November 14, 2012
Star Sport


Wolmer's ready for George's
“Wolmer's Boys coach, Ludlow Bernard, says he is eagerly anticipating Saturday's ISSA/Gatorade/Digicel Manning Cup semi-final clash against reigning champions St George's College... . read more
Manning's turn back Garvey Maceo

Western Bureau: The Manning's School continue to chalk up surprises in the latter stages of the 2012 ISSA/Gatorade/Digicel daCosta Cup. ...

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Better news on Austin

Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) president, Captain Horace Burrell, remains optimistic, but cautious, in regard to the injury to key Reggae Boy midfielder Rodolph Austin on the weekend.

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Bryan: New Fast5 rules stumped Jamaica

Sunshine Girls' captain Nadine Bryan has blamed unfamiliarity with the rules for Jamaica's failure to gain a medal at the just-concluded World Fast5 Netball Series in Auckland, New Zealand. ...

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History beckons for Gleaner

The Gleaner, unbeaten in 25 matches this season, are only one win away from a historic sweep in Division Two of the Business House Basketball Association's three-on-three best-of-five finals ...

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Dettori faces probe for positive drug test

LONDON (AP): Italian jockey Frankie Dettori is under investigation in France after testing positive for a banned substance at Longchamp. Dettori, who was tested at the Paris racecourse on September 16...

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Coaches give mixed views on 'early' Champs

The island's top high-school coaches have expressed mixed views on the decision to hold next year's 2013 Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association...

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WI players safe as violence erupts in Dhaka

ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC): West Indies cricketers in Bangladesh are safe and have not been affected by the violence in the capital Dhaka, cricket authorities in the region reported late yesterday.

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