Kwesi Mugisa

Kwesi Mugisa

Kwesi has been a sports journalist with more than 10-years’ experience in the field. First as a Sports Reporter with The Gleaner in the early 2000s before he made the almost natural transition to becoming an editor. Since then he has led the revamp of The Star’s sports offering, making it a more engaging and forward-thinking component of the most popular tabloid newspaper in the Caribbean.

Windies captain Stafanie Taylor insists making history will be a key motivational factor for the women’s team who will get the defence of the ICC Women's World Twenty20 title under way on Friday.

Jamaica midfielder Kevin Rochester insists the team has not given up hope on qualifying for the next phase of the CONCACAF Under-20 Championships despite the team finding itself in a perilous situation.

After Raheem Sterling's controversial goal Pep believes VAR is the solution.  The panel agrees.

Former Windies captain Darren Sammy is looking forward to the start of the Women’s T20 World Cup, which will see the team have hopes of defending the title on home soil.

Bangladesh opening batsman Tamim Iqbal is hoping to return to the team in time for the match-up against the West Indies later this month.

Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz will predictably go for goals in their final two group matches of the CONCACAF Under-20 Championship with the hope of catching up on group leaders Mexico.

Red Star Belgrade registered a shock 2-0 win over Liverpool to blow Group C wide open.

Windies T20 skipper Carlos Brathwaite admits the team has been undergoing a period of experimentation to determine its best batting line-up, following another crushing defeat to India.

Windies skipper Carlos Brathwaite is hoping to take the positives from a disappointing 71 run loss to India in the second T20 international on Tuesday.

Kingston College (KC) assistant coach Raymond Watson praised a victorious St Andrew Technical (STETHS) on the back of dramatic penalty shootout loss in the ISSA Champions Cup on Friday but bemoaned his team’s failure to take their chances in regular time.

Last year’s beaten finalist St Elizabeth Technical (STETHS) turned the tables on defending champions Kingston College (KC) to claim a thrilling penalty shootout win in the ISSA Champions Cup first round, on Friday, at Sabina Park.

Trinidad and Tobago coach Russell Latapy has expressed disappointment with the team’s performance despite a 3-2 win over St Vincent and the Grenadines to begin the CONCACAF U-20 World Cup qualifiers.

Trinidad and Tobago track and field legend turned noted pundit Ato Boldon has rejected suggestions Jamaican sprint king Usain Bolt could ruin his legacy with a foray into the sport of football.

Fitness will be a major concern for the Windies going forward, claims head coach Stuart Law as he believes the team tired badly in the final two matches of the One Day International (ODI) series against India.

Windies head coach Stuart Law has expressed regret that the team’s batting line-up was not able to better occupy the crease against India, following a number of poor showings in the recently concluded series.

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