November 29, 2012
Star Sport

Age no problem for Pepe ❒ 40-year-old defender continues to push for Tranmere start
“Forty-year-old Reggae Boy defender Ian Goodison continues to impress at English League One club Tranmere Rovers and has recovered from injury to pressure a young centre back pairing, half his age, for a spot in the starting eleven. .... read more
Netball Queens - Corporate area school claims rare double crown

The Queen's School achieved the rare feat of claiming the corporate area schoolgirl netball double crown after defeating St Hugh's High and St Andrew High in the junior and senior team finals, respectively...

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Giant-killing Fogo hunt history

Tomorrow's Digicel/ISSA rural area netball finals, to be hosted at Manchester High in Mandeville at noon, will feature a new kid on the block, Fogo Road, against the established kingpins of the sport...

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Henry gets one-year ban

... But could face further sanctions for latest outburst

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Race begins for JAAA presidency

The next executive body to marshall the country's track and field for the next four years will be elected today at the annual general meeting of the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association...

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UTech, GC Foster battle for Intercol crown

New champions will be crowned in this year's Intercol Men's Division One football competition, as former champions University of Technology and GC Foster College finished in the top two-preliminary round spots ...

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Reggae Boyz Dynamo for Houston

A hugely successful Major League Soccer franchise has credited Reggae Boyz among the keys for the club's run to the MLS Cup final two years in a row and signaled its intent to ramp up the search for more Jamaican football talent...

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