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Jamaican boxer eyeing history on home soil

KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC- Nicholas ‘The axeman’ Walters is seeking to become the first Jamaican to win a world title on home soil when he fights with Daulis Prescott of Colombia in a World Boxing Association featherweight bout tomorrow night.

Kerwin Clarke confident of flex supremacy

Bronze medallist at this year’s Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Bodybuilding Championships and reigning overall and welterweight champion of this year’s Hugh Ross Classic, Kerwin Clarke, intends to pose and flex his way to supremacy at tomorrow’s Flex Night International.

Warne ‘clarifies’ Ashes return comments

SYDNEY, (Reuters) – Shane Warne has done it again. One of the most successful slow bowlers of all time, Warne has consistently shown since his retirement from international cricket in 2007 that he is also the master of a different type of spin.

Best possible team chosen for CT20 – Griffith

-GCB holds press conference After months of legal wrangling with the government, the Guyana Cricket Board held a press conference yesterday at the GCB Office, Regent Road, Bourda where Senior Selector Reon Griffith said he was confident that the best team was selected to represent Guyana at the upcoming Caribbean Twenty20 tournament.

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