February 25, 2013
Star Sport

Ambrose concerned for Caribbean Premier League
“Former West Indies fast bowler Curtly Ambrose is expressing concern at the quick pace at which the inaugural Caribbean Premier League (CPL) is being implemented. .... read more
McCook given IAAF highest honour

At yesterday's service of thanksgiving held at the St Augustine's Kingston Chapel, former North America and Central America and the Caribbean (NACAC) Area leader, Neville Maurice 'Teddy' McCook, was posthumously awarded...

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Tivoli hold Harbour View

Red Stripe Premier League leaders Harbour View failed to take full advantage of second-place Portmore being out of action, until tonight, as they were held 0-0 by struggling Tivoli Gardens at the Edward Seaga Stadium yesterday...

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Porter takes second title

It has only been a few months since 18-year-old Chanice Porter became a student at the University of Georgia yet she is already a champion. Porter on Saturday won the South Eastern Conference...

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Sarwan leads Windies home

ST GEORGE'S, Grenada (CMC): Stroke-maker Ramnaresh Sarwan put to rest lingering fears about his future by crafting his first international century in nearly three years, as West Indies coasted to an easy seven-wicket victory...

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Campbelle's ton not enough for Windies Women

DAMBULLA, Sri Lanka (CMC): Shemaine Campbelle's maiden one-day inter-national century proved in vain as Sri Lanka Women beat West Indies Women by four wickets to level their three-match series at 1-1 yesterday.

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