|LOC rejects proposal - Says one-day matches against India are still on
A REQUEST by Ashtrom Building System Ltd - the contruction company contracted to develop Sabina Park - to have the two West Indies One-Day International games against India cancelled, has been rejected by Cricket Jamaica 2007 Ltd.
Jamaica topple champions T&T
ST. JOHN'S, Antigua CMC: JAMAICA USED a good all-round performance and toppled defending champions Trinidad and Tobago in the second round of the 2006 CLICO West Indies Under-15 cricket tournament yesterday afternoon.
Experts believe Shiv did the right thing
PROMINENT JAMAICAN cricket officials are in agreement with the decision of former West Indian captain, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, to hand in his resignation. Chanderpaul issued a letter to the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) on Tuesday...
FROM THE BOUNDARY - Well done Chanderpaul
WHEN IT comes to batting and fielding, Shivnarine Chanderpaul is one of the most successful batsmen the West Indies have produced and history will remember him as such.
Launch Super-6 on Major Mayer
SATURDAY'S FIRST leg of the two-day Easter Racing Carnival offers a Pick-9 carryover of $1 million. Last Saturday the outsiders LADY BALLARI and BABY RENEE combined to shut out Pick-9 players, but the Super-6 had its fair share of winners...
Waterhouse elated, jubilant, overawed - Says double victories over Harbour View stoked title belief
ELATED, JUBILANT, overawed, were some of the adjectives pouring from Wayne Fairclough, coach of Waterhouse the new premier league champion. It is now practically two days since his team won the Wray and Nephew National Premier League...
Prolific Catherine Hall hold slim lead
WESTERN BUREAU: WITH THE 2005-06 St. James Football Association Hart & Son Senior Football League now on in earnest, only a mere five points separate the top four teams in the 11-team competition...
'The result was quite satisfying'
CARY, North Carolina: IN THE shadow of the stands at SAS Soccer Park here, Jamaica's technical director Wendell Downswell could afford a wide grin as he accepted the congratulations of football fans who had just witnessed the Reggae Boyz draw...
Nevers-coached teams in showdown
THE BERGER Paints Super League will continue with four games at the Leila Robinson Courts today. The first set of games at 5:45 p.m. will feature Windalco against defending champions Jamalco in a Winston Nevers derby.
Boys' Town hammer Spring 8-3
THE BOYS' Town Red Brigade added insult to Constant Spring's injury of being relegated from the Wray and Nephew National Premier League, when they thrashed them 8-3 at the Collie Smith Drive sports ground yesterday.
Granville, Montpelier draw
WESTERN BUREAU: THE 11TH hour decision by the organizers to make the semi-finals of the Captain's Bakery Western Super League a two-way affair was made to look a smart one as Granville and Montpelier battled out a thrilling 2-2...
Kinghts slow down Blazing Panthers
URBAN KNIGHTS kept pace with the league-leading Denham Town Wizards by clipping Blazing Panthers 73-71 as KFC/bmobile National Basket-ball League (NBL) action continued on Tuesday at the National Stadium Courts.
St Catherine, Calabar hunt the double
SPANISH TOWN arch-rivals St. Catherine and St. Jago will once again be in contention, when they come face to face in the Under-19 finals of the KFC/ISSA all-island National Basketball Championships at the National Stadium courts at 3:00 p.m. today.
Last chance for amateurs
MONTEGO BAY: THE ISLAND'S top amateur golfers tee off tomorrow for places on the national squad for this year's Caribbean Amateur Golf Championships (CAGC), which Jamaica will host at the Cinnamon Hill course, Rose Hall in August.