Saturday, November 23rd, 2013

 

Chuckful of Bowling Talent

Village and district cricket in the dry season and football in the wet season, organized in leagues by older players and village businessmen, were extremely important to the pride of the different communities and they were blood and sand affairs, no quarter given, no holds barred and no rule unbroken especially the one about “unfair” deliveries and bowling actions that are called, in the different islands, “chucking”, “shying”, “stoning” and “pelting.” My friend Franklin (a.k.a Feco), was as lethal a pelter with the ball as with a stone or stickRead More

Tony Deyal

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Tony Deyal is a Caribbean journalist who believes laughter is the best medicine.