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Williams 50 in vain as WI Women suffer series defeat

Williams 50 in vain as WI Women suffer series defeat

08/12/2022, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30968918
NORTH SOUND, Antigua (CMC): Rashada Williams' second one-day international (ODI) half-century provided little solace for West Indies as they endured another heavy drubbing with a 142-run loss to England Women. Asked to chase 261 under lights in...

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20221208/williams-50-vain-wi-women-suffer-series-defeat
Bailey enjoying life under new boss Emery

Bailey enjoying life under new boss Emery

08/12/2022, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30968919
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (CMC): Reggae Boy Leon Bailey, currently in Dubai for a training camp, says he is feeling "great" under the direction of new boss Unai Emery at English Premier League (EPL) club Aston Villa where the "spirit is amazing...

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20221208/bailey-enjoying-life-under-new-boss-emery
Hopes high for netball titles

Hopes high for netball titles

08/12/2022, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30968920
The coaches heading into the schoolgirls' ISSA Senior netball finals are oozing confidence that they will depart the National Indoor Sports Centre with the respective trophies after today's matches. The Rural Senior final pits Glenmuir against...

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20221208/hopes-high-netball-titles
Vinícius Júnior thanks Ancelotti for success

Vinícius Júnior thanks Ancelotti for success

08/12/2022, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30968921
DOHA, Qatar (AP): Brazil forward Vinicius Junior praised Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti for his success at the World Cup. Vinicius Junior arrived in Qatar without knowing if he was going to get a chance to start for Brazil but heading into...

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20221208/vin%C3%ADcius-j%C3%BAnior-thanks-ancelotti-success
England defender Walker aims to contain Mbappé

England defender Walker aims to contain Mbappé

08/12/2022, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30968922
DOHA, Qatar (AP): With five goals at the World Cup so far, Kylian Mbappe is living up to his reputation as the man best placed to succeed Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo as football's biggest star. Spare a thought then for Kyle Walker, who is...

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20221208/england-defender-walker-aims-contain-mbapp%C3%A9
REGGAE GIRL ON TARGET

REGGAE GIRL ON TARGET

07/12/2022, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30967853
Reggae Girl on target in England

Reggae Girl on target in England

07/12/2022, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30967854
LONDON, England (CMC): Reggae Girl Shania Hayles struck in the first half to earn title-seeking Bristol City a 1-1 draw at Durham in the second-tier English FA Women's Championship, but her more illustrious Jamaica teammates Khadija Shaw and Drew...

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20221207/reggae-girl-target-england
Ramos scores hat-trick in big Portugal win

Ramos scores hat-trick in big Portugal win

07/12/2022, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30967855
LUSAIL, Qatar (AP): A chant of "RONALDO! RONALDO!" swept around the biggest stadium at the World Cup, followed by loud jeers when the fans realised their idol wasn't coming on to the field. Cristiano Ronaldo was, in fact, sitting in the Portugal...

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20221207/ramos-scores-hat-trick-big-portugal-win
Morocco beat Spain on penalties, advance to last eight

Morocco beat Spain on penalties, advance to last eight

07/12/2022, Jamaica, Multi Sports, Jamaica Publications, Article # 30967856
AL RAYYAN, Qatar (AP): The first World Cup held in an Arab nation has produced the Arab world's first quarterfinalists. Morocco became only the fourth African country to reach the quarterfinals at the biggest football tournament in the world by...

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20221207/morocco-beat-spain-penalties-advance-last-eight
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