Barbados Tridents get new coach


(CMC) – Andrew Richardson has embraced his new role with Barbados Tridents, and hopes he can help the reigning Caribbean Premier League (CPL) champions chart a winning strategy in the upcoming campaign. The 38-year-old former first class cricketer, a member of the Jamaica Tallawahs management last season, will serve as coach/manager for the August 19 to September 10 tournament set for Trinidad. Having captured the CPL title in the past with the Tallawahs both as a player and management, Richardson believes he can bring the winning mentality to the existing successful Tridents setup. “I know what it takes – the
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Weed is not good for your heart, studies say

By Sandee LaMotte (CNN) — You may love smoking weed, but it does not love your heart, according to the American Heart Association’s new scientific statement on marijuana. ‘The American Heart Association recommends that people not smoke or vape any substance, including cannabis products, because of the potential harm to […]