SPORTS FLASH: Calabar boycotts Champs launch ... Scorpions in second place ... MVP HingisMar 16th, 2017 | Category: Sports Flash | 1:29
MARCH 16, 2017: Calabar High School has signalled its discontent with ISSA’s decision to permit Ugandan athlete Ari Rodgers to compete at the Boys' and Girls' Championships ... The St Catherine football association has suspended six players from Newland FC and New Raiders following a fracas between the teams ... The Jamaica Scorpions are on 73 points from their six matches and in second position after six rounds of the West Indies Regional Four Day cricket competition ... Issa Hayatou was voted out as president of the African Football Confederation after 29 years in charge ... Today’s MVP is Swiss tennis star Martina Hingis.
SPORTS FLASH: JAAA supports IAAF false start rules ... FIFA senior VP arrested
SPORTS FLASH: Reggae Boyz must step up ... Mixed results at para Olympics
SPORTS FLASH: Cavaliers FC off the hook…Bennett still Arnett Gardens FC’s general manager...
SPORTS FLASH: New JOA president...De Grasse hopes to beat Bolt...Captain Burrell laid to rest
SPORTS FLASH: Coach David Riley confident in field events…Indies Women loses to Australia…
SPORTS FLASH: JAAA president not worried about Kenya…Sanya Richards-Ross donates to Ja Sports Museum
SPORTS FLASH: Netball Jamaica investigates players' absence…UWI lecture in honour of Captain Burrell
SPORTS FLASH: Mike Henry disgruntled ... Another J'can out of Contender ... WI women camp in B'dos
SPORTS FLASH: ‘She’s A Maneater’ to race next month…Boys’ Town gets help…David Moyes quits