January 25, 2011
Star Sport

Samuels targets four-day tourney
“Following his outstanding performance in the just-concluded Caribbean Twenty20 tournament, sidelined West Indies middle-order batsman Marlon Samuels said he is looking forward to achieving a great deal more in next month's regional ... . read more
Knibb stars at Big Shot meet

St Jago High's Class Two athlete Kellion Knibb was the outstanding thrower at last weekend's Big Shot meet at St Hugh's High School in St Andrew...

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Windies Women lose again in India

AHMEDABAD, India (CMC): West Indies Women will return from their tour of India empty-handed after another terminal batting decline condemned them to a 15-run defeat in the third and final Twenty20...

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Lowe's strike stuns Cavalier

A last-gasp goal by former national player Onandi Lowe was enough to earn Rockfort a 1-0 win over previously unbeaten Cavalier as the Claro Kingston and St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA) Super League continued ...

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T&T overcome Ganga's absence to lift title

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC): Trinidad & Tobago overcame their inspirational captain Daren Ganga being sidelined with a hand injury to be crowned the new Caribbean Twenty20 champions, following a resounding...

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Hilaire banking on future value of Caribbean T20

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC): Ernest Hilaire hopes to grow the Caribbean Twenty20 Champion-ship brand value to such a high level that the West Indies Cricket Board will have little trouble being able...

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Jeers turn to cheers for 'Melo'

DENVER (AP): Carmelo Anthony gave the home crowd nothing to boo about Sunday night, scoring 36 points in the Denver Nuggets' 121-107 victory over the Indiana Pacers, who lost their fifth straight...

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