February 16, 2013
Star Sport


Fraser-Pryce believes more male clashes will be good for track
“Olympic 100m champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce has challenged her male compatriots to face each other more.... read more
Cavalier vs Portmore

Portmore United's coach, Andre Waugh, believes his team has the club's reputation to protect when they travel...

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T&T World Cup Warriors plan to sue Warner

Members of Trinidad and Tobago's 2006 World Cup squad are planning to sue National Security Minister Jack Warner...

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Tight race for South Central semis

At least one semi-final spot will be determined when the eighth round of the South Central Confed Super

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Sterling quits Twitter, Facebook, to focus

Jamaica-born Liverpool star Raheem Sterling has decided to give up on social mediums Twitter and Facebook,...

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Tough choice for Rambo

So, after just over half a season, former Rusea's star striker Brian 'Rambo' Brown has parted company with Montego Bay United...

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Windies Women confident

West Indies Women coach Sherwin Campbell says beating Australia has lifted the players' confidence ahead of their first...

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Lights for 'Bina'

Flood lights will be installed at Jamaica's famed cricket venue, Sabina Park, in time to allow night matches...

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Master c 'A' win championship trophy in skittles finals

The Spanish Town-based Mister C 'A' defied the odds to clip the 2012 Wray & Nephew champions Rowe's Strikers 5-4 ...

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Unity Strikers are champions

Unity Strikers netball team from Cumberland walked away with the Colin Fagan-sponsored South East St Catherine Constituency

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Greater Portmore United cop first title for the season

A 67th-minute beauty from forward Shane Whyte enabled Greater Portmore United to clinch the first title on offer...

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