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Trinidad and Tobago’s Star Cricketer, Brian Lara

Renowned cricketer, Brian Lara

Renowned cricketer, Brian Lara

” Cricket is my life and it circulates in my blood “

Brian Lara is one of the greatest and finest cricketers the world has ever seen . He is blessed with wholesome qualities and huge amount of talent . He is a living legend and the pride of his nation as well as of the Cricketing World .He is one of the biggest Super stars in the Sports World . He is whole heartedly respected all over the world for his belligerent performances and breath taking abilities with the bat . He is considered as one of the best batsmen of the present era . He is the current World Record Holder for the highest runs in one inning of a test match . People from all over the world love his because of his attributes and services towards Cricket . He is retired from the International Cricket just after the World Cup . He was the backbone of the West Indian Cricket Team even in the later half of his career , that speaks highly of the amount of talent God has bestowed in him . He used to win matches single handedly for the West indies. On his day he is a match winner without any doubt . He has the ability to tear any bowling a part . When he is in full flow he can smash the ball all over the place . He is not one of those batsmen who can only play at one side of the ground .

More on Lara: aboutbrianlara.com



A Caribbean Vision: Words of Edwin Carrington


During any journey it is important to mark signposts if only as a means of recording achievements or disappointments. In the march towards regional integration there have been many of both, but too often we tend to dwell on the latter while belittling the former. The signposts are well demarcated in the ensuing articles, which also contain provocative prescriptions.

Although the arguments may differ in intensity and focus, what is uniform is the commitment to and belief in the idea of collective Caribbean action. Indeed it is maintained that “integration is not the furtherance of a dream but represents the means of survival in the 21st century.”

A strong sense of West Indian identity influences the majority of contributions and more than one contributor suggests, that it is more this identity than political or economic actions which will carry us through the hazardous maze of globalisation. In one case, cultural identity and kinship are seen as the essential ingredient of the new direction which the region must take. While in another, the cementing of a truce between artist and politician, in order to forge unity and maintain identity, is viewed as a prerequisite to interfacing effectively with the rest of the world.

Extract from:silvertorch.com