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In this file photo from November 2019, then Waterhouse FC player Tremaine Stewart (right) brings the ball down while challenged by Portmore United’s Tevin Shaw during a Jamaica Premier League game at the Spanish Town Prison Oval in St Catherine.

The local football fraternity is mourning after news that Dunbeholden FC player Tremaine Stewart passed away yesterday. Stewart collapsed while playing football in his community of Gordon Pen, St Catherine, and was taken to the Spanish Town...
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LONDON (AP): Tottenham fired Jose Mourinho on Monday after only 17 months in charge, and just as he was preparing to coach the club in the League Cup final. Mourinho was hired in November 2019 to replace Mauricio Pochettino, who unexpectedly led...
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The bid by Simon Tomlinson and Kane Watson to qualify for the Olympics is over. However, they have both emerged from the Latin American table tennis qualifying tournament in Rosario, Argentina, with a positive outlook, and Watson says more high-...

President of the Jamaica Basketball Association (JABA), Paulton Gordon, estimates that over 40 basketball scholarships have been lost because of the year-long inactivity caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Gordon said the association is deeply...

After three weeks of inactivity, local track and field competition returned to the island yesterday, with the ninth staging of the Velocity Fest Track Meet inside the National Stadium, with MVP’s Rasheed Broadbell stealing the show with a...

Dunbeholden FC forward Tremaine Stewart passed away after collapsing while playing football in his community of Gordon Pen, St Catherine on Sunday morning. The Gleaner understands that the 33-year-old attacker was taken to the Spanish Town...

Track and Field analyst Hubert Lawrence says that Jamaica’s selected men’s 4x100m relay team for the World Athletics Relay Championships is poised to secure qualification for the Olympic Games this summer. The World Relays will take place in...

Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association First Vice-president Ian Forbes says the reduction of American sprinter Christian Coleman’s two-year ban could send the wrong message to athletes about missing drug tests. It was reported yesterday that...

Kingston and St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA) President Wayne Shaw says that the Super and Major League competitions for 2021 have been cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is now the second straight season that KSAFA’s football...
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