| Windies avoid whitewash
AUCKLAND (Reuters): THE WEST Indies beat New Zealand by three wickets in a nail-biting fifth and final one-day international at Eden Park in Auckland yesterday to avoid the humiliation of a series whitewash.
Chappell accused of violating code of conduct
NAGPUR, India (AP): INDIA'S cricket board yesterday said national team coach Greg Chappell violated the code of conduct when he made disparaging remarks about former captain Sourav Ganguly earlier this week.
Celtic extend lead in Scottish Premier League
GLASGOW (Reuters): CELTIC beat Aberdeen 3-0 to move 16 points clear at the top of the Scottish Premier League yesterday.
Searching for a coach
THE JAMAICA Cricket Association is searching for a coach for the national team following the resignation of Robert Haynes a few weeks ago, and the cricket fraternity is anxiously waiting to see who will be the new coach. - Tony Becca
Chelsea edge West Brom 2-1
LONDON (AP): CHELSEA FINISHED with 10 men in their 2-1 win over West Bromwich Albion in the English Premier League yesterday Jose Mourinho's 100th game in charge.
Jamaica drawn to play first match against Bermuda
JAMAICA HAVE been drawn to play Bermuda in their first match of the Stanford Twenty/20 cricket tournament on July 21 in Antigua.
Urban Knights, Denham Town Wizards remain unbeaten
URBAN KNIGHTS and Denham Town Wizards remain the only unbeaten teams in the KFC/bMobile National Basketball League following big wins over the Blazing Panthers and Tivoli All-Stars on Thursday at the National Stadium courts.
JFF invites U-17, U-21 squads to camp
THE JAMAICA Football Federation (JFF) has invited a 25-man Under-21 squad and a 31-man Under-17 squad to camp.
Adams shines for Tigers
ST. ELIZABETH and St. Catherine gained first innings points over Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) and Manchester respectively on yesterday's opening day of second round Supreme Ventures Super Cup matches.
Meadhaven blank Mtn View 3-0
MEADHAVEN UNITED held firm to their position atop the Jamaica National KSAFA Super League standings after hiking to a 3-0 win over Mountain View at Campion College yesterday.
Catch The Cut upsets at Caymanas Park
Freelance Writer CATCH THE CUT, an American bred five-year-old mare who had gone winless in 37 starts locally, finally came good at Caymanas Park yesterday with a stunning upset in the Long Shot Trophy feature (claiming $160,000) over 1300 metres.
Interesting battles in store
TODAY'S SIXTH set of games in the third round of the Wray and Nephew National Premier League will feature a number of interesting matches as no position is certain. Not even the relegation positions.
Greenfield stadium bang on target
WESTERN BUREAU: THE DEVELOPER of the Greenfield stadium in Trelawny, said the facility, which is earmarked to host the opening ceremony for the 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup...
Match evenly poised
CASTRIES, St Lucia (CMC): ENGLAND A, trailing West Indies A by 20 runs on first innings, reached 60 for two in their second innings at the close on the second day of their second unofficial four-day Test at Beausejour Cricket Ground yesterday.
Cook's ton puts England in command
NAGPUR, India (Reuters): ENGLAND OPENING batsman Alastair Cook stroked a century on his Test debut to power his team towards possible victory over sloppy India in the first Test yesterday.
Hamburger SV clip Bayern Munich
FRANKFURT (AP): HAMBURGER SV became the first team to beat Bayern Munich in their new stadium when Nigel de Jong scored a late goal in a 2-1 win over the Bundesliga leaders yesterday.