| WI, Pakistan ready to roll
SHARJAH, (Reuters) - WEST INDIES skipper Carl Hooper said his young and inexperienced team would produce competitive cricket when they take on Pakistan in the first Test, starting today, in Sharjah.
Granville clip Village United 1-0
WESTERN BUREAU: ST. JAMES FA Senior League team Granville advanced to the third round of the Jamaica National Building Society's all-island Federation Cup Knockout competition after dumping Premier League strugglers Village United 1-0 at Sam Sharpe...
Rivoli, Central Link victorious
St Catherine-based A League teams Rivoli and Central Link ended the trend of upsetting runs by parish representatives in the second round of the Jamaica National Federation Cup Knock Out football competition. On a day when A League competitors Mount...
A lot of work to be done - Haynes
THERE IS still a lot of work to be done with just one day to go before Jamaica take on Guyana in the second round of the regional Busta Cup series at Sabina Park, according to coach Robert Haynes yesterday.
One or the other - Dillon or Skerritt
ONE OF the players in the West Indies team now taking on Pakistan in Sharjah is Mervyn Dillon, the manager is Ricky Skerritt, one should not be there, and it would be interesting to hear from the West Indies Board why both are there. Dillon was sent...