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Contingency of Canadian Tourism Industry Professionals on FAM trip in Belize
Canada is Belize’s second largest market for overnight tourism. Last year alone over 24,000 Canadians visited Belize and the number keeps growing. For that reason, the Belize Tourism Board (BTB) is now investing more into the Canadian market, hosting a number of media practitioners, Canadian based travel writers, travel agents and tour operators to experience Belize as part of Belize’s strategy to reach to more Canadian tourists/travelers.
During their week’s stay in Belize, the Canadian contingency, which has been divided into two groups, will be visiting several destinations such as the Cayo District, Hopkins, Placencia Peninsula and Ambergris Caye, where BTB hopes they can discover Belize. According to Travel Trade Officer at BTB, Althea Sebastian the Canadian Road Show FAM Trip is a follow-up to road shows that BTB did in January in Canada. “This is the first time that we (BTB) are bringing Canadians to a FAM trip in Belize. We want them to experience firsthand the Belize product. They will be travelling the entire country so that they can get to know the country so as to better sell Belize as a destination,” explained Sebastian in an interview with The San Pedro Sun.
Prime Minister Departs to New York and Haiti
In New York, the Prime Minister will have audience with the Secretary General of the United Nations, His Excellency, Ban Ki-Moon. Prime Minister Barrow will brief the Secretary General on Belize’s position on the upcoming Referendum in October and on the Special Agreement with Guatemala. The Prime Minister’s visit to New York is being coordinated by the Office of Belize’s Permanent Representative to the United Nation. In Haiti, the Prime Minister will join fellow Heads of States of the Caribbean at the Fifth Summit of Heads of State of the Associates of Caribbean States scheduled for 25th and 26th April, 2013. In Haiti, the Prime Minister will be joined by Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hon. Wilfred Elrington and Chief Executive Officer of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Alexis Rosado.
Belize Pauses and Remembers Deepwater Horizon Disaster
April 20, 2013 marked three years since the Deepwater Horizon oil disaster caused by British Petroleum(BP) in the Gulf of Mexico in which 11 workers died. This tragic event played out just at the time the Belizean public became aware that since 2007 100% of Belize waters were leased out to oil companies, through contracts signed unknown to the Belizean public.
British Petroleum is one of the leading international oil companies with the latest offshore technology yet they could not prevent this disaster that occurred while only doing exploratory work not commercial extraction. In 2010 was one of approximately 200 deep water offshore rigs capable of drilling in waters more than 5,000 ft (1,500 m). In Belize the offshore areas issued out under the now unlawful contracts were in areas as deep at 12,000 ft and given out to companies which do not even have half the capabilities and expertise as BP.
Video Pick: Belikin Beer ‘Do Work’ Commercial Spot
Belikin Beer’s newest commercial spot encourages Belizeans to ‘Do Work’ and after a hard week inviting everyone to have a cold Belikin Beer. The commercial was released on April 19, 2013, with footage paying homage to the hard working Belizeans.
The advertisement spots highlight the labor workers in the agricultural and industrial industries and the everyday hard working people who make Belize run. It’s another great testament of all things Belize!
Boat Building in San Pedro
Boat building is an art that is self-taught in Belize and though Caulker has had a wider exposure and fame in boat building, San Pedro does have its credits to boast of.
Let us go back many years ago in San Pedro in the 1950’s when Mr. Maurice Bladen (+) lived in San Pedro with his entire family and made his living from this interesting art- boat building. Mista Maurice, as he was called by everyone, lived right on the beach where Holiday Hotel is now located and there he had fabricated wood sailing boats, cargo boats and fishing boats. If he got his hands on a large log he would even carve out a dory or a ‘dugout’, as they were popularly known. Boat owners also hauled their boats at Mista Maurice’s place for periodical repairs. On an interesting note Mista Maurice not only fabricated boats but children as well. When he moved from San Pedro to Belize City to continue his trade there, he already had eighteen children. One of his daughters and several grandchildren and great grandchildren still live in San Pedro.
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Conference Call at Ras Creek Eco Tours, Caye Caulker
It seemed like a very important conference call was taking place on board the Ras Creek Eco Tours vessel right before it took off for its afternoon sunset cruise in Caye Caulker, Belize. Whatever the topic we are sure it involved having fun in the sun!
Ras Creek and his slow pace Love Boat that takes customers for sightseeing tours along the island of Caye Caulker before heading to the reef for snorkeling and sunset trips. It is a famous tour company on the island that has garnered popularity for its fun and adventurous tours.
SAGA Pasta Cook Off
SAGA Humane Society Monthly Cook off Fundraiser to be held at Sanbar on Wednesday, April 24, 2013. This month’s theme: PASTA!!!
Tickets for on sale at 6pm, serving starts at 6:30 pm. Only $10Bze to sample all the entries. Lots of raffles and prizes for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place Winners.
Concerns Over Dredging in Western Area of Ambergris Caye
ACCSD is very concerned about the dredging taking place on the west side of the marina. We are concerned that the laws of the country are apparently not being followed. There was no EIA for this development when it is clearly stated that any dredging that exceeds 50,000 cubic yards should require an EIA.
We are concerned that proper protocol does not seem to have actually taken place in this instance. This area is a major fishing spot for the fly fishermen who visit this area on a daily basis. We cannot stress how very important it is to protect these areas as they are where all the fishes are born.
Misc Belizean Sources
Message for U.S. Citizens, Embassy meeting May 3
The Embassy of the United States of America in Belmopan invites U.S. citizens to attend a town hall meeting in San Pedro Town.
Date: May 3, 2013
Place: Blue Water Grill (Sunbreeze Hotel) San Pedro Town, Belize
Time: 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Embassy staff will discuss the public services the U.S. Embassy offers, hurricane preparedness, and other areas of general interest.
Consular staff will also offer services -
· Accepting adult U.S. passport renewal and additional visa pages applications (applicants or authorized representatives will need to be able to pick up their passports at the U.S. Embassy at a later date)
· Notary services (no real estate closings or certified copies).
VIDEO: UNIBAM PSA - I am...
Belize still criminalizes homosexual activity between consenting adults. UNIBAM is challenging that law (Section 53) as a violation of constitutional and human rights. This public service announcement aims to promote tolerance in a society where homophobia is widely practiced. We Are One! In dignity and right
VIDEO: respect UniBAM Belize
PSA against homophobia and transphobia
Episode 6 of Loving Belize, Underwater Adventures with Little Kitchen an the Belize Music Awards
In this episode you are taken on a fishing adventure with 'Little Kitchen Adventure tours' with fishermen Roy Flowers and Manola from Caye Caulker.
In Belize City Driva 'Don't stop at all' gives a inspirational talk to the children at the 'Living Hope' Prep School for kids at risk, he talks about his road through crime and incarceration and how he found his way back to education and became an award winning film maker and musician.
I interview music artist Anaconda talking about his new upcoming album and his thoughts about Belize city today.
Earth Day in Seven Miles Village
Roni Martinez and the students of El Progresso Government school planted some trees for Earth Day. Well done, and well said!
"Today we celebrated Earth Day. Today we planted for the future, not for us, but for the generations coming behind us. Not because we care about ourselves, but because we want to leave a little memory to remind those coming behind us... that we cared about them."
AGRIC is just over a week away, and they've come a long way with the improvements.
Video: Kayaking the Chalillo Reservoir
It's Earth Day, and Tony Rath uploaded a cool video from Cayo's Chalillo reservoir and Macal River. He has a great introspective moment: "I wonder if photographers are actually capturing visual memories of the moment so they don't forget; or they struggle to capture the 'feeling' of that moment so others will not foresake?"
Chaa Creek Eco Kids Camp 2013
Happy Earth Day! Chaa Creek has announced their Eco Kids Camp for 2013. It's a free 9 day all-inclusive camp, and the kids get to stay at the Macal River Camp the entire time, while learning about the environment. Truly an experience of a lifetime. They are having an essay competition; simply send in a 300 word essay explaining why you want to be an Eco Kid. Kids between the ages of 8 and 13 are eligible. Good luck!
CJC EXPO 2013
On Friday, 19 April 2013, Corozal Junior College held its annual EXPO. Corozal.com took these photos from the EXPO, featuring exhibits by both CJC students, and supportive businesses and organizations from Corozal and elsewhere in Belize.
Contracts Signed to Begin Road Project in Santa Elena/San Ignacio
Today, in a brief ceremony held at the Ministry of Transport and Works Conference Room, contracts were signed for Lot 4 of the 4th Road Project to begin works for the Santa Elena/San Ignacio Bypass Project, which includes the upgrading of Joseph Andrews Drive in San Ignacio up to its intersection with the Benque Viejo Road.
The project which is funded by the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and the Government of Belize was awarded to Norman Reimer of A & N Construction. The Ministry of Works will be assisted by supervision consultants, Becker International Consultants Limited. In addition to the aesthetic and infrastructural improvements, the BZD$5 million project will bring economic benefits and employment to the area.
The works are expected to be completed in eighteen months. Present for the ceremony were Minister of Transport and Works, Hon. Rene Montero, Chief Executive Officer in the ministry, Mr. Errol Gentle and representatives from A & N Construction and Becker International Consultants Limited. End.
Oldest Taxi Stand Moved For Park Renovation
The downtown taxi-stand on Albert street in Belize city - it’s probably the oldest taxi stand in Belize – having been there for more than half a century. But tonight, the taxi-men have been unseated from their long held position – as the City Council has a plan to overhaul Battlefield Park. Except no one told the taxi drivers – until it was time for them to move – making it a battle over parking space. 7news has been following the story since Saturday.
Daniel Ortiz reporting
On Saturday, We were called out to the Battlefield Park, where a backhoe was already demolishing the structures inside. The parking area in front of the park is where the Downtown Taxi Cooperative and the Albert Street Taxi Union both operate. They couldn’t conduct any business there because the Belize City Council had already plugged the street with steel rods cordoning off the area from in front of the Belize Bank, all the way to Brodies. This effectively evicted all the taxi operators from around this area, without any consultation.
Alleged Burglar Accomplice To Court
Last week, Friday, 7News told you about 21 year-old Ryan Lozano, the young man who police shot to death after they caught him burglarizing a home. Well, the man who police believe to be his accomplice is at prison tonight.
He is 33 year-old Lenny Bennett Benguche. According to Ladyville police, on Thursday at around noon, when they responded to a burglary in Los Lagos, they saw Benguche hiding behind the house. Lozano reportedly exited the house a few minutes after police arrived.
Police say that they cautioned Lozano, but according to them, he advanced in a threatening manner whilst armed with a knife and a crowbar. So, they shot him in the midsection - An account which his family and neighbors dispute.
They detained Benguche and transported Lozano to the KHMH, but he died the next day due his extensive internal injuries.
Alleged Killer in Libertad Charged
On Friday, we told you about the murder of 43 year old Sisto Victorio Osorio – who was killed in Libertad Village. As we told you, Osorio, was found lying face down on the pavement at noon on Friday, apparently dead. A man struck him in the head with a blunt object.
Well, on Saturday 58 year old Marciano Correa, surrendered himself to police accompanied by his attorney Lionel Welch. He was charged for murder today and will be remanded to prison.
There is no clear motive for the murder, but it may have been provoked by a family dispute. The deceased, Osorio is reported to have had a relationship with Correa’s sister. They had a fight – and Correa reportedly attacked Osorio on his sister’s behalf.
GOB: Why El Turk Should Be Extradited
3 weeks ago, we told you about the extradition proceedings for Khaled El Turk, the Lebanese Belizean who the United States Government has under indictment. According to Drug Enforcement Agency, Khaled El Turk trafficked large quantities of pseudoephedrine – the chemical precursor for methamphetamines – from 2009 to 2012.
As a result, they’ve sent a warrant for his extradition on the charges of the importation of pseudoephedrine and conspiracy to the importation of pseudoephedrine, but as we told you, El Turk isn’t going quietly. He is resisting the extradition, and his attorneys made submissions on his behalf at the last adjournment before Chief Magistrate Anne Marie Smith.
Today, he was brought back to court, where the Government Crown Counsels were given an opportunity to respond to the submissions made by the defence.
Those submissions are of a technical legal nature, so we asked one of his attorneys to explain it outside of court.
BWC VS BCC: Round 2
2 months ago, 7News told you about the attempt by the Belize Waste Control to get Belize City Mayor, Darrell Bradley jailed for contempt of court. It’s because of an outstanding 2.3 Million dollar arbitration award that the City Council owes to Belize Waste Control.
Bradley was the attorney for the then City Council administration and last year, the court ordered the Council to pay it. They didn't and so Waste Control's Attorney Fred Lumor took the Mayor to the Supreme Court to ask Justice Michelle Arana to cite him for contempt. If the Court ruled in his favor, Mayor Bradley would be committed to jail.
He delayed that warrant’s proceedings by asking the court for more time to properly put on record City Hall’s financial position. The matter was called up again today, and Justice Michelle Arana heard submissions in her chambers from Lumor and Bradley’s attorney, Michael Young.
When he exited the court, 7News asked Lumor for an update and if a resolution was possible in the near future. Here’s what he told us
Fred Lumor - Attorney for Belize Waste Control
"The City Council last week sent a check of $50,000 to my client. The debt as of March 31st is almost $2.3m. So I can say to you that is pittance. They proposed to pay $10,000 a month so that would come up to $120,000 a year. The interest that accrues yearly is about $82,000. Realize that isn't a proposal. The matter is adjourned to June 10th and City Council has indicated to the court that they intend to reach a settlement with Belize Waste Control before that date. I have indicated to the court that on that day I intend to proceed if there is no settlement."
He Allegedly Gives Her a Hickey; She Gets Him Arrested
Tonight, 42 year-old Daniel Zetina, a Belize City resident, is out on bail on the charge of indecent assault, after he was taken to court today.
According to a 46 year-old woman, on Saturday, Zetina pressed unwanted advances on her, where he fondled her, and gave her a love bite on the neck.
She reported it to police, and requested court action against him. They arrested and charged him aggravated assault of an indecent nature. He was arraigned today before Chief Magistrate Anne Marie Smith, who granted him bail of $500 dollars.
He was able to meet bail, and he must return to court on May 28, 2013.
PUP Accepts Fault For Voided PSA’s?
The PUP today issued an interesting release commending Supreme Court Justice Oswell Legall for a judgment in which he found that a former PUP government had acted wrongly. Legall found that six production sharing agreements were voice because no environmental assessment was carried out before the agreements were awarded, and contracts were given to companies that were unqualified. Those contracts were signed during the last PUP government, but today a party release says, quote, “The PUP fully supports the Court rulings and pledges to abide by these decisions in a PUP government.”
Speaking of the other major judgment handed down by Legall last week, in which he found that short term contracts for Judges are unconstitutional, the PUP calls those, quote, “attempts by the Barrow Administration to undermine the Rule of Law and the independence of the Judiciary.”
The government plans to appeal both judgments.
Officer Stoned With A Brick While Guarding Former PM’s House
On Sunday there was the report of trouble at former Prime Minister Said Musa’s house. Musa called the police at around 11:30 to say that the police constable assigned to guard his home had been stoned.
Musa told us that at about 10:30, the constable knocked on his front door to say someone stoned him with a brick. Musa says he didn’t see the officer bleeding, but still, he called 911 a number of times; unfortunately it was during a blackout and they didn’t answer. Finally, after power was restored, he called the police station and they sent CIB and Patrol teams – one of which took the officer to the hospital.
We saw police searching the yard.
Musa today described the entire event as “weird” but said he’s sure it was not directed at him.
Belize’s Human Rights Report Card From US
The Office of the US Secretary of State has issued its Country Rpeort for Belize on Human Rights practices for 2012. The report says that “the most important human rights abuses during the year were the use of excessive force by security forces, including the deaths of five persons involving on or off- duty police officers and discrimination based on sexual orientation.”
The report notes that, quote, “There was apparent impunity for high-ranking officials, but authorities took action against 51 police officers and brought criminal charges against 48 of them for alleged abuses.”
In an interesting detail about the Hattieville Prison, the report notes that in 2012 prison “Authorities…seized 10 pounds of marijuana, 182 cell phones, 15 buckets of wine, BZ$4,692 dollars and 97 handmade weapons.”
Upgraded Drainage For Buttonwood Bay
A new drainage project was launched today in the Buttonwood Bay area. It will address the infrastructure needs of over six hundred area residents with the installation of close to six thousand feet of concrete drains with covers for sidewalks, as well as the replacement of driveways, walkways and installations of new culverts.
7news spoke to Area Rep and Minister of State Santino Castillo – who told us about the importance of this drainage project.
Santino Castillo - Minister of State
"Well today we're launching the Buttonwood Bay drainage project. This is a project that was in the pipeline when I went to the Ministry of Economic Development and it is one of the projects that I pushed real hard because it falls in my constituency, Caribbean Shores. To bring it to fruition, it is a $1m Drainage Project specifically in this area that will directly affect 600 residents. It's to fix all the drains.
PM Reports On Referendum To UN
Prime Minister Dean Barrow travelled to New York yesterday where is will meet with UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon. According to an official release, the PM will brief the Secretary General on Belize’s position on the upcoming Referendum in October and on the Special Agreement with Guatemala. From there, on Thursday, the Prime Minister moves unto Haiti where he and Foreign Minister Wilfred Elrington join fellow Caribbean Heads of State and Government at the Fifth Summit of Heads of State of the Association of Caribbean States
While he is away, Deputy PM, Gaspar Vega will act as Prime Minister.
Guat Foreign Minister: Referendum Not Happening
And while the PM is at the UN talking to the Secretary General, the Guatemalans seem to be unilaterally disposing of the referendum. An article in the Prensa Libre today says that Foreign Minister Fernando Carerra has written to the Guatemalan Congress to tell them – basically - that the October sixth referendum is a no-go. Carrerra’s letter says there are three barriers: first, the education campaign that hasn’t started in that country yet; second, Belize’s 60% referendum thresh-hold and third the cost. He says that the only way to proceed is for Belize to have its referendum first, and if that succeeds then the Guatemalans would have one on June of 2014. Second, Belize would have to remove its 60% thresh-hold. Belize has flatly rejected both these conditionalities.
Training For Police Prosecutors
Today, over 25 law enforcement prosecutors were in Belmopan at the police training academy to learn about more effective prosecutions. For the next two weeks, they’ll be learning how to draw up charges and see them through to conviction. Superintendent Linden Flowers, the Commandant of the Training Academy tells us how it will be helpful.
Superintendent Linden Flowers- Commandant - National Police Training Academy
"It is very important for our police and the different agencies that are taking perpetrators or alleged perpetrators or persons who you suspect have committed a crime or an offense to be able to properly present that case in court. It is very timely. With a lot of the organizations we see more and more people are taking persons into court. A component of this course will also assist these sergeants and corporals for internal presentations of cases against Police officers who are charged for one offence or the other."
Attendees are from the Police Department, the Fisheries Department and Municipal Traffic.
Legal Drag Racing In Belize?
All day yesterday, residents of the Belama area heard cars revving, and racing up and down the newly cemented Chetumal Boulevard. They were rag racing – which is usually a public menace and an illegal practice. But not this time; it was Westtrac’s first annual high octane car show.
The highlight was the first ever legal drag race - with permission from the Mayor of course.
Today one of the organizers, told 7news that the event was more than a success.
Ron Lecky - Organizer of Car Show
"What we had was Westrac's first annual High-Octane car show and it consisted of a car show and a drag racing event. Everybody was excited because it was the first legal drag racing for Belize."
SISE Road Works Pending
The new bridge spanning the twin towns of San Ignacio and Santa Elena is one step closer to reality after contracts were signed for the upgrading of Joseph Andrews Drive in San Ignacio up to its intersection with the Benque Viejo Road. The 5 million dollar project was awarded to Norman Reimer of A & N Construction while The Ministry of Works will be assisted by supervision consultants, Becker International Consultants Limited. It is expected to be completed in eighteen months.
This road on the San Ignacio side will be across from the Loma Luza Boulevard on the Santa Elena – paving of which is already well underway.
The project is sponsored by the Caribbean Development Bank and the Government of Belize.
Plane heard over Corozal village
Police and B.D.F. last Thursday, found nine blue drums containing suspected aviation fuel and sixteen empty plastic gallon containers near a landing strip that was destroyed by the B.D.F. two years ago in the area of Back Landing in the Orange Walk District. The find was made when law enforcement units were looking for a [...]
St. Ignatius student dies and friend injured in accident
The Saint Ignatius High School of Santa Elena is mourning the death of one of its students and hoping for the recovery of another. On Saturday morning, the two students, who have also established themselves as outstanding athletes, hitched a ride from Cristo Rey heading back to San Ignacio. But they never made it because [...]
One hit murder in Libertad
There was a murder up north on Friday. A mechanic was killed reportedly over a bottle of rum and his best friend has been charged. Sisto Victor Osorio was hit on the head and died within minutes in the village of Libertad. Fifty-eight year old Marciano Correa turned himself in to the police and has [...]
Downtown cab drivers protest, but did they have the facts?
We’ve all heard the cliché progress brings problems, but it’s probably never been more real than right about now in Belize City, where traffic congestion, blocked streets and frustration are the crosses we all must bear. Mayor Darrell Bradley has a plan, and that plan includes more infrastructural development than we’ve seen in, well, forever. [...]
Battlefield Park undergoes a second renovation
But back to the City where a new project has caused an uproar at downtown Albert Street. We can’t exactly call it a facelift, or even a renovation. What it seems to be is a complete deconstruction of the historic Battlefield Park – razing it all to the ground, bandstand and all. Now it seems [...]
Drag racing on newly inaugurated Chetumal Boulevard
If we had to caption this story, we’d probably call it – ONLY IN BELIZE. It’s just one of those things that make you shake your head. Less than a week ago, Chetumal Boulevard just off the Northern Highway was inaugurated with much pomp, ceremony and fanfare. It was a project of which Mayor Darrell [...]
El Turk extradition case meets roadblock
The extradition case against businessman Khalid Jamil El Turk, of Lebanese extraction and wanted by U.S. authorities for conspiracy to import pseudo-ephedrine, resumed today before Chief Magistrate Anne Marie Smith. El Turk, who has been on remand since October 2012, is represented by attorneys Edwin Flowers and Anthony Sylvester. After tendering a bundle of documents [...]
Career burglar remanded for recent incident; accomplice killed
Thirty-three year old Lenny Benguche, one of two men caught in the act of breaking into a residence in Los Lagos last Thursday, was arraigned on a single charge of burglary when he appeared before Chief Magistrate Anne Marie Smith this evening. Benguche was hiding behind the house when police arrived on the scene. Police [...]
John Baptist convicted of carnal knowledge against 6 year old
A man has been found guilty of two counts of aggravated assault of an indecent nature, and is awaiting sentencing for that crime. Thirty-eight year old John Baptist Sr. was accused of one count of carnal knowledge and three counts of aggravated assault of an indecent nature for crimes he allegedly committed against a six [...]
Turneffe caretaker found dead
A caretaker of a fishing camp on Turneffe Island was found dead on Friday, but preliminary examination does not suggest foul play. Fisherman and owner of the camp Leopold Westby today told News Five that he went out to the camp on Friday at about ten am and could not locate sixty-five year old caretaker [...]
SATIIM says rosewood being cut during amnesty
The public furor over government’s rosewood amnesty has not died down. In fact, on Friday the flames were fanned by a very strong release from the Sarstoon Temash Institute for Indigenous Management, SATIIM. The organization is calling on the government to immediately rescind the amnesty, saying it is only serving to perpetuate a vicious cycle [...]
P.U.P. supports and gives credibility to 2 court rulings
The People’s United Party is weighing in on two recent court decisions. In respect of the OCEANA challenge on six oil contracts, the court declared them null and void because a required Environmental Impact Assessment was not carried out. The Opposition says it fully supports the Court rulings and pledges to abide by these decisions [...]
To control numerous brushfires across the country
Brushfires have been sparking all across the country; the Fire Department says it is caused by the dry spell. While there is nothing unusual about the “bushfires” residents of Lord’s Bank had a close call on Sunday when a fire spread dangerously close to many houses. The smoke billowed across the area as firefighters battled [...]
A common ground; Succotz gains a recreational park for kids
Each community needs open space and a safe environment for its youths to serve as a playground to foster friendship and also to begin to learn about the world of sports. Perhaps that is why in Succotz Village, it was important enough for the Minister of Tourism Manuel Heredia to make an appearance. According to [...]
James Adderley’s Sports Highlight
Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is sports Monday. Week 13 of the FLB season found FC Belize inside the friendly Confines of the MCC grounds yesterday needing all three points to remain in the 4 team playoff picture as it took on San Ignacio United in a must win situation. However it’s [...]