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Windies quick Taylor re-joins Somerset for T20 Blast

Windies quick Taylor re-joins Somerset for T20 Blast

Windies

Windies quick Jerome Taylor has been re-signed by English country cricket club Somerset ahead of the new T20 Vitality Blast. The 34-year-old previously spent time with Leicestershire and Sussex, joined Somerset midway last season where he took 22 wickets at an average of 16.64. The Jamaica, who took a season-best of 5 for 15 against Hampshire in Taunton, was crucial in the...

Root warns England to focus on Windies not Ashes

Root warns England to focus on Windies not Ashes

Windies

England captain Joe Root has warned players not to focus on this summer’s Ashes series during the upcoming tour against the Windies. With England entering the series as heavy favourites against the hosts, ranked four places below them in the latest ICC rankings.  In addition, the teams are at opposite ends of the form spectrum with the Windies coming off a...

Football dream done for Bolt - Former sprint king will focus on business

Football dream done for Bolt - Former sprint king will focus on business

Jamaica Football

Retired track and field star Usain Bolt believes things could have been handled differently when it came to his dream of pursuing a professional football career but nonetheless admits that dream has ended. The 32-year-old former sprint has always expressed an interest in playing professional football and chased after that goal after departing athletics in 2017. The Jamaican had stints at...

Arum: Joshua desperately needs to fight in the United States

Arum: Joshua desperately needs to fight in the United States

Boxing

British heavyweight Anthony Joshua needs to fight in the United States to raise his profile in boxing's biggest market, according to Bob Arum.

Greater discipline yielded first Scorpion win - Walton

Greater discipline yielded first Scorpion win - Walton

West Indies Championship

Jamaica Scorpions opener Chadwick Walton believes a more disciplined approach enabled them to get their first win the West Indies Championships season following Sunday’s four-wicket victory over the Windwards Volcanoes.

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Henry more worried about Monaco's future than his own

Henry more worried about Monaco's future than his own

Sports Desk Jan 22, 2019 Football

Monaco coach Thierry Henry insisted he was more concerned about the club's future than his own. Struggling in the relegation zone in Ligue 1, Monaco also bowed out of the Coupe de France wi...

Dunk sees Stars past Strikers

Dunk sees Stars past Strikers

Sports Desk Jan 23, 2019 Cricket

Ben Dunk led the Melbourne Stars to a 44-run win over the Adelaide Strikers to boost their Big Bash League finals chances on Wednesday.  Dunk made an unbeaten 72 off just 53 balls, combinin...

Nadal unfazed by another Next Gen opponent in Tsitsipas

Nadal unfazed by another Next Gen opponent in Tsitsipas

Sports Desk Jan 22, 2019 Australian Open

Rafael Nadal sees no reason to treat his Australian Open semi-final against another Next Gen star in Stefanos Tsitsipas differently to any other match. The Spaniard eased into the last four...

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