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Sagicor donates $3M

Kingston, Jamaica: Sagicor Group Jamaica Limited has committed J$3M to Jamaica’s Sunshine Girls for the upcoming Netball World Cup in August. Sagicor’s Vice President of Group Marketing, Ingrid Card made the announcement during a special cocktail

Jamaica edges closer to Top 3

The latest INF World Rankings published on April 3rd show no change in the relative positions of the top ten netball nations. However, fourth-ranked Jamaica has closed to gap to only 12 points behind number three-ranked England. The new ranking has

Spurs top the BEL

The Manchester Spurs recorded their second consecutive victory in the Berger Elite League with a 38-34 win over St Catherine Racers. They now sit at the top of the league at the end of two rounds. More from the Jamaica Gleaner’s match reports:

Guardian Life first to adopt-a-player

On Tuesday, March 31st, Guardian Life was the first corporate entity to claim a Sunshine Girl under the Netball Jamaica Adopt-A-Player program. At a breakfast hosted by Guardian Life at the Pegasus Hotel, a sponsorship cheque of J$1 million was

  • The moment when . . . J$3m of sponsorship was announced by Sagicor Jamaica Limited.

  • I added a video to a @YouTube playlist Sagicor gives J$3m to Sunshine Girls

  • RT @SkyNetball: Natalie Haythornthwaite was named Netball Superleague Player of the Season http://t.co/1UvUd9Nkz7