Just days after winning the Mr Olympia Amateur bodybuilding title in Las Vegas and with it, his pro card, Dwayne Walker says migrating from Jamaica seems to be his only option as he pursues a professional career.

Kingston College coach Ludlow Bernard has admitted to a bit of concern regarding the team’s slow start, despite eventually finishing strong to hammer Calabar 4-0 in group B of the ISSA/Digicel Manning Cup at Red Hills Road on Tuesday.

Manchester High School ran out 7-2 winners over deCarteret College to sit atop Zone F following play on Tuesday in the daCosta Cup competition.

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.

Champions Jamaica College and last year’s finalists STATHs each recorded big wins in Tuesday’s round of matches in the Manning Cup competition.

Citing his lack of fitness, Windies selectors have withdrawn fast bowler Alzarri Joseph from the Windies squad for the upcoming Test tour of India, replacing him with Shermon Lewis.

Chris Gayle and Rovman Powell have been named to a Jamaica Scorpion 14-match squad to contest the Regional Super 50 tournament set to begin next month.

Wolmer’s Boys head coach, Alex Thomas, was quick to commend the resilience of his charges following a hard-fought 2-1 win over Holy Trinity, in a top-of-the-table Group G ISSA/Digicel Manning Cup match at Heroes Circle on Tuesday.

St Mary Technical edged Brimmervale 3-2 to move to the top of Zone J in DaCosta Cup action on Monday.

In a battle among the teams who could be vying for group G honours when the first round of the ISSA/Digicel Manning Cup comes to its conclusion, Wolmer’s Boys’ School edged Holy Trinity in an early top-of-the-table clash. 

Two-time champ Waterhouse will be looking to prevent a dream start for both newcomers, as the league’s other debutants Mount Pleasant Football Academy stunned defending champions Portmore United on Sunday. 

Caribbean champions Jamaica have been drawn in Group C along with Trinidad and Tobago for the International Netball Federation World Cup in Liverpool, England next year. 

There were a number of records to tumble on Sunday night when the Trinbago Knight Riders overhauled 145 to get rid of the Guyana Amazon Warriors in the Hero Caribbean Premier League final, but the most important one to their coach, Simon Katich, was becoming back-to-back title holders. 

President of the Jamaica Gymnastics Association Nicole Grant was full of praise for the team that recently participated in the Pan American Championships in Peru where Jamaica’s men and women each earned two spots in the 2019 Pan American Games.

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