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.

West Indies Women’s captain, Stafanie Taylor, believes a tough series against South Africa Women was a wake-up call for the team as it continues preparations to defend the Women’s World T20 title in a few weeks time.

West Indies Women opening batsman Hayley Matthews admits it was a special feeling to score her maiden century at the historic Kensington Oval in a 115 run win over South African Women on Saturday.

Anthony Joshua will defend his WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO unified heavyweight titles against Alexander Povetkin at Wembley Stadium.

Jamaica College head coach Andrew Peart does not believe the team played with the requisite intensity, despite registering a 4-0 win over Campion College in group G of the ISSA/Digicel Manning Cup on Friday.

Calabar head coach David Laylor has admitted the team is not yet the finished article following a 4-0 drubbing at the hands of Kingston College in the ISSA/Digicel Manning Cup.

West Indies Women spinner Anisa Mohammed hopes to build on the positives of the last game despite going down by 40 runs in the first One Day International (ODI) against South Africa.

Colin Munro’s unbeaten 68 and Khary Pierre’s three-for led the Trinbago Knight Riders to an eight-wicket win over the Guyana Amazon Warriors for a second consecutive and third overall Caribbean Premier League (CPL) title at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy on Sunday.

Former Manchester United star Wayne Rooney has hailed the impact of Jamaica striker Darren Mattocks who came off the bench to score a crucial goal for DC United on Wednesday.

Regional cartoonist Guy O’Neal has described the controversial caricature of tennis star Serena Williams as having gone ‘way over the top’ and ‘offensive’.

Newly appointed Guyana Amazon Warriors captain Chris Green hailed the blossoming partnership of batsmen Shimron Hetmyer and Shefane Rutherford, which again delivered for the team in a two wicket win against Trinbago Knight Riders on Tuesday.

Trinbago Knight Riders captain Dwayne Bravo insists the team will take nothing for granted heading into Tuesday night’s first Caribbean Premier League (CPL) qualifier against the Guyana Amazon Warriors at Queen’s Park Oval.

Former Trinidad track and field star turned pundit Ato Boldon believes the sport of athletics has done just fine in its first year since the retirement of megastar Usain Bolt.

Unrestrained hitting from Shimron Hetmyer and Sherfane Rutherford led the Guyana Amazon Warriors to 6 wicket win over the Trinbago Knight Riders, which knocked the Jamaica Tallawahs to second spot in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) on Sunday.

Defending champions Rusea's have lost a number of experienced players but are still hoping to defend the daCosta Cup crown.

Trinidad and Tobago head coach Dennis Lawrence has expressed satisfaction with the team’s response in a 2-0 win over United Arab Emirates in a friendly international on Thursday, following a difficult start to the tour.

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