March 23, 2023

Samuels charged by ICC anti corruption unit

By Azad Ali From Caribbean Life Former West Indies batsman, Marlon Samuels has been charged by the International Cricket Council (ICC) anti corruption unit with four counts for allegedly breaching the Emirates Cricket Board’s Anti-corruption Code. The charges are related to the Abu Dhabi T10 League 2019, when Samuels was part of the Karnataka Tuskers squad. […]

Cayman Islands: Show me the money: Identification and Preservation of Assets in the Cayman Islands

Last Updated: 5 November 2019 Article by David Lee and Mehreen Siddiqui Appleby From Mondaq The Cayman Islands has long had a developed arbitration framework providing for the recognition and enforcement of international arbitration awards. As the Cayman Islands is also a jurisdiction in which many organisations hold substantial assets, this can prove a valuable route for enforcement. […]

Caribbean venues confirmed for 2018 Women’s World Twenty20

By: Elena Holmes From Sports Pro Media ICC names Antigua and Barbuda, Guyana and St Lucia as hosts for inaugural standalone competition. Caribbean venues confirmed for 2018 Women’s World Twenty20 The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced that Antigua and Barbuda, Guyana and St Lucia will be the venues for the 2018 Women’s World Twenty20. […]

Hero Caribbean Premier League returns to Broward County

Hero CPL is scheduled to take place from August 4th to September 10th at Central Broward Regional Park LAUDERHILL – The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) can confirm that the biggest party in sport will return to Broward County after the International Cricket Council (ICC) approved the staging of Twenty 20 fixtures in 2017. The […]

International Criminal Court told Australia’s detention regime could be a crime against humanity

By Ben Dohert  From The Guardian UK Submission argues ICC should investigate possible crimes ‘committed by individuals and corporate actors’ Australia’s offshore immigration detention regime could constitute a crime against humanity, a petition before the International Criminal Court from a coalition of legal experts has alleged. On Monday morning, GMT, a 108-page legal submission from […]

DR Congo’s Bemba found guilty at ICC of witness bribing

From BBC Former Congolese Vice President Jean-Pierre Bemba has been found guilty by the International Criminal Court (ICC) of bribing witnesses. Bemba was found guilty earlier this year of war crimes and crimes against humanity, and jailed for 18 years. On Wednesday he was convicted of corruptly influencing witnesses and falsifying evidence in that trial. […]

Cricket: USACA challenges ICC authority in CPL issue

By Peter Della Penna From ESPN Cricinfo The USA Cricket Association has asked for the cancellation of the six Caribbean Premier League matches to be played in Florida from July 28 to 31. They claim the CPL and Broward County in Lauderhill did not receive proper sanctioning to host the event. However, ICC head of […]

Peoria teen set to graduate from high school and ICC in a span of two days

By Pam Adams From Journal Star PEORIA — Antonette White is a senior and a sophomore. This graduation season, she has two different gowns for two different graduation ceremonies, where she’ll receive two different diplomas. White, 17, of Peoria, graduates from Illinois Central College on Saturday and from Dunlap High School on Sunday. Dunlap’s class of […]

Pension funds look to captive insurance for longevity risk answers

From Offshore Bankers Captive insurance companies are providing pension funds with a valuable avenue to the reinsurance market for transferring longevity risk, a newly-published white paper has reported. ‘Longevity risk market comes of age’, the Guernsey Finance white paper, written by insurance journalist Helen Yates, examined how longevity risk – the risk that people live […]

For West Indies Test cricket to be saved from extinction, major reform is needed

By Tim Wigmore From The Guardian UK If the West Indies Test side continues to flounder in Australia and beyond, it is not only the West Indies Cricket Board who should consider themselves culpable Allan Border had played seven series against the West Indies. Six had been lost, and one drawn. This time would be […]