June 21, 2011
Star Sport


Good news for JAAA's Daegu camp
“There is good news for the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association's (JAAA) pre-competition training camp for the country's athletes competing at the August 27 - September 4, 2011, IAAF World Championships in Athletics.... . read more
Young Reggae Boyz look to rebound against Argentina

MONTERREY, Mexico: Jamaica face a must-win situation in their second match of the 2011 FIFA Under-17 World Cup today against Argentina, with the South Americans in almost an identically desperate situation as the Young Reggae Boyz....

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Boys' Town capture Claro KSAFA Under-20 Champions League

Boys' Town captured the Claro/Kingston and St Andrew Football (KSAFA) Under-20 Champions League title after dispatching Arnett Gardens 3-1 at the Edward Seaga Sports Complex on Sunday....

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All eyes on Commanding Chief

ALL eyes will be on Everal Francis' COMMANDING CHIEF tomorrow afternoon when the three-year-old chestnut gelding returns to the track in the second race over a mile after his smashing debut late last month....

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Christopher Levy (third left), president and CEO of the Jamaica Broilers Group, presents a sponsorship cheque to Marva Bernard (right), president, Jamaica Netball Association, at a function yesterday at the Jamaica Broilers Group office at McCook's Pen.

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I resigned to save the region - Warner

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC): Football supremo Jack Warner said yesterday he resigned from FIFA to save CONCACAF and the Caribbean Football Union from further chaos in the face of the ongoing cash-for-votes scandal.

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