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Jamaica's Reggae Boyz has apologized for protest action taken during the Digicel Caribbean Cup, which recently concluded in Martinique.
In a letter sent to the Jamaica Football Federation and members of the general public, the players described their actions as "not proper" and "misguided" and also apologised for an unintended embarrassment their actions may have caused the country.
"We have concluded that our actions, consequently, even though not intended, caused undue embarrassment to the country. This was not our intention. As a result, we are using this medium to publicly and unreservedly apologise to the JFF, the people of Jamaica, our families, all the Reggae Boyz fans in the diaspora and other parts of the world, for any role that we have played in this matter."
VERONICA Campbell-Brown has won female Central American and Caribbean Athlete of the Year while Dayron Robles of Cuba won the male award.
Robles and Campbell-Brown are the respectively the reigning Olympic 110 metres hurdles and 200m champions.
St John’s, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board announces the appointment of Marjorie Thomas to the post of Team Manager of the West Indies Women’s Team for the tour of India in January 2011.Thomas is the current Team Manager and Head Coach of the highly successful Trinidad & Tobago Women’s Team and has served as Team Manager for that team since 2005. The coaching portfolio was added to her responsibilities in 2009.
Jamaica retained their Digicel Caribbean Cup crown in a game that ended in penalties after a 1-1 draw and extra time
Thousands turned out today Sunday December 5th at the Pierre Aliker stadium in Dillon, Martinique for what turned out to be a cracking finale to the 3 month tournament.Having lost to Jamaica in their Group I encounter, Guadeloupe started the match and with skipper Stephane Auvrey reinstated to his midfield berth after his semifinal suspension due to yellow cards accumulation, the midfield battle was being won early by the French.
The West Indies gained some crucial rating points in the just concluded three-match series against Sri Lanka to move closer to Pakistan in the ICC Test Championship table released today Sunday December 5th 2010.
The two teams played to three draws in the series as a combination of bad weather and a resurgent West Indies performance with both bat and ball deprived the home team of a single victory as the series ended on Sunday at the Pallekele Stadium, in the central city of Kandy.
West Indies fast bowler Kemar Roach bowled his heart out to earn the Man-of-the-Series award in the just concluded three-match rubber against Sri Lanka.
The Test series, which was heavily hit by rain, ended on Sunday when the third Test was declared a draw.Roach collected 10 wickets at 24.5 runs each to be the highest wicket taker for the West Indies. His best figures were 5 for 100 in the second Test.