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Published: Wednesday | January 2, 2013
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'T&T the main threat' - But Lambert feels Carib T20 title up for grabs
Jamaica's cricket captain, Tamar Lambert, says the Caribbean Twenty20 tournament title race is wide open. Lambert made the remarks yesterday, a day after Jamaica broke camp for...

Classy Prospect wins holiday feature
A new season of racing commenced with 'Fan Appreciation Day' at Caymanas Park yesterday when the promoters, Caymanas Track Limited (CTL), said thank you to the fans for their support during the past year.The day's principal...

Walker signs with England's Lightning
Jamaica's goal attack, Vanessa Walker, has signed with the Loughborough Lightning in England for the 2013 Superleague season, which is scheduled to begin on February 12.The 22-year-old Walker last represented Mico University College in the Jamaica...

Major changes to Champs schedule
An additional 13 events will be contested on the opening day of this year's staging of the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) Grace-Kennedy Boys and Girls' Athletics Championships which will be held from...

United, City begin 2013 with big wins
LONDON (AP):Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini fears losing out to archrivals Manchester United for the signature of Robin van Persie could prove the difference in this season's English Premier League title race.The prolific Netherlands striker did...

Thunder coach backs Gayle
SYDNEY, Australia (CMC): Sydney Thunder head coach Shane Duff has thrown his support behind embattled West Indies star Chris Gayle, following the opener's latest failure.Gayle managed just nine runs on Sunday as the Thunder crashed to a four-wicket loss...

Samuels not bothered by Lehmann incident
MELBOURNE, Australia (CMC):West Indies all-rounder Marlon Samuels remains unperturbed by the criticism of his bowling action, Melbourne Renegades coach Simon Helmot has said.Samuels' action was last week questioned by Brisbane Heat coach Darren Lehmann...

Mad rush for quarter-final spots
WESTERN BUREAU: The race for seven of the eight quarter-final spots in the Hi-Lyte Western Conference Basketball Championships has intensified, as all but Cornwall Court Chargers and Muschett Cardinals are in with a chance...

UWI repeat at PanAm Champs
The University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, equalled their previous score of 2.5 points at the recently-concluded Pan American Intercollegiate Chess Championships, which took place at Princeton University and featured over 25 colleges...

'Watershed year' for Windies - Hunte
ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC): President of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), Dr Julian Hunte, has described 2012 as "a watershed year in West Indies cricket"....

Christopher Martin-Jenkins bowled over by cancer
LONDON (AP):Christopher Martin-Jenkins, an English cricket broadcaster and writer who was a former president of the MCC, has died...

Williams extends relentless form
BRISBANE, Australia (AP):Serena Williams has carried her relentless winning form into 2013, reaching the Brisbane International quarter-finals with a 6-2, 6-2 victory over Alize Cornet on New Year's Day.After the unexpected exits of No.


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