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Codville Rogers


Codville-RogersThe Kittitian-born Codville Rogers, a tall and lankily built left-handed batsman who is a natural stroke maker, possesses the sort of timing and finesse comparable to top-flight players especially when playing with a vertical blade.

While he remains particularly confident when executing cross-batted shots, it has often brought about his demise in some particularly unwieldy ways. He is most comfortable to fast bowling and his upright stance and free flowing arms allow him to pierce the offside field with utter grace. Against slower leather-flingers he is sometimes found wanting through a lack of positive footwork.

 Ironically, this manner of play, which befits a batsman with the least care in the world, has allowed him to produce substantial performances against high quality opponents. In a game against the England test team on their 2009 tour of the West Indies, his two half-centuries for the St. Kitts-Nevis Invitational XI left many spectators, a few journalists and perhaps some of the English players wondering why he is unable to play in an under performing Leeward islands team in the regional first class competition.

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masud3Described as the most influential reggae artist coming out of the twin Island paradise of St Kitts and Nevis and, more specifically St Kitts, Masud Sadiki delivers everything that is positive and great about reggae music.


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Stanley Sebastian


stanleysebastianStanley Theodore Sebastian was the son of Joseph Matthew Sebastian and Clarisse Richardson. He grew up in Newtown in his mother’s household. At an early age he learnt how to move in various social circles. From his mother he acquired friendliness towards all with whom he came in contact. His father, on the other hand, challenged him to be outstanding.

Young Stanley received his foundation in education at the Basseterre Boys’ School then under the guiding hand of the head master, Samuel Beach. Once those school years were behind him, Stanley Sebastian served as a pupil teacher at Palmetto Point then advanced to the position of Assistant teacher.

Following a course in Public Health, Sebastian was employed as an inspector assigned to Gingerland, Nevis. Through the regional branch of Public Health Engineering, of the Department of Colonial Development and Welfare, enabled him to undergo further studies in this specialized field. Later, he was awarded a scholarship to the University of Manchester where he won a bronze medal for his academic performance.

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Vivian Elaine Stevens


vivianelainestevensMs. Vivian Elaine Stevens is a Person with a deep commitment to helping others. This attribute which drove her to dedicate 30 years of service to a profession where compassion and patience are necessary for success.

Her service started in 1942 where she was trained for three years at the Glendon Hospital in Montserrat in general nursing and midwifery. From there Stevens moved to Nevis in 1947 to assume the post of Staff Nurse at the Alexander Hospital.

After spending three in this post. Mrs. Stevens seized the opportunity to further studies in this field. She attended a Public Health Nursing school from 1950 to 1951.

Her duties then took her to Anguilla and one year later. 1952 she return home to St. Kitts to work at the Tabernacle Health Centre and 8 months later was transferred to the old Road Health Centre. This job proved extremely challenging as she served the area from Halfway Tree to Challengers and transportation at the time was limited to say the very least.

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