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4 Toys ‘R’ Us Stores to Close on Long Island

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Four of the 11 Toys ‘R Us locations on Long Island are among about 180 nationwide that are slated to close by April, the company reportedly disclosed in court documents.The closures of a fifth of the company’s stores comes as the popular toy retailer is restructuring its finances in bankruptcy court while it contends with about $8 billion in debt.The local stores slated to close include locations on Sunrise Highway in Sayville, on Corporate Drive in Westbury, on Veterans Memorial Highway in Commack and on Sunrise Highway in Massapequa.The New Jersey-based toy store chain was founded in Washington, D.C. in 1948 and now has nearly 900 stores nationwide.last_img

Young Persaud thrilled to be a part of WI U-19 training camp

first_imgTALENTED wicketkeeper/batsman Joshua Persaud and his Guyanese counterpart Bhaskar Yadram will leave for Grenada tomorrow to join 18 of the region’s best youth cricketers for a 12-day training camp, which ends on December 20.The camp officially starts the WICB’s preparation for the 2018 ICC Under-19 World Cup to be held in New Zealand.After the camp is completed a West Indies Under-19 team will be selected to compete in next month’s Regional Super50 tournament.The 20-member preliminary squad will undergo training, and will also receive physical assessment along with life skills sessions and mental preparation.However, Persaud says he’s ready for the training camp, adding that the achievement is another opportunity for him to showcase his talent.At 16-year-old, Persaud was the youngest member of the national Under-19 squad this year, and according to the Chase Academy student, the opportunity this time will further develop his game.“I see this as a great opportunity for me. It will develop my game even better, in terms of working with different coaches and being among other players from across the Caribbean,” Persaud related.Like any other young cricketer, Persaud has his goals set out, knowing he has put in the work and it is just a matter of execution as he prepares to make an impact with every given opportunity.“We have two practice matches, and I am looking forward to do well, and at the same time score at least a century in one of the games,” Persaud said.He added “One of my main goals is to work hard and secure a spot in the final squad.”.The Under-19s will do battle in Group A of the Super50 which runs from January 24 to February 18 in Antigua and Barbados.Title-holders Trinidad & Tobago Red Force, along with Leeward Islands Hurricanes, Windward Islands Volcanoes and visiting English County Kent Spitfires, have also been installed in Group A.Group B, meanwhile, comprises last year’s losing finalists Barbados Pride, Guyana Jaguars, Combined Campuses and Colleges Marooners, Jamaica Scorpions and ICC Americas.The tournament will serve as part of the build-up for the Under-19s as they ready themselves for the defence of their ICC Youth World Cup title captured earlier this year in Bangladesh.A management team, led by head coach Graeme West and comprising Dwain Gill, Anthony Gray, Khevyn Williams and Zephyrinus Nicholas, will oversee the camp.SQUAD: Keagan Simmonds, Kirstan Kallicharan, Cephas Cooper, Navin Bidaisee, Matthew Patrick, Te-Shawn Alleyne, Johann Jeremiah, Emmanuel Stewart, Johnnel Eugene, Daneal Dupigny, Alick Athanaze, Jerellius Louis, Javier Spence, Kian Pemberton, Joshua Persaud, Bhaskar Yadram, Jeavor Royal.last_img read more

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