| Cup deal signed
THE West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) and the International Cricket Council (ICC) last night signed the official agreement declaring the West Indies as hosts of Cricket World Cup 2007.
Manning Cup fixture revamped
A LAST-MINUTE decision by the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) has changed the time and venue of a number of games so as to facilitate complete fairness to those teams with a chance of qualifying...
Harbour View, Reno clash later
WESTERN BUREAU: END-OF-first-round finalists Harbour View and Reno will complete the first-round fixtures this afternoon when they meet at Frome in a rescheduled Wray & Nephew National Premier League game, starting at 3:00 p.m.
PM welcomes World Cup
KINGSTON, CMC: PRIME MINISTER P.J. Patterson said "at long last the West Indies has been afforded the deserved recognition of its distinctive contribution to cricket by its designation as host for the World Cup tournament in 2007."
Winston Griffiths: A living legend
WINSTON 'FANNA' Griffiths, O.D., is undoubtedly the most accomplished rider in the 44-year history of Caymanas Park. There are simply no worlds left to conquer for the mild-mannered jockey who turned 45 on September 18.
Benefit for communities
THE COMMUNITIES of Nannyville and Swallowfield have been the latest to benefit from the rejuvenating effects of sport as the Jamaica Swimming Association (JSA) has embarked on a drive to get young members involved in water polo.
HARARE, Zimbabwe, CMC: ENCOURAGED by their performance in the opening tour match, West Indies are looking forward to the opening cricket Test against Zimbabwe, starting at the Harare Sports Club today.