January 7, 2011
Star Sport


Taylor good to go
“Fast bowler Jerome Taylor who was forced to quit both West Indies and Jamaica duties after breaking down due to injury, on tours last year, appears back to his best and is raring to confirm that clean bill of health ... . read more
Jamaica born coach takes reins at Chivas

A Jamaican-born former United States international footballer has been named head coach of Major League Soccer (MLS) club Chivas USA. Robin Fraser, 44, who was born in Kingston, was earlier this week given the reins of the California-based franchise....

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JFF, PLCA reach compromise

The stand-off between the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) and the senior players over contracts seem poised for an amicable settlement following a meeting between the former ...

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Frazier's Whip boot Naggo Head

Division One club Frazier's Whip gained a historic berth in the LIME St Catherine Football Association knockout final, after booting Super League outfit Naggo Head 4-2, in an enthralling semi-final encounter ...

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Newell brace for Downs

Newell United will seek to make their South Central Confed Super League debut at home a memorable one when they host Downs of Manchester in a Zone A fixture at Hunslow on Sunday.

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Logie bats for more rural games

With the top brass of Jamaica's batting found wanting against a pick-up squad in unfamiliar conditions in south St Elizabeth earlier this week, both newly appointed National coach Gus Logie and Chairman of selectors Ruddy Williams ...

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Follow Walker, DaCosta all day

THE champion pair of jockey Omar Walker and trainer Wayne DaCosta might have started 2011 on a rather quiet note, one winner, JET SETTER in last Saturday's ninth event. However, the duo is set to light up the track...

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