Supreme Ventures Limited has reaffirmed its sponsorship for Jamaica’s major and minor netball leagues. Supreme Ventures presented a symbolic cheque for $3.5 million during the recent 2024 Divisional League opening ceremony. Tricia Robinson, president

According to Tricia Robinson, president of Netball Jamaica (NJ), the Jamaica senior netball team's visit to Caymanas Park racetrack on Saturday was another groundbreaking moment. Sharing the focus on the 10-race card honouring Winston

Sunshine Girls netball player Latanya Wilson could hardly control her emotions after Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), Supreme Ventures Limited (SVL) and Mayberry Investment Limited said they will be donating a total of $1

The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) has stepped in to help getting 22-year-old national netballer, Latanya Wilson, back on her feet. Wilson and her family had their lives turned upside-down last Thursday, when a fire

In a historic and heartwarming gesture, the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) announced today, Monday, August 28, that they will be rewarding the stellar achievements of Jamaica's netball players with JMD$1 million each (about

The Jamaica Olympic Association has lavished praise on the country’s netball team that won the bronze medal at the just-concluded Netball World Cup in South Africa. After losing their semi-final 57-54 to eventual

Jamaica's Sunshine Girls secured a 61-49 victory against Uganda in their Pool G fixture on the first day of the second-stage matches at the Netball World Cup in Cape Town on Monday. Despite Uganda's

A confident Sunshine Girls squad departs the island today for the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games in El Salvador, with Nicole Aiken-Pinnock, the team's head coach for the tournament, emphasising the significance


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