|Pathetic Windies - Regional side loses sixth consecutive ODI at home - Fail to beat modest score set by Pakistan
KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent, CMC: PAKISTAN EXTENDED the West Indies' abysmal run in the 2005 home season, defeating the Caribbean side by 59 runs in the opening fixture of the three-match Digicel One-Day International series yesterday.
Easy win puts Portmore in the lead
PORTMORE UNITED moved back to the top of the standings when they defeated sixth-place Village United 2-0 in their Wray and Nephew National Premier League fixture at Ferdie Neita Park yesterday.
McIntosh's hat-trick sinks Arlington
SPANISH TOWN: ARLINGTON UNITED were beaten 3-2 by Reno in their Wray and Nephew National Premier League encounter at Prison Oval yesterday. The match, which was played before a scanty crowd, saw Arlington taking the lead in the fourth minute...
Bull Bay mow down soldiers
BULL BAY waltzed into the final of KSAFA/Jamaica National Building Society Super League final 6-3 on aggregate after whipping the Jamaica defence Force (JDF) 3-2 at UWI Bowl yesterday.
W'house thrash Arnett
GEOFFREY MAXWELL had a good day in his second game at the Waterhouse helm as they destroyed Arnett Gardens 5-0 at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex yesterday.
Invaders shock Harbour View
WESTERN BUREAU: RELEGATION-BOUND Invaders won their first game since October in the Wray and Nephew National Premier League (NPL) after upsetting CFU Caribbean Club champions Harbour View 1-0 in the first game of a double header at Jarrett Park yesterday.
C Spring pip Rivoli
CONSTANT SPRING rediscovered their winning touch with a 1-0 home success against Rivoli in the Wray and Nephew National Premier League match uptown yesterday afternoon. Nigel Reid scored the all-important goal for Danny Lyn's team at the 14th minute....
N Manley, Eltham in title replay
The rain-affected Colts Under-16 final between Eltham and Norman Manley will be replayed today and tomorrow at Melbourne Oval, starting at 10:00 a.m. each day. For two consecutive afternoons, rains cut short the match last week...
Extra-time penalty enrages Greenwich Town
POLICE NATIONAL and Meadhaven F.C booked their places in the finals of the KSAFA Jamaica National Major League in eventful extra-time semi-finals at UWI Mona Bowl on Tuesday.