| Tivoli face P'more in key encounter
TODAY'S SEVENTH series of matches in the third round of the Wray and Nephew National Premier League will see all but one of the six matches being played in Kingston and St Andrew and Portmore.
Onandi to make US league comeback
ONANDI LOWE is back in the professional leagues again. The 32-year-old Portmore United striker has signed a 10-month loan deal with Miami Football Club, a new franchise in the United Soccer League (USL) which was once known as the...
No medals for Ja on day two of World Champs
NATIONAL RECORDS were the order of the day, but Jamaica ended yesterday's second day of the 11th IAAF World Indoor Championships in the Russian capital of Moscow without a medal.
President Jackie Hendriks under fire
JACKIE HENDRIKS is the president of the Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA) and chances are he will remain so until at least the association's annual general meeting scheduled for July. In fact, it is a good bet, a safe one at that, that he will remain...
WI poised to break losing streak
AUCKLAND, New Zealand (AP): THE WEST Indies yesterday batted and bowled themselves into a position to break a streak of six straight Test-match losses.
St Thomas encouraged to get piece of CWC '07 pie
YALLAHS: ST. THOMAS must position itself to take advantage of opportunities arising from the 2007 World Cup, the SDC's regional director, Courtney Brown, told stakeholders in Morant Bay on Thursday.