October 15, 2015
Star Sport

Clarendon College win thriller
“ Seventeen combined chances fell for champions Clarendon College and Manchester High in the feature daCosta Cup inter-zone match at the Middlesex International College ground in May Pen.... read more
Edwards eyes Windies recall

Hard-hitting Barbados batsman, Kirk Edwards, sees representing Jamaica Scorpions as the ideal opportunity to resurrect his West Indies career.

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Walker Cup kicks off tomorrow

The quarter-finals of the ISSA-FLOW Walker Cup will be played tomorrow and Saturday at the Constant Spring field.

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Azan banking on Zugulu

RICHARD AZAN has won almost every major race at Caymanas Park, including two legs of the Supreme Ventures Limited Two-Year-Old Series with RAMPAGE in 2005.

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J'can fans in line for Rio

It looks like there will again be a heavy Jamaican presence at a major international sporting event with indications that Jamaicans have been gobbling tickets to next summer's Olympic Games in Rio...

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Baptiste: Dropped catches hurt us

Interim West Indies head coach, Eldine Baptiste, praised his bowlers for their commitment on a slow track, but said dropped catches had put a blemish on the performance, on the opening day of the first Test yesterday.

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