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FOOTBALL: CONCACAF Women's Championship resumes today
The CONCACAF Womenís Championship in the United States resumes today with the final set of Group A preliminary round matches.

FOOTBALL: 2014-2015 Red Stripe Premier League continues today
Action starts at 6:30 p.m. with Cavalier and Arnett Gardens meeting in a top-of-the-table fixture.

HORSE RACING: $10.8-million Supreme Venture feature on today
The first leg of the $10.8-million Supreme Venture Limitedís two-year-old series, the Cash Pot Only One For Me Trophy, will highlight todayís Heroes Day programme at Caymanas Park.

Cricket Australia concerned over WI decision to abandon India tour
West Indies one-day players quit the five-match tour of India following the fourth One-Day International in Dharamsala last Friday, after failing to reach an agreement with their union over a ...

Walters wins WBA Super featherweight title
Walters took the title when Donaire went down under a barrage of punches at two minutes 59 seconds of the sixth round.

Fraser-Pryce six-a-side football competition starts today
The community-based competition will comprise 20 teams playing in five zones, four in each.

LIME Super Cup kicks off with eight matches
The Super Cup features the eight group winners of the inter-zone of the daCosta Cup and the seven first-round group winners and the top second-place team in the Manning Cup.

CRICKET: West Indies denies canceling India tour
The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has denied reports that it has taken a decision to discontinue the ongoing tour of India.

CRICKET: India beat West Indies in fourth ODI
Jamaican batsman Marlon Samuels hit his second century on tour but the West Indies suffered a 59-run defeat against India in the fourth One-Day International at Dharamsala today.

CRICKET: Taylor, Milne out of SA ODIs with injuries
New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor and fast bowler Adam Milne have been ruled out of the One-Day International (ODI) home series against South Africa because of injuries.

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