Burrell blasts Reggae Boyz after CFU exit

—says country the laughing stock of Caribbean

ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – Jamaica’s football chief Captain Horace Burrell says the Reggae Boyz’s elimination from the CFU Caribbean Cup has made the country the “laughing stock of the Caribbean”.

Teams battle today in LABA Xmas b/ball tourney

The rollicking action in the Malta Supreme Christmas Magnificent Seven basketball championship will change gears this weekend and overflow into the new week as teams battle today, tomorrow and Monday in what should help indicate the teams to advance to the final four from the lot of seven.

O’Brien quits GOA; Juman-Yassin re-elected president

One of the longest serving sports administrators on Thursday decided to call it a day. General Secretary of the Guyana Olympic Association (GOA), Ivor O’Brien did not seek re-election when that body held its election of office bearers on Thursday at Olympic House, Kingston.

Amelia’s Ward United, the ‘Pride of Linden’

23rd Kashif & Shanghai Tournament……

For the very first time in the existence of the Kashif and Shanghai Tournament, no matches will be played in Linden – the place where it all began – but one team; the Amelia’s Ward United, is hoping to carry the mining community on their shoulders, to put a smile on the faces of the disheartened people of the area.

Hughes shines as Australia reach 299-4

HOBART,  (Reuters) – Phil Hughes made a solid 86 on his return to test cricket before Michael Clarke and Mike Hussey took up the running and steered Australia to 299 for four at close of play on the first day of the first test against Sri Lanka yesterday.

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