Paul-Andre Walker

Paul-Andre Walker

Paul-Andre is the Managing Editor at 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.

Windies batsman Shai Hope and his captain Jason Holder, despite being forced to qualify for the 2019 World Cup and facing the team that kept them out of automatic qualification first up, believe the region has the team to win.

Albion Mountain will be looking to ram home their advantage when they tackle Portland’s St. Georges Sports Club in the return-leg semi-final of the Magnum Eastern Confederation Super League football competition.

Jamaica’s junior tae kwon do squad, dubbed the "Futures" by coach and manager, Jason McKay, stormed two tournaments in as many days in New Jersey, the United States, at the weekend. 

Jamaican 400-metre hurdler Ristananna Tracey has finally opened up about the challenges she faced ahead of the World Championships in London, England last year where she copped a bronze medal for the island.

Sunil Ambris, who famously made his debut for the Windies recently after some fantastic first-class performances, copped the male Sports Personality of the Year award in St Vincent and the Grenadines.

After three consecutive finals in the Red Stripe Premier League, Portmore United can finally hold up their hands as the winningest football club in Jamaica.

Despite a 1-0 loss to Cuba in the Caribbean Football Union Challenge series that ended at the Waterhouse Football Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica on Sunday, Reggae Girlz coach Andrew Price sees positives.

Sports viewership just stepped four steps ahead as SportsMax and Huawei Technologies will team up on April 24 to bring the first ever 4K Viewing Party to the Caribbean for the UEFA Champions League semi-final game between Liverpool and AS Roma. 

Rashid Khan is the number-one T20 bowler in the world but Windies batsman, Chris Gayle, didn’t make it look that way when the two met in the Indian Premier League last week.

The Manchester Lions lead a tight battle atop the JFF/SportsMax Elite League’s West Zone after finding two second-half goals in their game against the Hanover Patriots at Brooks Park on Saturday.

Windies star Chris Gayle, after notching three big scores on the trot in the 2018 Indian Premier League for the Kings XI Punjab, is making sure not to get ahead of himself.

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