December 21, 2012
Star Sport


Tappa hangs on ... But Brazilians' futures in doubt
“ Jamaica senior men's football team head coach, Theodore 'Tappa' Whitmore, has been spared the axe despite failing .... read more
Barca coach recovering from surgery

BARCELONA, Spain (AP): Barcelona coach Tito Vilanova underwent throat surgery yesterday to treat the reappearance ...

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Ronaldo set for Manchester return

NYON, Switzerland (AP): Real Madrid will face Manchester United in a mouth-watering Champions League last-16 clash ...

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Haiti knock Ja off top spot

ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC): Resurgent Haiti have knocked powerhouses Jamaica off the top spot in the latest ...

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Sterling's millions

Jamaica-born Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling has reportedly committed his future to the Barclays Premier League club ...

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Uncle Taf is back

UNCLE TAF, scratched from the Pick-3 Super Challenge Trophy on November 24 and hardly doing anything at exercise since ...

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Holder to Lash 'em

LASHING FORCE, carrying only 49.0 kilos with apprentice Prince Holder, is too light to bet against in tomorrow's ....

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Hundreds of millions for CPL T20

Verus International chairman and CEO, Ajmal Khan, says his company plans to invest hundreds of millions into the ...

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Aguilleira talks up Windies chances against SA

ST JOHN'S, Antigua: Merissa Aguilleira will again be at the helm of the West Indies Women when they face South Africa ...

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Pollard tops Gayle in Aussie Big Bash

SYDNEY, Australia (CMC): There was no glory for either Chris Gayle or Kieron Pollard, as both failed in a Big ...

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Windies Lankans renew rivalry

ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC): West Indies and Sri Lanka will renew their rivalry then they face each other in a limited ...

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Phelps beats Bolt to AP award

Now that he's away from the pool, Michael Phelps can reflect, really reflect, on what he accomplished. Pretty amazing ...

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