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January 20, 2020
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Edwards, Griffith join Jamaica Scorpions

first_imgBarbadian opener Kirk Edwards and his young Guyanese counterpart, Trevon Griffith, are both in the country and will meet up with their Jamaica Scorpion teammates today, ahead of the team’s sixth and final West Indies Professional Cricket League trial match at Sabina Park. The duo, who are at different ends of the spectrum of the West Indies Professional League in terms of experience, were drafted by Jamaica as their two compulsory overseas-based professionals for the championship. The 30-year-old Edwards, who has represented the West Indies in 17 Tests and has an average of 31.80, including two centuries and eight fifties, was excluded from the list of 15 players contracted by Barbados Pride. He was the Scorpion’s first overseas pick during the draft held before the summer, and was followed by Griffith, who failed to make the roster of title-holders Guyana Jaguars. The 24-year-old Griffith, a former West Indies Under-19 representative, has so far made seven regional first-class appearances, managing one fifty for an average of 13.66. The two will be hoping to impress the national selectors for a starting spot in the Jamaica franchise team, which last season chopped and changed openers to little effect. Jamaica, former recent five-time back-to-back champions, finished fourth in the six-team tournament last season. Meanwhile, Edwards and Griffith could be joined by West Indies wicketkeeper-batsman Chadwick Walton and former national leg-spinner Akeem Dewar for tomorrow’s final trial match. Walton, Jamaica’s most prolific batsman towards the end of last season, and Dewar missed the earlier trial matches due to their studies at the University of The West Indies. They are both hoping to represent Jamaica as pay-per-play players.last_img read more

January 11, 2020
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‘Just Eat It’ to make Fort St. John big screen debut next week

first_imgIf gardening isn’t a hobby of yours, learning to plan means and shopping trips are crucial to preventing food being wasted, said Mason-Bennett.Tickets are available through NEAT’s website, or at the door for $10. The show starts on October 8th at 6:00 PM. NEAT is a bringing a documentary about food waste to the Aurora Cinema on Thursday, October 8th.The film was created by Jen Rustemeyer and Grant Baldwin, who dug into just how much of our food is being wasted every day by committing to eating nothing but discarded ingredients.- Advertisement -Since it’s premiere at the Vancouver International Film Festival, Just Eat It has drawn attention to the issue of over-discarded produce – and companies like Loblaws have even come out with room in their stores for Naturally Imperfect produce.Karen Mason-Bennett with NEAT says the decision to air Just Eat It now was due to the timing of food security programs wrapping up.“We’ve done a lot of food security programs lately, and it just became timely.” she said.One program they’ve conducted recently is an annual canning event in the community, which creates a sizable donation to the Salvation Army Food Bank.Advertisement Mason-Bennett said they are looking to send it out near the end of October.NEAT runs a few different programs that revolve around growing and canning your own food to cut back on waste.For example, grade 3 students can take part in a program in the spring which will teach them to grow their own food.“We’re just starting to dive into those aspects develop some proactive programming around organic waste.”Advertisementlast_img read more