|Jamaican bats blaze
ANXIOUS TO avenge last year's first innings defeat to Guyana, Jamaica's batsmen smashed the Guyanese bowlers yesterday, closing day one of their four-day Carib Beer International Shield match at 335-4.
Prominent stars at the Park
SIMILAR TO last year, the second running of the 3-y-o and up overnight allowance for the Star Trophy resulted in a thrilling finish, victory going to the front running 6-1 shot PROMINENT.
UTech, G.C. Foster College retain titles
DEFENDING CHAMPIONS University of Technology (UTech) and G.C. Foster College retained their titles as the two-day Inter-Collegiate Track and Field Championships came to an end at G.C .Foster College yesterday.
We have to win, says Brown
JAMAICA'S CHANCE of playing in the July Gold Cup rests in their hands. A win over the Haitians, who they meet in the second game of the National Stadium doubleheader at 6:00 p.m., would see them booking their spot.
Lack of funds hits Ja team
DUE TO A lack of funds, the Jamaica Table Tennis Association (JTTA) will only be able to send two male players and a coach to the Latin American Championships in El Salvador which starts on Tuesday.
Strong Ja team heads to T&T
A TALENTED, YOUNG Davis Cup squad left the island yesterday for the America Zone Group 3 tournament which starts in Trinidad tomorrow.
Commentary - Brett Lee: the star of World Cup 2003
CRICKET'S WORLD Cup of 2003 is now history and despite the disappointments of England refusing to play in Zimbabwe and New Zealand staying away from Kenya, the rain and the Duckworth/Lewis system, plus the failure of home team South Africa and...