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CPL provides significant economic boost of over $102m to host countries

Fort Lauderhill, Florida: The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) continued its upward trajectory in 2016 with the world’s fastest growing T20 tournament contributing a significant economic boost of over… 1,446 more words

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CPL viewership grows at record pace

The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) experienced a 44 per cent in viewership in 2016, the largest jump in viewership since its inaugural season in 2013. 432 more words

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BREAKING: White Girl Hipsters Have Found a New Word

Since white girls embracing their whiteness has become a thing, the world has gotten incredibly tired of hearing the word “literally.” White girls being among the most considerate demographic in the world, they have decided to take this worldwide exhaustion into account, and have adopted a new word to use as their primary form of communication. 285 more words

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Soccer Today! on SPN Radio-November 15th 2016-MLS Cup Playoffs and USMNT with Rudi Schuller

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Hosted by Duane Rollins and Kevin Laramee
From the award-winning makers of the Two Solitudes Soccer Podcast and the Sports Podcasting Network, we now present Soccer Today! 50 more words

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Productivity Challenge CPL

In 2015 CPL were awarded a great place to work status in Ireland after entering the ‘Large Workplace’ category placing 15th. Mc Donald’s, Intel security and Ebay were among the competition, and for the second year running CPL were elected again. 600 more words

Vello Interviews Steven Taylor, The American Perspective

Interview with American Cricketer Steven Taylor

Steven Taylor is an American born cricketer who plays for the United States of America and the Barbados Tridents in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL). 580 more words

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Professional development for teachers: Where do you find it?

Looking for some tips and tricks to put the ‘zing’ back into your teaching? Or perhaps you just want to stay ahead of the game and keep your teaching practice current. 588 more words