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Gayle not 'available' for Afghanistan series but chief selector Harper insists focus to be on youngsters

Gayle not 'available' for Afghanistan series but chief selector Harper insists focus to be on youngsters

Windies

Newly appointed Windies chairman of selectors Roger Harper confirmed veteran batsman Chris Gayle was unavailable for the upcoming series against Afghanistan but suggested the panel would focus on younger talent going forward. Speculation has continued to surround the future of the star batsman after he announced plans to retire, following the ICC World Cup earlier this year.  The 40-year-old, however, appeared...

Reggae Warriors 'pumped' for Sunday's historic clash against England Knights

Reggae Warriors 'pumped' for Sunday's historic clash against England Knights

Rugby

Two players from Jamaica’s Rugby League champions have been named in a strong 20-man national squad set to take on England Knights at Emerald Headingly Stadium on Sunday.

Ruthless Jamaica hit six past Aruba in Curacao

Ruthless Jamaica hit six past Aruba in Curacao

CONCACAF Nations League

Maalique Foster scored a brace while Chavany Willis, Shemar Nicholson and Lamar Walker all scored as Jamaica hammered Aruba 6-0 in the return leg of their Group C match at the Ergillo Hato Stadium in Curacao on Tuesday.

No room for Gayle, Brathwaite in new Windies squads

No room for Gayle, Brathwaite in new Windies squads

Windies

There was no room for veteran Windies opener Chris Gayle as the new Cricket West Indies selection panel named squads for all three formats for the team’s series against Afghanistan. The 40-year-old batsman was expected to retire from the sport following this year’s World Cup but had a change of heart.  The player had also targeted the India home tour as...

Fraser-Pryce makes shortlist for Female Athlete of the Year award

Fraser-Pryce makes shortlist for Female Athlete of the Year award

Jamaica Athletics

Jamaica sprint queen Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce has predictably been named to a shortlist for the 2019 IAAF Female World Athlete of the Year award. The 32-year-old Fraser-Pryce set the track alight at the Doha World Championships, this year, after clocking 10.71 to claim a fourth 100m world title.  The diminutive athlete is back to the peak of her powers after taking time...

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