NETBALL Jamaica (NJ) high-performance Coach Rob Wright says he was very impressed with the Sunshine Girls' performance at the just-concluded Americas World Cup qualifiers, adding that the future of the country's netball is in good hands.
The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) will be granting three-year scholarships totalling $6 million to local coaches starting November 1, which will allow successful candidates to finance educational pursuits as well as living expenses, which the governing entity believes is a challenge the coaches encounter.
Jamaica’s Sunshine Girls ticked off another easy victory at the Americas Netball World Cup Qualifiers by beating Grenada 74-48 on day four on Wednesday evening at the National Indoor Sports Centre.
It was the second game for the third-ranked Sunshine Girls on the day as earlier
Jamaica’s Sunshine Girls continued to dominate the Americas Netball World Cup Qualifier at the National Indoor Sports Centre in Kingston by whipping Antigua 80-23 on day four of the tournament on Wednesday.
RESIDENT of Netball Jamaica (NJ) Tricia Robinson says the Sunshine Girls will not be taking the teams lightly at this month's Americas Netball World Cup qualifiers as it forms a very important part of their preparation and developmental programmes.
The Sunshine Girls, who are ranked third
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The technical staff of Jamaica’s Senior Women’s football team have signed one-year contracts with the Jamaica Football Federation.
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According to Samuda, the 2023