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Guyana Jaguars comfortably placed at close of rain affected first day

Assad Fudadin looked solid for his 34 yesterday. (Orlando Charles photo)

Narsingh Deonarine stroked his 43rd first-class half-century to leave table leaders Guyana Jaguars comfortably placed on 168-3 against the Windwards Volcanoes after bad light stopped play in the first day of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Professional Cricket League (PCL) second round Regional four-day match played at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence yesterday.

TTFF needs new faces, says England-based pro

Kenwyne Jones

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Cardiff City striker Kenwyne Jones wants to see an overhaul of the Trinidad and Tobago’s football federation, and says this is necessary if the sport in the country is to go to the next level.

Good fight for me, better fight for boxing

— says Simon of new opponent Revlon Lake

Kishawn Simon hitting the heavy bag while training.

Kishawn ‘Pretty K’ Simon is unfazed about the change of his opponent for the December 13 card dubbed Rose Hall Showdown, in fact he has taken the switch right on the chin and is still confidently coming forward.

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