Paul-Andre Walker

Paul-Andre Walker

Paul-Andre is the Managing Editor at SportsMax.tv. He comes to the role with almost 20 years of experience as journalist. That experience includes all facets of media. He began as a sports Journalist in 2001, quickly moving into radio, where he was an editor before becoming a news editor and then an entertainment editor with one of the biggest media houses in the Caribbean.

Trinidad and Tobago’s (T&T) 4x100 Olympic team are a step closer to collecting the gold medals they won at the 2008 Olympic Games after Jamaica, who won the event at the time, were disqualified courtesy of an adverse analytic finding to Nesta Carter, their first-leg runner. 

Former Antigua and Barbuda cricketer and footballer, Ralston Otto, has struggled with Parkinson’s Disease for the last four years and at the end of January, there is a walk planned to raise funds to raise awareness. 

Barbados’ Darian King has moved to the third round of qualifying for the Australian Open after a second three-set victory against Russia’s Alexey Vatutin in  Melbourne Park. 

Barbados’ Darian King claimed what used to be a big scalp in tennis on his way to the second qualifying round of the Australian Open. 

No home team managed to find a win in this round of the West Indies Championship, with the Jamaica Scorpions at Sabina Park, failing to hold their advantage over the Windward Islands Volcanoes on the final day. 

Defending West Indies Championship side, the Guyana Jaguars made short work of their Kensington Oval final-day clash against the Barbados Pride, romping to a 6-wicket victory that, in truth, wasn’t even as close as that. 

Claire Mitchell, after a 12-0 win over challenger Mario Davis, has been given a clear mandate to take charge of the National Basketball Federation of Trinidad and Tobago (NBFTT). 

Six Trinidad and Tobago Red Force batsmen failed to trouble the scorers as the team were crushed by 245 runs in their West Indies Championship game against the Leeward Islands Hurricanes on Monday at the Bryan Lara Cricket Academy. 

The Jamaica Scorpions are 226 runs ahead of the Windward Islands Volcanoes with four second innings wickets still in tact at Sabina Park. 

A first innings total of 425 is proving a massive challenge for the batsmen from the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force as their West Indies Championship battle against Leeward Islands Hurricanes at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy heads into day three. 

Centuries from Anthony Bramble and Chandrapaul Hemraj led the way as defending West Indies Championship side, the Guyana Jaguars ended Day two with a massive lead over the Barbados Pride.

Scores in the match so far, sent into bat, the Jaguars scored 548 all out, with the Pride going in search of the runs at 33-1.

On day one, Hemraj scored a good-looking 144 from 172 deliveries to put the Jaguars in control of the first innings before 75 from Raymon Reifer, 130 not out from Bramble, and 54 from Sherfane Rutherford, left the Jaguars in a wonderful position with two days of cricket to go.

Veerasammy Permaul and Clinto Pestano, 32 each made sure the Pride bowlers would suffer a little longer, while Tagenarine Chanderpaul had a 150-ball 37 that complimented Hemraj’s innings at the top of the order brilliantly.

Ashley Nurse was the pick of the suffering Pride bowlers, bagging 4-122 from 38 overs, while there was a wicket apiece for Jason Holder, 1-47, Jomel Warrican, 1-124, Roston Chase, 1-57, and Jonathan Carter, 1-31.

The Jaguars batted for all but 14.1 overs of the last two days but have already made inroads into the innings of the Pride with Shayne Mosely out for 15. Kraig Brathwaite is not out on 11 with Roston Chase to come in the morning.

The Pride will, in the morning, try to overhaul the 515-run deficit they are in and try to make a game that, at the halfway stage, looks like either a draw or a win for the defending champions.

Former Jamaican Olympic weightlifter, Calvin Stamp, is dead. 

Cricket West Indies have clarified its position on new Windies head coach Richard Pybus, saying the appointment is an interim one, as the organization seeks to find a head honcho from within the region. 

Jamaica may very well not have a team to support when the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) begins this year. 

Former Windies off-spinner, Shane Shillingford is in hot water over an illegal action for the third time in his career. 

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