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Catch up on all the lastest news regarding Caribbean Coaching or have a look at some of our past projects and success.

By caribbeancoaching, Aug 8 2018 07:57PM

Tonight sees the return of the Caribbean Premier League! The league attracts some of the world’s best T20 players, and this is sure to be expanded due to the postponement of the Bangladesh Premier League.


Defending CPL champions Trinbago Knight Riders begin the competition with the a game against the St. Lucia Stars!


The tournament is never dull, with the Chadwick Walton-Kesrick Williams bat signing saga of last year, and plenty of new and old faces back involved.


As always our volunteers will be along to watch and support. The games are always a fantastic evening with plenty of Caribbean flair, live bands, food and drink.


If you are interested in coaching cricket in St Lucia check out our volunteering page.

By caribbeancoaching, Jul 25 2018 12:03PM

A huge congratulations to St. Lucian born Chris Boucher who has signed for the Toronto Raptors.


Standing at 6ft 10 Boucher is a powerful forward who averaged 11.3 points last season with the Santa Cruz Warriors.


Boucher was born in Castries, the capital of St Lucia, but moved to Canada with his family at the age of five. He was picked up for basketball at the age of 16 after showing an impressive athleticism in both football and ice hockey.


Basketball coaching is one of our newest sports projects, and you can find out more about volunteering here.

By caribbeancoaching, Jun 30 2018 01:00PM

Caribbean Coaching and the St Vincent Rugby Union were invited to attend the 2018 Olympic Day at Richmond Hill Field.


Over 200 children attended the 'Try a Sport Day' which saw volleyball, rowing, boxing and rugby on display. This was a fantastic chance for children to be eposed to a new sport. Rugby was a popular stand with dozens of children trying bulldog and a game of tag. With the help of some of the national team players it was a fantastic afternoon of rugby, finished off with the children try their hand at the tackle pad!


Thank you to the SVG Olympic Committee for putting on such a great event.


To find out more about rugby in St Vinent visit our volunteering page.