November 19, 2012
Star Sport


Marshall retires - Former Reggae Boy defender looks to life after football, as Colorado decline to extend contract
“Reggae Boy Tyrone Marshall's 15-year professional playing career appears all but over after his Major League Soccer (MLS) club decided not to keep the 38-year-old defender... . read more
Portmore close gap on Harbour View

Defending champions Portmore United closed the gap on leaders Harbour View to a mere two points, as they were the only team in the top half of the 12-team standings to register a win in yesterday's opening set ...

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Uncle Taf ready to Pick 3

UNBEATEN UNCLE TAF looked sharp at exercise last Tuesday morning, galloping six furlongs in 1:15.2, as he prepares for his third victory in Saturday's Pick-3 Super Challenge Trophy ...

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Blake dismisses Quarrie's allegations ... Names new slate ahead of JAAA elections

With the battle lines for this month end's Jamaica administrative Athletics Association (JAAA) election drawn, on Saturday at the Knutsford Court Hotel, incumbent President Dr Warren Blake announced a new management team ...

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Frater eyes JAAA spot... Targets athletes' welfare and dismisses conflict of interest

Long recognised as a statesman on the track, reliable Jamaican sprinter Michael Frater is hoping to have an impact off the track as well, as he presents himself for a vice-president spot ...

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Windies win good for cricket

DHAKA, Bangladesh (CMC): International Cricket Council president, Alan Isaac, has described West Indies' victory over Bangladesh in the just-concluded first Test as a great advert for the game. ...

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Parry hails Powell

CHARLESTOWN, Nevis (CMC) Nevis Premier Joseph Parry has hailed the achievement of West Indies opening batsman Kieran Powell after the player lashed centuries in each innings of the first Test against Bangladesh.

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Pitter takes inaugural UWI Run

Like they did a week ago when they captured the top spots at the Portmore Burger King 10K Road Race, Shawn Pitter, running unattached, and Tanice Barnett, representing MVP track club...

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