Vladimir Tereskin came in at 256.2 lbs at Friday’s weigh-in at the Jamaica Pegasus ahead of Saturday night’s heavyweight bout against the  Francisco Slivens at Sabina Park in Kingston.

The Jamaica Tallawahs are planning changes amidst an overhaul to the team that finished at the bottom of the CPL table last season.

Jade Dernbach arrived in Jamaica in time to see the Jamaica Tallawahs plunge to their fourth straight loss, a 41-run defeat to the league-leading Trinbago Knight Riders last Friday night.

The Jamaica Cricket Association celebrated Nikita Miller on his 100th first-class game prior to the start of the Jamaica Scorpions and Barbados Pride match that commenced at Sabina Park on Thursday.

The Jamaica Scorpions plunged to another humiliating home defeat on Sunday, going down by 157 runs to the TT Red Force in a bottom-of-the-table clash at Sabina Park.

Sabina Park curator Michael Hylton has accepted responsibility for the wet pitch that caused the third-round match between the Jamaica Scorpions and the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force in the West Indies Championships, being delayed for four hours on Thursday’s opening day.

The Jamaica Cricket Association is to introduce a ranking system across all age-groups for players seeking to get selected to the national programmes.

Wavell Hinds, President and CEO of the West Indies Players Association (WIPA) believes the newly introduced insurance plan for retained players will help players focus on improving themselves as professionals.

Fifteen scorers from local clubs and parish associations expanded their skills courtesy of a two-day training seminar organized by the Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA) last weekend – November 9 & 10 at Sabina Park.

Even as he begins his coaching career as assistant coach of the Jamaica Tallawahs, Ramnaresh Sarwan harbours ambitions of one day becoming a head coach. 

Mark O’Donnell, the newly appointed head coach of the Hero CPL franchise, the Jamaica Tallawahs, believes his squad of players has what it takes to win a third title this season but it won’t be easy.

West Indies legend Christopher Gayle said it means a lot to have been recognized by the University of the West Indies for his contributions to cricket.

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