first_imgAPTN National NewsPrior to the live broadcast of the Aboriginal Peoples Music Choice Awards several were handed out in a special ceremony.Awards were given for everything from fiddle music, to producing and best album cover design.Best music video was earned by Shy-Anne for her video Too Young, Too Late.She dedicated the award to her deceased friend Claudette Main.“She’d bring hundreds of dollars of food to the food banks every day and spend hours and hours in the cancer clinics. Just do anything and everything that would make a difference in someone’s life,” said Shy-Anne.last_img

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first_imgDutch international Aniek Nouwen and goalkeeper coach Erskine Schoenmakers have abandoned the concentration of the Netherlands women’s soccer team, in France, for possible cases of coronavirus.The federation informed this Saturday that the measure was taken preventively, as The Dutch National Institute of Health has advised residents of North Brabant to stay at home and limit their social contacts if they have symptoms of the disease. Nouwen and Schoenmakers live in that province and have a cough and cold, although they have no fever.Both have returned to the Netherlands and they must remain in their homes. Coach Sarina Wiegman is considering asking for a replacement for PSV player Eindhoven.The Dutch team participates in the Tournament of France, plays this Saturday against Canada and next Tuesday against the gala team.last_img

first_imgHosts Jamaica have advanced to tomorrow’s final of the West Indies Cricket Board’s (WICB) Under-19 Championship.The Robert Samuels-coached unit beat Barbados by 39 runs at Chedwin Park in their final preliminary round fixture. The result put them second in the seven-team standings. They will play defending champions Guyana in the final which has been switched from Treasure Beach Sports Park in St Elizabeth to Manchester High.Winning the toss and electing to bat, Jamaica first posted a competitive 251 for eight off their 50 overs.Leonardo Friginette, who top-scored for Jamaica in their previous win against the Leewards again came good with the bat as he scored 76.This included three fours and three sixes off 89 balls during a two hours and 10 minutes stay at the crease.He was supported by opener Abhijai Mansingh, who scored a 100-ball 58 to follow up his fifty against the Leewards, and hometown boy Ramone Francis, who made 25.Fast bowler Keon Harding, three for 31, claimed most wickets.bowled outBarbados, in their response, were then bowled out for 212 with three overs to spare.Miguel Smith, three for 25, off-spinner Michael Frew, three for 29, and in-form fast bowler Odean Smith, two for 69, led the way for the home team.In another match, Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica’s main challengers for a place in the final, were stopped in their tracks by rain.Their contest against the Leeward Islands at Ewarton Recreational Park was abandoned after a wet wicket caused by rain during the lunch interval prevented them from replying to a target of 236. Trinidad had entered the final round of matches in second position.The day’s other fixture between leaders Guyana and Canada at Manchester High saw the former coming out on top by four wickets.Canada first made 138 off 34.1 overs before Guyana responded with 142 for six off 27.2 overs.last_img

first_imgTORONTO, Canada (CMC):Seven-time Woodbine champion Patrick Husbands continued to ensure daylight between himself and Alan Garcia by riding a handsome brace at the renowned Toronto oval here Wednesday.The 42-year-old captured race two with favourite Six Inch Heels before also taking race six with 5-1 bet Kingsport on the eight-race mid-week card.With the success, Husbands strengthened his hold on third spot in the Woodbine jockey standings with 113 wins, 21 clear of Garcia who lies fourth on 92.Meanwhile, Brazilian Eurico Rosa da Silva continued to close in on his second Woodbine title with 191 wins, well clear now of main challenger Mexican Luis Contreras, who is second on 172.Husbands opened his account over seven furlongs when he steered Six Inch Heels to a solid 2-1/2 length victory over the three-year-old and upward maiden fillies and mares.Six Inch Heel found herself locked in a three-way tussle through the half run in 46.97 seconds as Amie’s Angel and La Gran Emily all disputed the lead.Swinging for home, Husband managed to get the three-year-old bay filly clear and she persisted to reach the wire under little pressure in the end.In race six, Husbands produced a stalking ride aboard the three-year-old colt Kingsport to beat the three-year-olds and upward by a length.The Woodbine season wraps on Sunday.last_img

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