts at the 145- and 160-pound weight classes for Ellsworth, and Logan Lord beat Bucksport’s Richard Perkins in a major decision at 138. The Eagles’ Trent Goodman won via forfeit in the 182-pound class, the only one in which the Golden Bucks didn’t put forth a wrestler.“Everyone throughout the entire lineup found a way to come up big in big moments all night long,” Ormsby said. “Even in the matchups against good wrestlers like Peyton Cole and Logan Lord that we didn’t win, our guys were competitive and really stayed with them to give themselves a chance.”Bucksport also won 51-17 against Washington Academy, 78-6 against Woodland and 84-0 against Calais. In addition to some of the Golden Bucks’ aforementioned winners, the team also got victories from Alex Burbank, Devon Courchene, Brody Boynton and Derick Robbins in their other matches.“We haven’t had the overall talent on our roster in past years that we do this year because our team just has way more kids [this season], so it’s nice to have that added advantage on our side,” Ormsby said. “This year’s team has both size and depth, and that allows us to do well across the board against a lot of different teams.”Despite the defeat to Bucksport, Ellsworth did well in its other contests. The Eagles won 42-21 against Washington Academy, 54-6 against Woodland and 60-0 against Calais. Cole, Lord and senior Trent Goodman each finished undefeated in contested bouts over the course of those matches.If weather permits, both teams will attend a tournament at Mountain Valley High School in Rumford on Saturday, Dec. 17. Bucksport will host a meet for the second time this year against Woodland, Dexter and Penobscot Valley at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 21.Ellsworth will travel to East Machias to wrestle against Calais, Caribou and the host team, Washington Academy, on Friday, Dec. 23. They will also participate in the Noble Invitational in North Berwick on Dec. 29. Ellsworth runners compete in virtual Boston Marathon – September 16, 2020 Bio Latest posts by Mike Mandell (see all) Latest Postscenter_img Hospice volunteers help families navigate grief and find hope – September 12, 2020 Mike MandellMike Mandell is the sports editor at The Ellsworth American and Mount Desert Islander. He began working for The American in August 2016. You can reach him via email at mmandell@ellsworthamerican.com. MPA approves golf, XC, field hockey, soccer; football, volleyball moved to spring – September 10, 2020last_img read more

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The Latest: K-State OK’d for 25% capacity for football games

first_imgThe nine-team league announced the move Monday, dashing hopes of a shortened season in the hub city of Winnipeg, Manitoba. The decision comes after the CFL couldn’t solve a number of issues in an effort to try to salvage a season.“Our league governors decided today it is in the best long-term interests of the CFL to concentrate on the future,” Commissioner Randy Ambrosie said in a statement.“We are absolutely committed to 2021, to the future of our league and the pursuit of our vision of a bigger, stronger, more global CFL.”Unlike other major leagues in North America, the CFL does not have the luxury of a billion-dollar television contract. While its deal with TSN has become more lucrative over the years, the CFL remains a gate-driven league — a major problem when fans aren’t allowed in the stands.___ The Latest: K-State OK’d for 25% capacity for football games Associated Press August 17, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Kansas State will allow 25% capacity at its football stadium for games this season after getting approval Monday from the county commission. That means a maximum crowd of just under 15,000 fans.center_img The Big 12 Conference is allowing schools to set their own attendance policies based on local jurisdictions.The Riley County Commission reviewed the rest of Kansas State’s return-to-play protocols, too. Fans will be required to wear face coverings where 6 feet of social distancing cannot be maintained. Tailgating will not be permitted in parking lots controlled by the school. There will be no reentry. There also will be hand sanitizing stations and other protective measures.One plus for fans: With the elimination of tailgating and reentry, the school will allow beer and wine to be purchased in general seating sections for the first time. Alcohol sales had been limited to luxury suites.___The CFL has canceled its 2020 season because of the COVID-19 pandemic. It marks the first year the Grey Cup won’t be presented since 1919. Mississippi starting center Eli Johnson says he won’t play football this season.Johnson announced on Twitter that he’ll sit out the season and focus on completing his master’s degree in criminal justice in December.The Southeastern Conference allows players to opt out of the season because of COVID-19 and remain on scholarship.Johnson started all 12 games last season, allowing only one sack. His father, David, was hospitalized this summer because of the virus.“I will be forever grateful for my time here at Ole Miss,” Johnson wrote Sunday night on Twitter. “God bless and Hotty Toddy.” ___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sportslast_img read more

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Cometti scores career-high 4 goals, helps send Syracuse to win over Cornell

first_imgLuke Cometti hadn’t scored in Syracuse’s last two games, and was mired in a mini-slump.He broke out of that scoring rut Wednesday night as the No. 7 Orange (8-2, 2-1 Big East) knocked off No. 2 Cornell (10-2, 4-0 Ivy) at the Carrier Dome. Cometti scored a career-high four goals, including three in the second half, propelling Syracuse to the win.“Luke put the ball in the back of the net,” Syracuse midfielder JoJo Marasco said. “That’s what he’s been doing every time in practice and most of the games.”Cometti’s first goal came at the 9:59 mark in the second quarter off of a pass from Scott Loy. The goal tied the game at six after Syracuse trailed 4-0 for five and a half minutes.His second goal came midway through the third quarter. He juked to the left, spun back to the right and motored toward the goal. Cometti didn’t have much room, but he squeezed the ball past Cornell goalie A.J. Fiore to cut the deficit to two.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMarasco said Syracuse’s midfielders have continued their strong play lately. Saturday night against Princeton, it was Henry Schoonmaker’s turn, scoring four goals in a 13-12 win.On Wednesday night, Cometti stole the show. He, too, had four goals and he, too, led Syracuse to a 13-12 win over a top-10 opponent.“It’s great to see these guys constantly step up each game,” Marasco said. “We feel so comfortable out there with each other and everything’s coming together with us.”Syracuse head coach John Desko said Cornell switched its defense throughout the game. He said Cornell’s defenders slipped early to SU’s dodgers, and that his team responded by finding the open man and generating high-percentage looks.“Second half, it looks like they just changed up their mind and said, ‘You know, we’re athletic defensively and we’re going to see if they can beat us one-on-one,’” Desko said.That tactic suited Cometti’s style perfectly. He tacked on two more goals, the first of which came with just three seconds left in the third quarter.Said Desko: “It came down to him beating his guy and going in to score.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on April 11, 2013 at 1:10 am Contact Trevor: tbhass@syr.edu | @TrevorHasslast_img read more

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The party stand will be rocking during Hero T20

first_imgIt will be more than just cricket. When the Hero CPL T20 cricket carnival gets underway at the Central Broward Regional Stadium on August 5 and 6, the biggest party in sport will unfold.The party stand at the stadium has been designated as a special operations zone by the tournament organizers. Patrons who venture into that section of the ground will be in for a treat.“It will be awesome. We are promising an unforgettable experience. It will be a big, big party in the stand,” concessionaire for the party stand, Marco Brown, told CNW.The party stand can accommodate some 2,000 patrons and already tickets are moving fast, according to Brown.“Tickets are selling fast. We anticipate that we will have a full house and we intend to make sure the party goes on,” he said.Complimentary food and drinkHero CPL organizers have promised food and drink, prizes and surprises, to patrons in the stand throughout the two days play.“We will be offering finger food, like ‘Stamp and Go’ in the morning. Patrons will have a choice of one of four meals during the lunch time break. There will be an assortment of drinks including those from the top shelf,” Brown said.First class entertainmentOn the opening day of the tournament, the legendary Third World Band will perform in the 90-minute break between both matches. On the following day, Soca artist Roger George will perform. Additional entertainment will be provided by disc jockeys Barry Hype, DJ Radcliffe and Hyper D. These DJs will keep the venue rocking with popular hit songs.The tournament gets underway in South Florida with The Guyana Amazon Warriors going up against the St Kitts and Nevis Patriots while the Barbados Tridents take on the Jamaica Tallawahs. There will be a repeat of the clashes on the following day.last_img read more

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