|Boxhill under pressure - JFF president anticipates no-confidence vote at Congress
THE TOP brass of the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) is reporting rumours of a no-confidence vote, the second such alleged move against the two-year-old administration led by president Crenston Boxhill.
Under-16 Girls due home today
JAMAICA'S SUNSHINE babes, who were stranded in St. Kitts on Sunday, are expected in the island today. The Under-16 netballers were due to fly out of the Eastern Caribbean isle on Sunday morning...
Harding marks 100th winner
SEVEN-TIME Trinidadian champion jockey Brian Harding all but wrapped up the race for the 2005 jockeys' title when he rode three winners at Caymanas Park on Saturday, while arch-rival Trevor Simpson came up empty handed on the 13-race...
Territorial Boards clarify position
ST. JOHN'S, Antigua, CMC: FOLLOWING IS a statement issued yesterday by the West Indies Cricket Board regarding the disbursement of money for the proposed Stanford Twenty20 tournament.
Northwest serves up support for Table Tennis
THE NEWLY-elected Jamaica Table Tennis Association (JTTA) executive secured its first sponsorship deal as Northwest Development pumped in $100,000 to finance a national club league that is slated to start in January.
Harbour View 'want every single point'
WESTERN BUREAU: RUNAWAY LEADERS Harbour View continue to put daylight between themselves and the other contenders in the 2005-2006 Wray & Nephew National Premier League (NPL) football competition on Sunday night...
FROM THE BOUNDARY - Let's use technology to protect the rules
THE RECENT Test series between the West Indies and Australia was marred by poor umpiring decisions and many of them were against the West Indies, to the extent that cricket fans around the region are still are still hopping mad.