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Powell returns to face Kilty at Paris meet

Powell returns to face Kilty at Paris meet

Jamaica Athletics

Former 100m world record holder Asafa Powell is expected to return to the track later this month after reportedly being booked for an appearance at the Meeting de Paris. The January 27th indoor meet is listed and Indoor Permit Meeting.  The 36-year-old Powell, a World Championship silver medallist, could be back on track for the first since 2018 when a groin...

Reggae Girlz scoop CONCACAF Outstanding Performance Award, Menzies top women's coach

Reggae Girlz scoop CONCACAF Outstanding Performance Award, Menzies top women's coach

Jamaica Football

Jamaica Reggae Girlz team and coach Hue Menzies have been rewarded for an outstanding 2018 by scooping the CONCACAF Outstanding Performance and Women’s Football Coach of the Year awards. The Jamaicans made history when they became the first Caribbean team to qualify for the FIFA Women’s World Cup after a penalty shootout win over Panama in the CONCACAF Qualifiers last year.  Menzie...

Bravo set to rejoin Windies Test squad after two-year absence

Bravo set to rejoin Windies Test squad after two-year absence

Windies

Out-of-favour batsman Darren Bravo is set to rejoin the Windies Test team for the first time in two years having been selected for the upcoming series against England. The 29-year-old Bravo has often been considered one of the region’s most promising prospects in the game’s longest format, an area that has seen the team struggle mightily in recent years.  Bravo, however...

ICC appoints Sawhney as new CEO

ICC appoints Sawhney as new CEO

Cricket

Manu Sawhney has been appointed as the new chief executive officer of the International Cricket Council (ICC). Sawhney - a former CEO of Singapore Sports Hub and managing director of ESPN Star Sports - will join world cricket's governing body next month and succeed David Richardson in July. Richardson, who has held his position since 2012, confirmed last July that he would step down...

Jamaica's sports minister calls for corporate support to keep Tallawahs in Jamaica

Jamaica's sports minister calls for corporate support to keep Tallawahs in Jamaica

CPL

Jamaica’s sports minister Olivia Grange said her government is willing to back the Jamaica Tallawahs but simply cannot afford what is required for the franchise to remain in Jamaica for the start of the upcoming CPL season in August.

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Sports Desk Jan 16, 2019 Football

Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu is convinced head coach Ernesto Valverde will still be in charge at Camp Nou next season. Valverde's future with the LaLiga champions was thrown int...

Proteas rest Steyn and De Kock for opening ODIs

Proteas rest Steyn and De Kock for opening ODIs

Sports Desk Jan 16, 2019 Cricket

Dale Steyn will not feature in South Africa's opening two one-day internationals against Pakistan to enable him to rest his troublesome shoulder. Steyn returned to international cricket 12 ...

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