|Underdogs show some grit
COLOMBO (Reuters): CAPTAIN SHIVNARINE Chanderpaul and debutant Denesh Ramdin scored half centuries to guide West Indies to 271-6 on the opening day of their two-Test series against Sri Lanka yesterday.
High praise for quarter-final bound Reggae Boyz
HOUSTON, Texas: SEVERAL TOP-NOTCH football officials have commended the Reggae Boyz on their qualification to the quarter-finals of the CONCACAF Gold Cup. The Jamaicans have advanced after winning one and drawing the second game...
Young 'Girls' get a grand send-off
JAMAICA'S UNDER-21 netball team was fêted and given a chance to meet their sponsors at the Alhambra Inn on Monday before leaving for the World Youth Netball Championships which start on July 19 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Windies women's event abandoned after emergency meeting
THE 2005 West Indies Women's Cricket tournament slated to start on Saturday in Jamaica has been cancelled. Chadine Allen, president of Jamaica's Women's Cricket Association (JWCA), told The Gleaner...
US, Costa Rica in 0-0 stalemate
FOXBORO, Massachusetts (CMC): THE UNITED States and Costa Rica battled to a 0-0 draw as Group B play in the CONCACAF Gold Cup ended in triumph for the Americans on Tuesday night.
Mixed results for Ja in Morocco
JAMAICA HAD mixed fortunes on the opening day of the fourth IAAF/Maroc Telecom World Youth Championships in Marrakesh, Morocco, yesterday. The pride and joy of the Jamaican team, Schillonie Calvert, made it through to the final of the girls' 100 metres...
St Jago, Eltham in final battle
ST. JAGO and Eltham High have booked their places in next week's final of the ISSA Grace/Jackie Hendriks Under-14 cricket competition. St. Jago got the better of Kingston College in a low-scoring semi-final yesterday with KC...
Mohammed, Baugh steer Windies 'A' to tie
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (CMC): CARLTON BAUGH and Dave Mohammed shared in a smashing unbeaten seventh-wicket century stand that lifted West Indies 'A' to a tie against Sri Lanka 'A' on the Duckworth/Lewis run-rate method...