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Published:Saturday | June 20, 2015 | 12:00 AM
Team mentor for the Jamaica Tallawahs, former West Indies fast bowler and captain, Courtney Walsh (right) shares a joke with allrounder Andre Russell (centre) at a Foska Oats breakfast reception for the Jamaica Tallawahs at Melbourne Cricket Club on Tuesday, June 16. At left is Rusty Theron.


Classic favoured to take domino title

Multiple champions Caribbean Classic are the overwhelming favourites to take home another domino title tomorrow. They will face underdogs Exceptional International in the final of the City of Kingston Credit Union-sponsored Portmore Domino Major League at Caymanas Park tomorrow at 11:30 a.m.

Exceptional International have been in the league just a couple of seasons and they came in the quarter-final round as the seventh seed. They sent home two big guns, Spit Fyah, the second seed, and Fort International in quarter-final and semi-final stages respectively.

Caribbean Classic easily defeated Right Stuff by 37 points (300-263) in semi-final play and are unbeaten all season, winning 20 games on the trot.


Edgewater hunt sixth win

Defending champions Edgewater (15 points) are in search of their sixth win in as many matches as they take on lowly placed Greater Portmore in the East Central St Catherine Constituency Portmore Under-15 Football League tomorrow at the Naggo's Head playing field. Match time is 5 p.m. Edgewater have won five games straight and Greater Portmore are without a win so it should be an easy assignment for the defending champions. Other scheduled games: Daytona vs Westport; Naggo Head vs Watson Grove and East Portmore Portal vs Cumberland. In games last Sunday, Edgewater thumped East Portmore Portals 4-1; Cumberland beat Greater Portmore 2-0; Naggo head clipped Westport 1-0 and Watson Grove and Daytona drew 0-0.


Aintree's Morgan leads Little League scoring

Robinho Morgan of Aintree Basic has led his school to the top of the pile in the INSPORTS/Chubby Little League football competition. Aintree head Zone 3 with maximum 12 points from four games. Morgan leads the league with six goals. Aintree recently carved out their fourth win as they got past Sabina 2-0. Mikhail Banhan has struck five times this season for Waterford Basic who are on maximum 12 points in Zone 2. Child Plus are in Zone 1, also with maximum 12 points.


Church Netball tips off

The Power of Faith Ministries Church Netball League tips off tomorrow with the playing of two games at the PFM Sports Complex, Lot 10C Dawkins Drive, Portmore Town Centre.

At 2:40 p.m. defending champions 65 Waltham Park Road New Testament will go up against Elim Open Bible and at 3:15 p.m. last year's beaten finalists Power of Faith will take on Equator Faith Mission. The PFM Gospel mobile will be on grounds. "This will be an afternoon filled with action for netball lovers, and a chance for people to fellowship. Come out and support. A blessing awaits you," Mark Williamson, the coordinator of the event said.