A day of sports

February 13, 2017
From left: Michael Holding and Howard Hamilton and an unidentified groom leading in MARLENE MY LOVE with jockey Wesley Henry in the saddle to the winners enclosure following his win in the NB3-Y-O RESTRICTED ALLOWANCE 11 race at Caymanas Park on Saturday.
Steven Taylor is bowled during the Group 'B' match between ICC Americas and Jamaica Scorpions in the WICB Super50 tournament on Saturday at Lucas Street.
Hamza Tariq (left) is bowled under the gaze of wicketkeeper Chadwick Walton during the Group 'B' match between ICC Americas and Jamaica Scorpions in the WICB Super50 tournament on Saturday at Lucas Street.
Yohan Blake at the start of the 400 metres.
Omar Walker (right) fights off a challenge from jockey O White aboard ZEPHYR to win the HOWARD PHILLIPS MEMORIAL TROPHY race at Caymanas Park on Saturday.
Calabar High's De'Jour Russell (second left) winning his 100 metres heat in an easy 10.79 seconds at the Camperdown Classic inside the National Stadium on Saturday.
Elaine Thompson (right) piloting the MVP team to victory in the women's 4x100 metres at the Milo Western Relays at the Montego Bay Sports Complex on Saturday. At left is Ristannana Tracey.
Michael Holding greeting fans at Caymanas Park from the winners enclosure on Saturday.
Nesta Carter (right) anchors MVP to second place in the Mens 4x100 metre at the Mile Western Relays at the Montego Bay Sports Complex on Saturday.
Wesley Henry securing an easy win aboard MERLENE MY LOVE to win the NB3-Y-O RESTRICTED ALLOWANCE 11 race at Caymanas Park.
DawnaLee Loney pumps to victory in the women's 400m at the Camperdown Classic.
Zharnell Hughes crouches in fatigue after finishing his event the men's 400m at the Camperdown Classic.
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There was a full day of exciting sporting action in horse racing, cricket and track and field across Jamaica, and involving Jamaicans across the Caribbean on Saturday.

We have highlights from the Milo Western Relays in Montego Bay, Camperdown Classic in Kingston, horse racing at Caymanas Park and cricket in Barbados.

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