November 22, 2012
Star Sport


Former Man U standout considers playing for Boyz
“Former Manchester United prodigy Ravel Morrison admits to being caught in two minds, as he contemplates representing Jamaica's Reggae Boyz instead of England. The 19-year-old England Youth international is considered.... read more
Tivoli blank MoBay

Tivoli Gardens produced a scintillating second-half display to blank Montego Bay United 2-0 in their second-round Red Stripe Premier League football encounter at the Edward Seaga Sports Complex yesterday....

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Manning's, STETHS seal semi-final berths

Western Bureau: Two second half goals propelled The Manning's School to their second ever daCosta Cup semi-final appearance, but in spite of the loss St Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) also qualified for Saturday's semi-final....

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Nervy wins for Queen's, St Andrew

Defending champions The Queen's School and St Andrew High advance to the semi-finals of the ISSA Corporate Area Senior Schoolgirls competition, following thrilling one-point wins over their opponents at the Leila Robinson Courts yesterday....

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Royal Vibes not right for DaCosta

CHAMPION trainer Wayne DaCosta has the firepower in Saturday's Supreme Ventures Limited Pick-3 Super Challenge Trophy, a trio of runners in the 10-horse field, ROYAL VIBES, HOVER CRAFT and PERFECT NEIGHBOUR....

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Byers expects tough challenge

Australia's Under-21 netball coach, Carol Byers, said they are expecting a difficult series from their Jamaican counterparts when both teams clash in tomorrow's opening game of their three-Test series at the National Arena...

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Hasan ton stuns Windies - Number-10 batsman rescues Bangladesh innings

KHULNA, Bangladesh (CMC): Debutant Abul Hasan stunned West Indies with an electrifying unbeaten century as Bangladesh produced an incredible rally on the opening day of the second Test yesterday.

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Doctrove re-elected WICU head

ROSEAU, Dominica (CMC): Retired ICC Elite panel umpire Billy Doctrove has been re-elected president of the Windward Islands Cricket Umpires Association. ...

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