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England Men’s batter Ben Duckett and New Zealand Women’s all-rounder Sophie Devine are two of the big-name selections at The Hundred Draft, powered by Sage. The pair were Birmingham Phoenix’s first-round picks of the competition, with Jamie Smith, Miles Hammond, Hannah Baker, Eve Jones, and Katie Levick joining them at Edgbaston.

Duckett, previously with Welsh Fire, will add more firepower to a top-order that already includes England Men’s duo Moeen Ali and Liam Livingstone. Will Smeed, who hit the first-ever hundred in The Hundred last year, also returns.

Circuit of The Americas (COTA) began February at #1 on Forbes’ list of Best Formula 1 Races to Attend in 2023 and a month later is in the running to claim the Best Motorsports Race in the country.

USA TODAY 10Best ranks a variety of the country’s top travel and lifestyle destinations, experiences, products, and more. A panel of subject experts and the USA TODAY and 10Best editorial teams collect the top 20 nominees and open voting to the public for four weeks.

Trinidad and Tobago’s Minister of Sport and Community Development, Shamfa Cudjoe, and representatives of the Local Organising Committee, unveiled the mascot design for the Trinbago 2023 Commonwealth Youth Games, at a celebration to mark Commonwealth Day.

The event at the Rootsyard, at the Trinidad Theater Workshop in St Clair, Trinidad, was attended by the British High Commissioner, Harriet Cross, and representatives of the Embassies of Jamaica and India.

Tyler Roberts and Dexter Lembikisa made their senior international debuts for Jamaica in the recent round of fixtures.

The duo were selected in the senior squad for the first time, as the Reggae Boyz hosted Trinidad and Tobago in an international friendly double-header. Managed by former Iceland boss Heimir Hallgrimsson, Jamaica were beaten by a single goal on Saturday evening, before taking a share of the spoils in a goalless draw on Tuesday.

The Craft Irish Whiskey Co., creator of the world's Best Irish Single Malt of 2022, has been announced as the new sponsor of The Prestbury Cup at The Cheltenham Festival. The sponsorship represents the second year running that The Jockey Club and The Craft Irish Whiskey Co. have partnered at the Home of Jump Racing, Cheltenham Racecourse.