|Boys' Town lift KO crown
TEN-MEN Boys' Town captured the Western Union Jackie Bell Knockout trophy with a hard fought 2-0 extra time win over Waterhouse at the National Stadium yesterday.
Seba whip Reno 3-1
WESTERN BUREAU: SEBA UNITED continued to solidify their position in mid-table in the 2005-06 Wray & Nephew NPL Football Competition yesterday when goals by Delroy Ellis (two) and Omar Reid gave them an emphatic 3-1 win...
Excelsior poised to lift schoolgirls hockey title
EXCELSIOR HIGH School are a step away from taking the Jamaica Hockey Federation/Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association Under-19 schoolgirls hockey title. They are the hot favourites going into today's final...
Sir Viv slams Lara's absence from one-dayers
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC): FORMER WEST Indies cricket captain Sir Vivian Richards is questioning Brian Lara's absence from the forthcoming one-day international series in New Zealand.
Impressive start for Tivoli All-Stars
TIVOLI ALL-Stars exacted revenge and signalled their intention to lift the KFC-sponsored National Basketball League (NBL) title this year by beating defending champions St. George's Slayers 71-60 as the new season tipped off...
Jamaica College look to lower the colours of St. Jago
JAMAICA COLLEGE could end the KFC sponsored ISSA High School Basketball Southern Conference second round with a perfect 3-0 record, if they can find a way to bring the nine-game winning streak of zone A winners St. Jago to an end...
DaCosta, Morgan double winners at Camperdown Classic
IMMACULATE'S MEISHA-GAY DaCosta and Man-chester High's Neisha Morgan were double winners at last Saturday's first renewal of the 4E-sponsored Camperdown Classic held at the Stadium East complex.
Sunderland grab late point
LONDON (AP): TOTTENHAM LET in an 89th-minute equaliser yesterday to draw 1-1 at Sunderland, missing the chance to move further clear of local rivals Arsenal in the Premier League standings.