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The tiny British Overseas Territory of Anguilla in the eastern Caribbean, home to just 14,000 residents, fielded its largest ever Commonwealth squad at Birmingham 2022.

The island is likely to be better known to Brits as a dream holiday destination given its location in a quiet corner of the eastern Caribbean and its 33 dazzling white-sand beaches.

The 2022 Grenada Rugby World 7s (GRW7s) tournament will be held in the Spice Island.

Set for December 2-3, 2022, at Grenada’s Cricket Stadium, rugby teams from Canada, England, Fiji, France, Scotland, the United States and Wales are expected to compete for prize money and the coveted winner’s titles that are up for grabs.

With a record-breaking crowd of close to 6,000 spectators attending the 2022 British Basketball League Trophy Finals at Glasgow’s Emirates Arena earlier this year, the British Basketball League (BBL) are delighted to confirm the WBBL/BBL Trophy Finals will be returning to Scotland for next year’s Finals, with tickets available via pre-sale on 17th August.

The united roar was the loudest ever experienced in any major sporting venue in the Midlands – and probably beyond.

It left a feeling in the heart that was unique in anyone’s experience – leaving a proud boast that this may never again be witnessed anywhere in the Commonwealth – ever! It truly was a privilege and an honour to be part of this - the greatest sporting event ever.

Watching on as the very first performers stepped out during the Opening Ceremony, and there until the final medal was awarded, Birmingham 2022’s fans have been cheering on the world-class athletes throughout the Games.

Showing their support for teams across all Commonwealth nations and territories, Birmingham’s fans have been showing up in their great numbers to watch and cheer on the Games.