Trinidad and Tobago Football Association conducted four matches of Week 14 of the Trinidad and Tobago Premier Football League. All four games were played on Wednesday, 6th March 2024 at two different venues at different times. 
Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Terrance Drew extended donations to three teams participating in St Kitts and Nevis Football Association Premier League that are based in Constituency 8 on Wednesday, 7th March 2024. 
Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Terrance Drew and Minister of Sports, Samal Duggins met with Dr Kishore Shallow, President of Cricket West Indies in a brief meeting that took place yesterday. 
Antigua and Barbuda Football Association unveiled the schedule for the Week 13 of the Antigua Premier League. The matches have been scheduled to take place from Saturday, 9th March to Monday, 11th March, 2024. 
Trinidad and Tobago Football Association unveiled the schedule for Week 14 of the Trinidad and Tobago Premier Football League. The matches of week 14 have been scheduled to take place on Wednesday, 6th March, 2024.
Devynne Charlton became the third Caribbean woman to bring a Gold medal for the Caribbean region. Bahamas star athlete has achieved a remarkable victory in the women’s 60m hurdles final at the World Athletics Indoor Championship.
CG United Women’s Super-50 Cup has kicked off in St Kitts and Nevis on Monday, 4th March 2024. These competitions are a huge boost for promoting women in sports and a great opportunity for them to showcase their abilities, skills and techniques. 
Thea Lafond, an athlete of Dominica has etched her name in history by winning the first gold medal at the World Athletics Indoor Championship 2024. 
Julien Alfred won the first ever World Gold medal for Saint Lucia at the World Athletics Indoor Championship 2004. Her unwavering commitment and dedication made her the first athlete ever from Saint Lucia to win a world title at such a prestigious championship.
Antigua and Barbuda is all set to return ‘Beach 366’ with the motive to celebrate both leap year babies and the cricket lovers from all over the world. It is considered to be a great way of attracting large number of visitors to the twin island nation.