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first_imgCourtney Walsh clinicsSupreme Ventures Limited (SVL) has renewed its sponsorship for the staging of this year’s Courtney Walsh Cricket Clinic.The success of the clinic in identifying and developing kids under 15 years with cricket talent islandwide has driven SVL to recommit $2.5m to the programme.The programme will run from August 11-17, with the main objective being to enhance the talent of each player who shows the potential to join Jamaica’s Under-15 team and by extension the West Indies junior teams, whilst teaching young players cricketing fundamentals on and off the field.The coordination and execution of this programme will be led by Walsh, the legendary West Indies fast bowler, and Robert Samuels, former West Indies opening batsman and Jamaica captain.”This year’s partnership gives us an opportunity to emphasise and showcase our loyalty to youth development through sports. The talent pool of young cricketers produced from the programme over the last seven years is commendable and due mainly to the vision and work of Walsh and his team as well as SVL’s strong association,” said Diahann Guy-Shepherd, sponsorships, promotions and branding manager for SVL.Clinic schedule:August 11 – Kingston and St AndrewAugust 12 – St Catherine and ClarendonAugust 15 – Manchester and St ElizabethAugust 17 – St James and Trelawnylast_img read more


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first_imgOSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson No rollercoaster ride for Kyrgios, more even keel at Open Redemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie Thompson OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Meralco ‘never the same’ after Almazan injury in PBA Finals On the mendDjokovic, who once ruled these hardcourts for six Australian Open titles, comes into this year’s event seeded 14 after an injury-chequered 2017.The Serbian former world number one has been out of action for six months, but he feels he’s on the mend.“It hasn’t been 100 percent yet healed. But right now it’s at the level where I can compete, and every day is getting better,” he said.“Throughout the tournament, I don’t know how it’s going to behave. Even if it’s 100 percent healed, after six months of no competition, you never know how you’re going to react.“I still know what I’m capable of, and I believe in my own abilities to win against the best players in the world,” he added ahead of his opening round clash against American Donald Young, also Tuesday.Nadal, who is gunning for a 17th major title but only his second Australian Open crown, is making up for lost time from a knee injury at the tail-end of the 2017 season.“Is the first time I am here without playing an official match in my career. It’s a new situation for me. But I feel good,” said the 31-year-old, who played his first Australian Open in 2004.He gets his tournament underway on Monday against Victor Estrella Burgos of the Dominican Republic.If there is to be a winner outside the top guns in Melbourne, those who look most likely are Bulgarian Dimitrov, third in the rankings behind Nadal and Federer, Germany’s Alexander Zverev and tempestuous Australian Nick Kyrgios. LATEST STORIES But while others have a troubled buildup to the year’s opening Grand Slam, Federer is enjoying an unruffled lead in to the Open and is at peace with the world.“It just seems that it’s nice that it’s never actually gone away, the fun aspect of actually enjoying the travel, coming back to Australia,” Federer said ahead of his first round clash on Tuesday against Slovenia’s Aljaz Bedene.“Yeah, it’s great times in my life and in my career that we can make it all work, that I can still play tennis.”Federer is returning to where he lit the fuse on his late-life tennis renaissance this time last year, beating Tomas Berdych, Nishikori, Mischa Zverev and Wawrinka before downing great rival Nadal in a five-set final classic.“Yeah, it was the tournament of the year for me, no doubt about it. All the five-setters, as well,” Federer said.ADVERTISEMENT Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 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(AP Photo/Aaron Favila)Roger Federer says tennis is “definitely a lot of fun” as he embarks on an Australian Open shrouded in mystery over the fitness and mindset of his major rivals in the next fortnight.The Swiss, rated as the favourite to win his 20th Grand Slam title even at the venerable age of 36, is still in love with the game that has made him a recognisable global celebrity and fabulously rich.ADVERTISEMENT Federer is coming off an extraordinary 2017, when he won a fifth Australian Open title and a record eighth at Wimbledon, and the way things are shaping there could be yet more glory with his main threats scrambling to be ready.Five-time finalist Andy Murray and Japan’s Kei Nishikori are already out with injuries, while 12-time major champion Novak Djokovic is working his way back from elbow trouble.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkWorld number one Rafael Nadal withdrew from his first tour event of 2018, in Brisbane, with continuing knee problems, and has been trying to catch up on the court in Melbourne ahead of the Open.The 2014 winner Stan Wawrinka says his knee is holding up well after surgery but there was still pain and he is miffed that he longer has coach Magnus Norman in his player’s box. 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first_img Larry Joyce also completed the 100 km Quiche Populaire. These rides were the last of the 2009 marathon cycling distances.   A new series will be scheduled for 2010. Both Snucins and Kok earned the Super Randonneur award, recognizing that they and 47 other BC marathon cyclists completed the 200, 300, 400 and 600 km distances within the required time limits. Coming up: Advertisement -Wednesday mountain bike action 6:30 at the Beatton Cactus circuit. -Thursday first ‘Toony’ Cyclo cross at the high school at 6 PM -Sunday 10:00 am Cyclo cross at the high school. Peter King and Colter Young are in Banff for the Alberta Provincial Hill Climb Championships on Mt. Norquay.Photo – Barb Polehoykie racing on the Peejay – Milligan course.  Submitted photo.Advertisementcenter_img -submitted The Blizzard Masters gave it a good try, but could not duplicate last years 7th place finish for the Oakridge Environmental Worlds Masters 40 km Challenge. They were one rider short of the necessary five to beat the age time standard.   Riders Pat Ferris, Roger St. Jean, Bob Andrews, and Sam Keats had a decent total of 26:42, minutes better than their personal age standards but lacked the qualifying fifth rider.  A few key riders were missing due to other commitments, injury or away. – Advertisement -The day’s results on the Peejay – Milligan course were: 1. Pat Ferris at 1:04:54 2.Roger St. Jean 1:04:42 3. Bob Andrews 1:06:27Conditions were warm with a bit of a south wind on the way back. Meanwhile, on Saturday, Blizzard cyclists Erik Snucins and Wim Kok succesfully completed the 200 km Quiche Brevet in 10:48 and 9:50 respectively. Advertisementlast_img read more