Bennett salutes Scorpions but wants more runs BY SANJAY MYERS Observer staff reporter Wednesday, November 25, 2015 JAMAICA Scorpions Head Coach Junior Bennett says the team's performance in the six-wicket win over Trinidad & Tobago Red ... Jamaica Observer, 2 days ago
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Tuesday, November 24, 2015 | 4:51 PM KINGSTON, Jamaica Junior Bennett, head coach of Jamaica Scorpions, says their victory over Trinidad & Tobago Red Force represents the Scorpions best display so far in the 2015-16 WICB Professional Cricket ...Jamaica Observer, 2 days ago Bennett hoping Scorpions batsmen start showing consistency Jamaica Observer, 6 days ago
ANDRE McCarthy stroked a brilliant, maiden first-class hundred and part-time off-spinner John Campbell snapped up four wickets, as Jamaica Scorpions rocked Trinidad and Tobago Red Force to take a giant step towards victory on today's final day of ...Jamaica Star, 3 days ago Andre McCarthy century gives JA edge over T&T Irie FM, 4 days ago PCL Update: McCarthy's maiden century propels Scorpions Jamaica Observer, 4 days ago
Monday, November 23, 2015 PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) -- Trinidad and Tobago Red Force, trailing Jamaica Scorpions by 20 runs on first innings, were 88 for four in their second innings at the close on the third day of the third-round game ...Jamaica Observer, 4 days ago Ottley to lead Red Force against Scorpions Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday, 1 week ago Jamaica Scorpions drop Baugh and King for third round clash against Red Force Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation, 1 week ago Scorpions make two changes for third round of Pro League RJR News Online, 1 week ago
Tennessee Invite - Day 2 Tennessee Senior Lauren Driscoll picked up her second individual medley win of the meet as the Tennessee swimming ...
Tennessee Senior Lauren Driscoll picked up her second individual medley win of the meet as the Tennessee swimming and diving team won five events Saturday at the Tennessee Invitational. Through two days of competition, Tennessee's women lead ...College Swimming, 5 days ago Tennessee Invite - Day 3 Tennessee Sophomore Evan Pinion recorded his second top time in the country this season as the Vols concluded the ... College Swimming, 4 days ago
Solozano's knock of 69 came off 169 balls and featured six boundaries and no sixes as grit was required on a tough day. Choosing to bat, the home squad had a rocky showing, losing opener Kjorn Ottley (1) bowled off Jason Dawes menacing pace just ...Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday, 6 days ago
Former Leeward Islands and Antigua & Barbuda's cricketer Devon Booby Thomas could make his debut for the Jamaica Scorpions when they take on Trinidad and Tobago Red Force in the third round of the WICB Professional Cricket League starting on Friday.Antigua Observer, 1 week ago Tamar Lambert back in Jamaica's cricket team Irie FM, 1 week ago EXCLUSIVE: Lambert dropped for Jamaica... RJR News Online, 1 month ago
BY SANJAY MYERS Observer staff reporter Tuesday, November 17, 2015 EXPERIENCED wicketkeeper Carlton Baugh and promising middle-order batsman Brandon King have been omitted from the Jamaica Scorpions 13-man squad for the Professional ...Jamaica Observer, 1 week ago Baugh, King left out of Scorpions squad for Red Force clash Jamaica Observer, 1 week ago
DEBUTANTE Captain Paul Palmer is confident that the youthful exuberance of the Jamaica Scorpions will figure prominently throughout this season's West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) four-day Profession Cricket League. Palmer, a former National ...Jamaica Observer, 3 weeks ago Paul Palmer to lead youthful Jamaica Scorpions Jamaica Observer, 1 month ago
Jamaica's cricketers departed the island on Wednesday for Barbados for the start of the Professional Cricket League regional 4 day season this Friday. Head coach Junior Bennett says the team is focused and ready for their first challenge away to ...RJR News Online, 3 weeks ago
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