September 1, 2015
Star Sport


Coaches' master stroke pays Beijing dividends
“ Master strokes by Jamaica's coaching staff, led by technical director Maurice Wilson, helped Jamaica win gold medals in the women's 4x100 metres and 4x400m at the 15th International Association of Athletics Federations.... read more
Seaga resigns PFAJ

After six years at the helm of the Professional Football Association of Jamaica (PFAJ), Edward Seaga has resigned as chairman of the organisation, effective today.

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Jamaica win Caribbean volleyball tournament

Jamaica are the 2015 Caribbean Zonal Volleyball Under-19 champions after they defeated Barbados 25-22, 25-23, 25-16 to win the four-team tournament at the G.C. Foster College on Sunday.

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Speid relishes success of youth volleyballers

President of the Jamaica Volleyball Association (JaVA), Rudolph Speid, said the success of the island's players at the CAZOVA Under-19 Champion-ships on the weekend...

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KC seek Manning Cup glory

Twenty-nine years without a trophy at the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) Manning Cup schoolboy football level, and newly appointed Kingston College (KC) coach, Ludlow Bernard...

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Televised weekend games for new RSPL seasons

Following the success of Monday night football over the past two seasons, Premier League Clubs Association (PLCA) chairman, Edward Seaga, announced that televised Saturday and Sunday games will be added...

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JustBet operators benefit from World Champs sales

With Jamaica having finished in second position accumulating 12 medals, 7 gold - 2 silver - 3 bronze, JustBet bettors are not the only ones to win in sports betting.

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National cycling championships September 12-13

The 2015 Jamaica Cycling Federation (JCF) track championships has been set for Saturday, September 12 and Sunday, September 13 at the National Stadium cycle track.

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Aiken admits Sunshine Girls need help

Ace national netballer, and Sunshine Girls skipper Nicole Aiken-Pinnock has revealed that Jamaica's failure to medal at the Netball World Cup in Sydney, Australia, last month was very disappointing and has called for...

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Cornwall College ready for title charge

Thirteen years. That is how long it has been since daCosta Cup's most successful school, Cornwall College, has lifted a title, but all that could change if things align this year.

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Mitchell pleased with progress

Despite her team, Legendary, losing their status as defending champions when they were knocked out of the semi-finals, Sasha Mitchell...

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