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Police crime scene 555Basseterre, St. Kitts, 8th March 2015 (MiyVue.com) - An early morning shooting incident on Saturday, 7th March, in the West Bourne Ghaut area has left one man seriously injured.

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Items filtered by date: December 2014

Burrell-2President of the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) Captain Horace Burrell says a Christmas bonus from world governing body FIFA will go a "far way" in funding the country's programmes in 2015.

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Wednesday, 31 December 2014 21:39

Jaguars sweating over Fudadin’s fitness

Guyana-Jaguars--55Already faced with the unavailability of two senior players, the Guyana Jaguars are now sweating the availability of another senior player, Assad Fudadin, for the NAGICO Super50 limited-overs regional tournament in Trinidad and Tobago next month.

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Burrell-2President of the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) Captain Horace Burrell says a Christmas bonus from world governing body FIFA will go a "far way" in funding the country's programmes in 2015.

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Wednesday, 31 December 2014 20:34

Windies pleased, Proteas frustrated after draw

Wetoutfield-St-Georges-Park-3PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa – Adverse weather which plagued the second Test between South Africa and West Indies returned to force the abandonment of the final day at St George’s Park yesterday, as the contest finished in a tame draw.

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basketball-56An NBA game is for the most part a finely tuned entertainment spectacle in which arena operators and TV producers know the general form of what they'll be presenting to fans. Sometimes, though, a single thing goes terribly wrong and causes an unfortunate problem that throws off the whole operation. It could be a leak in the roof, a broken shot clock, or even a faulty air conditioner. Such bad fortune could strike at any time to puncture the NBA's shield of professionalism.

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Tuesday, 30 December 2014 21:33

Test drawn after fifth-day washout

cricket-washout-2A waterlogged outfield and persistent rain ruled out any chance of play on the fifth day of the Port Elizabeth Test, which ended in a draw with only 201 overs having been possible over five days.

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Tuesday, 30 December 2014 20:27

Torres going back to Spain

trinidad-tobago-flag-552Fernando Torres could make his Atletico Madrid return in a Copa de Rey match with crosstown rival Real Madrid two days after rejoining his boyhood club.

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Monday, 29 December 2014 17:25

T&T upbeat over Super50 campaign

Rayad-Emrit-2PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Captain Rayad Emrit is hoping that with an enhanced side for the Super50, Trinidad & Tobago can win the competition and lift the gloom surrounding their start to the four-day season.

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Monday, 29 December 2014 16:25

Platini keen on introducing white card

Michel-Platini-UAE-2DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AFP) - UEFA President Michel Platini yesterday reiterated his desire to introduce a 'white card' that would lead to a player being sin-binned.

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Devon-Smith-defends-2PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa (CMC) — Kraigg Brathwaite and Marlon Samuels stroked enterprising unbeaten half-centuries to rescue West Indies and lift them to a comfortable position on the third day of the second Test against South Africa here yesterday.

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