WELLINGTON, New Zealand (CMC) -- Sloppy fielding by West Indies allowed Ross Taylor to capitalize as the in-form New Zealand batsman scored a century to steer his side out of danger against West Indies on the first day of the second test at Basin Reserve on Wednesday.
Taylor, who was dropped before getting off the mark, ...more »
Deejay Macka Diamond and her personal assistant Leesah Larmond sustained minor injuries Friday evening in a motor accident on the French Caribbean island of Martinique.
Macka Diamond (given name Charmaine Munroe) suffered an injured right shoulder. Larmond sustained injuries to the neck and foot.
Both were treated at hospital and released.
The two were driving to the airport in the Martinique capital of Fort-de-France when the accident occurred. Macka Diamond had performed there the previous evening.
Best known for the songs Bun Him and Dye Dye, Macka Diamond was scheduled to perform in Suriname yesterday.
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