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Published: Friday | January 11, 2013
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Sportsman, Sportswoman of the Year award ceremony tonight - Bolt, Fraser-Pryce favourites for titles
Superstar athletes Usain Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce are expected to add to their post-season accolades, as the RJR Sports Foundation names the top Sportsman and Sportswoman of the year at tonight's 52nd staging of the glitzy award ceremony....

Upbeat Lambert
Captain Tamar Lambert is backing Jamaica to come good in their final three preliminary-round matches and book a spot in the next round of the on-going Caribbean Twenty20 tournament.Jamaica, who will play the Leeward...

SportsMax, Appletonteam up for BPL fun
Jamaica's oldest rum, the world famous Appleton 'Special' Jamaica Rum, has joined forces with cable giant SportsMax as a presenting sponsor to bring something special to viewers for the second half of the 2012-13 season of Barclays Premier League....

Do not oppose Jessie James
Having survived last Saturday's race meet, the Pick-9 offers a $1.3 million carryover at Caymanas Park tomorrow and a payout in excess of $2 million looks a real possibility.The popular exotic bet was derailed by BALLROOM...

Mountain View hold Harbour View in Jackie Bell KO
Mountain View came from behind to hold Harbour View to a 2-2 draw in the Kingston and St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA)/Jamaica Yellow Pages Jackie Bell knockout competition round of 16 first-leg match at Excelsior High...

Grace/ISSA rural cricket bowls off
The Grace/ISSA rural-area high-school cricket season opens today with with first-round limited overs games spread across eight zones and featuring 58 schools.ISSA's pre-selected official opening game will be hosted at Cornwall...

It will be hot at Old Trafford
LONDON (AP):Controversy stalks Luis Suarez more than any English Premier League player, and the Liverpool striker will again be under the spotlight in Sunday's high-profile match against fierce rival Manchester United.The Uruguay international has found...

T&T storm to top of table
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC):A ruthless Trinidad and Tobago stormed to the top of the Caribbean Twenty20 standings on Wednesday night after clobbering hapless Leeward Islands by 95 runs in a lopsided affair.The defending champions rattled up 187 ...

Western quarter-finals on this weekend
Western Bureau: The eight-team quarter-finals of the Hi-Lyte Insports Western Conference Basketball League will tip off tomorrow with a double-header at the Montego Bay Cricket Club court. Second seed Knibb Thunders take the court...

Hinds to serve full term
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC):Former West Indies batsman Wavell Hinds has been elected to serve a full term as president of the West Indies Players' Association (WIPA) following his tenure as interim president.Hinds, interim president for nine months...

Hall issues challenge to Sunshine Girls
Maureen Hall, high-performance director of the Jamaica Netball Association, has told the country's senior netballers that they must train a lot harder if they are to improve their fourth-place world ranking....


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