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Ms. Alicia Hospedales, MP
Member for Arouca/Maloney
Ms. Hospedales rst became a
Member of Parliament in
November, 2007 when she
contested and won the
Arouca/Maloney seat as a Member of the
People's National Movement (PNM) and was
appointed as Minister of State in the Ministry of
Social Development. Ms. Hospedales was
re-elected in the General Election of 2010 and is
currently a member of the Joint Select
Committee (Group 2).
Constituency O ce: 195 Eastern Main Rd,
Arouca. Tel/Fax: 692-4767.
Mrs. Ahmed served as a
Government Senator during the
6th Parliament and as an
Opposition Senator during the 8th Parliament.
She was appointed again to serve in the Senate
on September 06, 2013. Mrs. Ahmed is
currently a member of the Public Accounts
Committee and the Joint Select Committee
Sen. the Hon. Raziah Ahmed
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HERE'S WHAT'S HAPPENING IN PARLIAMENT
FROM NOVEMBER 21 TO 27, 2014
KINGSTON, JAMAICA---West Indies fast bowler
Jerome Taylor says he is ready for battle ahead of
his debut performance in the WICB Professional
Cricket league (PCL) which began last weekend.
Taylor campaigns for the Jamaica franchise which
tackles Barbados Pride at Windward Sports Club in
second round action starting Friday.
The Jamaica franchise emerged from the opening
round one point behind front runners Guyana Jaguars
after a 13-run victory over Windward Islands Volca-
"I m looking forward to this game, and the games
against Barbados are usually good," Taylor told the
Jamaica Observer before the players departed for Bar-
"I will try to see how much I can give a good account
of myself so that the youngsters (teammates) can grasp
things as well."
Taylor, who missed Jamaica s victory over Volcanoes,
last week due to "personal reasons", replaces fellow
pacer Jason Dawes in the squad for Friday s clash.
Taylor, 30, who was plagued by a back-related injury,
made an impressive return to four-day cricket last
season capturing 25 wickets from eight matches to
lead Jamaica s bowling.
"It s always a pleasure playing for Jamaica," he said.
"This is where I started so whenever I have the time
and I m here and called upon it is a joy to me."
Their opponents and reigning champions Barbados
Pride, finished the first round on in third position on
eight points after rain wrecked their chances of pushing
for victory against Trinidad and Tobago Red Force.
ST JOHN'S, ANTIGUA---Former Leeward Islands
skipper Wilden Cornwall says fresh ideas are needed
in order to revitalise the ailing game in the sub-
He was speaking against the backdrop of the latest
heavy loss for Leeward Islands who went down by
an innings and ten runs to Guyana Jaguars in the
opening round of the WICB Professional Cricket
League last weekend. Cornwall, who has applied for
the job of Leewards coach, says it was now evident
it could not be business as
"You got to get some
licks and you have to
rebuild Leeward Islands
cricket and that s my way
to go. Other players might
feel hard done because of
the changes, but changes
have to be made," Cornwall
told the Antigua Observer
"We cannot sit back and continue getting licks
with the same set of players over and over. It s not
that I am going to go in there and throw away every-
body. Secondly, I would make sure that Leeward
Islands cricket, from the grassroots level, is structured
properly because we need players to come through."
Leeward Islands cricket has gone into slump over
the last decade, with their squad now languishing
at the bottom of the standings during recent first
From the days of the halcyon days of the legendary
Sir Curtly Ambrose, Sir Richie Richardson and Stuart
Williams, the Leewards are now a side struggling to
put together a quality team.
Cornwall, who scored nearly 2,000 runs with three
centuries and grabbed 106 wickets in 53 first class
games, believes preparation for major tournaments
remains a big issue. (CMC)
says he is ready
Taylor ready for battle
in PCL second round
New ideas needed,
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