Jamaica

Alex Morgan could make Tottenham debut against Arsenal

Alex Morgan could make Tottenham debut against Arsenal

25/09/2020, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30058816
LONDON (AP): Alex Morgan could make her Tottenham debut in an Women's FA Cup quarter-final against Arsenal tomorrow. The 31-year-old United States forward, who gave birth to daughter Charlie Elena Carrasco in May, has not played since 2019....

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20200925/alex-morgan-could-make-tottenham-debut-against-arsenal
Reggae Girlz captain to remain with Orlando Pride in NWSL

Reggae Girlz captain to remain with Orlando Pride in NWSL

25/09/2020, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30058811
With the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) in the middle of its fall series, national women's captain Konya Plummer will remain with the Orlando Pride for the rest of the year, according to Reggae Girlz head coach Hubert Busby Jr. Plummer...

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20200925/reggae-girlz-captain-remain-orlando-pride-nwsl
European football nations get new 2021 programme during pandemic

European football nations get new 2021 programme during pandemic

25/09/2020, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30058813
BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP): UEFA detailed a programme of national team games in 2021 yesterday to catch up on the schedule disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. Europe's 55 national teams will play three games instead of two in March and...

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20200925/european-football-nations-get-new-2021-programme-during-pandemic
Subratie confident of Wow Wow victory

Subratie confident of Wow Wow victory

25/09/2020, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30058812
Veteran trainer Gary Subratie says he is very confident that his talented three-year-old colt WOW WOW will brush aside the challenge of MAHOGANY in tomorrow's Jamaica St Leger at Caymanas Park. The Leger, which is the second leg of the Triple...

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20200925/subratie-confident-wow-wow-victory
Suárez says it was tough to accept Barça departure

Suárez says it was tough to accept Barça departure

25/09/2020, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30058815
MADRID (AP): Luis Suarez was emotional when he was introduced by Barcelona six years ago, and again yesterday when he had to say goodbye after being told he wasn't wanted by the club anymore. The Uruguayan striker, who has joined Atletico...

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20200925/su%C3%A1rez-says-it-was-tough-accept-bar%C3%A7a-departure
Mahogany to get better of Wow Wow

Mahogany to get better of Wow Wow

24/09/2020, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30058817
THEIR Guineas showdown turned out to be a 'what-if' when Dane Dawkins got stage fright aboard MAHOGANY, tore away on the lead and WOW WOW chased him down, pulling a length and a half clear a furlong out, to win by three in a fast 1:37.3. Though...

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20200924/mahogany-get-better-wow-wow
RSPL set to resume in November

RSPL set to resume in November

23/09/2020, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30058818
The upcoming Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) season is set tentatively for November 14 with a condensed schedule and further changes for future campaigns. At a press conference yesterday held at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel, Jamaica Football...

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20200923/rspl-set-resume-november
Windies hoping for inspired performance against England

Windies hoping for inspired performance against England

23/09/2020, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30058819
The West Indies women's team will get their second taste of international cricket action in England today when they take on their English counterparts in the second T20 International in Derby, starting at noon. The Stafanie Taylor-led Windies...

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20200923/windies-hoping-inspired-performance-against-england
EPL warns of devastating effect of delay reopening stadiums

EPL warns of devastating effect of delay reopening stadiums

23/09/2020, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30058821
LONDON (AP): Even the world's richest football league is worried that it can't function as normal much longer without fans in the stands. After the British government imposed new pandemic restrictions yesterday, the English Premier League...

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20200923/epl-warns-devastating-effect-delay-reopening-stadiums
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