Jamaica

Ravel Morrison leaves Derby County

Ravel Morrison leaves Derby County

05/07/2022, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30765974
LONDON, England (CMC): Reggae Boy Ravel Morrison is looking for a new club after leaving English club Derby County as a free agent at the end of his one-year contract. The 29-year-old attacking midfielder joined Derby last August and went on to...

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Wilson confident in spite of squad injuries

Wilson confident in spite of squad injuries

05/07/2022, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30765971
Team Jamaica's technical leader at the World Athletics Championships, Maurice Wilson, says that he is not ruling out another strong showing in the field events despite concerns about the health of some of the athletes. The final squad for the...

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20220705/wilson-confident-spite-squad-injuries
City buy Kalvin Phillips, stake in Palermo

City buy Kalvin Phillips, stake in Palermo

05/07/2022, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30765977
MANCHESTER, England (AP): English Premier League champions Manchester City bought an England midfielder and a controlling stake in an Italian club yesterday. City said they completed the expected signing of Kalvin Phillips, who left his home...

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20220705/city-buy-kalvin-phillips-stake-palermo
Arsenal have Jesus

Arsenal have Jesus

05/07/2022, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30765976
LONDON, England (AP): Arsenal announced the signing of Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus on a long-term contract yesterday. The Brazil international makes the move in a reported PS45-million deal. He scored 95 goals in 236 games over nearly...

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20220705/arsenal-have-jesus
Cricket West Indies lauds Sir Viv after CARICOM honour

Cricket West Indies lauds Sir Viv after CARICOM honour

05/07/2022, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30765973
ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC): Cricket West Indies (CWI) praised former West Indies captain Sir Vivian Richards yesterday for helping the region "establish new levels of greatness", after he was presented with the Order of the Caribbean Community (OCC...

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20220705/cricket-west-indies-lauds-sir-viv-after-caricom-honour
Leon Bailey sends message to doubters

Leon Bailey sends message to doubters

05/07/2022, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30765972
LONDON, England (CMC): Aston Villa's Jamaican international Leon Bailey has sent a defiant message to his doubters ahead of the new English Premier League (EPL) season, after being dogged by injury following his arrival from German club Bayer...

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20220705/leon-bailey-sends-message-doubters
‘Focus on the rivalry’  - Michael Johnson says Fraser-Pryce, Thompson Herah under-appreciated be

‘Focus on the rivalry’ - Michael Johnson says Fraser-Pryce, Thompson Herah under-appreciated be

05/07/2022, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30765970
Legacy Athletics track club head coach Omar Hawes says that World Athletics has to find a balance in highlighting both time-based focused performances and rivalries to increase interest in the sport. His comments follow former Olympic and World...

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20220705/%E2%80%98focus-rivalry%E2%80%99-michael-johnson-says-fraser-pryce-thompson-herah-under
Jamaica open Concacaf Women's Championship with 1-0 win against Mexico

Jamaica open Concacaf Women's Championship with 1-0 win against Mexico

05/07/2022, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30765723
Jamaica opened their final round of their FIFA Women's World Cup qualifying campaign with the best possible start, defeating Mexico 1-0 in their Group A opener at the Concacaf Women's Championship in Monterrey, Mexico on Monday night. An eighth-...

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20220704/jamaica-open-concacaf-womens-championship-1-0-win-against-mexico
Reggae Girlz lead Mexico 1-0 at halftime in Concacaf Women's Championship

Reggae Girlz lead Mexico 1-0 at halftime in Concacaf Women's Championship

05/07/2022, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30765659
Jamaica leads Mexico 1-0 at halftime of their Group A opener at the Concacaf Women's Championship at the Estadio Universitario in Monterrey, Mexico. Khadija Shaw gave the Reggae Girlz the lead in the eighth minute with a glancing header....

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20220704/reggae-girlz-lead-mexico-1-0-halftime-concacaf-womens-championship
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