March 7, 2013
Star Sport

Dujon not surprised at Lloyd rejection
“Former West Indies wicketkeeper Jeffery Dujon says he was not entirely surprised when news broke that former West Indies captain Clive Lloyd did not get a second nomination for the post of president of the West Indies .... read more
Jamaica to face Panama

Jamaica's Under-17 Reggae Boyz will face host Panama and Barbados in Group A of their first round FIFA CONCACAF World Cup qualifiers, which will be held from April 6-18 in Panama City....

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Mattocks pleased with season debut

Jamaican international Darren Mattocks may not have scored in Vancouver Whitecaps' 1-0 win against Toronto in the Major League Soccer (MLS) season- opener, but was more than satisfied with his overall performance....

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Kerr secures top flight move

National goalkeeper, Duwayne Kerr is hoping to catch a break similar to that of Manchester United's shot stopper Anders Lindegaard, after securing a move to Norwegian top division club Sarpsborg 08.

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Real shut Fergie's mouth for me - Brazil star says United coach was disrespectful for weight comment

SAO PAULO (AP): Former Brazil striker Ronaldo says Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson was disrespectful when he made a comment about his weight, saying he was glad United lost to Real Madrid in the Champions League.

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Jamalco, Cable Pro set to continue fierce rivalry

Familiar foes Jamalco and Cable Pro (formerly Windalco) met in the finals of the one-day rally, which signaled the opening of the 2013 season of the Clarendon Netball Association at the Mineral Heights Sports Complex in May Pen.....

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No joy for Gayle as Jamaica struggle against Windwards

ST GEORGE'S, Grenada (CMC): West Indies opener Chris Gayle failed on his return to action as Jamaica struggled on the opening day of their fourth-round match in the Regional Four-Day Championship against Windward Islands yesterday. ...

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