|The best of the West Indies and India at Sabina
BACK IN November 1948 when the West Indies and India confronted each other for the first time in a Test match, the West Indies, batting first, scored 631 at the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium with four batsmen - Clyde Walcott, Gerry Gomez, Everton Weekes...
West Indies go down in nail-biter
THE WEST Indies dream of a winning start in the Digicel one-day series against India ended in disappointment when, despite a century from Chris Gayle and some splendid bowling by left-arm pacer Ian Bradshaw, they lost the opening...
Special day at 'home' for Gayle
WEST INDIES opener Chris Gayle had a 'special' moment in yesterday's first one-day international of the five-match series against India at Sabina Park - registering his first ODI ton in front his countrymen.
Sterling innings comes to an end
GEORGE STERLING, former first vice-president of the Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA), died at the Nuttall Memorial Hospital yesterday. Sterling, also a former member of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) and past president of the Melbourne Cricket...
Asafa's mom crowned 'Mother of the Year'
SPANISH TOWN: CISLYN POWELL, the mother of world 100-metre record holder Asafa, was crowned Mother of the Year 2006 at a function held in St. Catherine on Sunday night. It was a perfect Mother's Day gift for the 55-year-old...
Yoga funds to bolster Grants Pen development
THE EFFECT of sport on social ills within the society is well known and Shakti Mind/Body/Fitness Centre and the American Chamber of Commerce of Jamaica (AMCHAM) have taken steps to utilise sport in the development of Grants Pen.
Slayers make it to semis
DEFENDING CHAMPIONS, St Georges Slayers, clawed their way back from a 13-point deficit to eventually see off the Link-Up All-Stars 62-58 and book themselves the last semi-final spot in the KFC/bmobile National Basketball League...
Ruddock off to US for treatment to hamstring
WORLD YOUTH Championships silver medallist Natasha Ruddock departed the island yesterday to get treatment for her hamstring injury in the United States. Ruddock, who finished second in the 100m hurdles at last year's World Youth Championships...
NCB Golf Classic set to tee off next week
THE NCB Capital Markets Golf Classic will tee off in a little over a week's time and the primary sponsors hope the inaugural tournament, expected to be an annual affair, will bring increased excitement and participation to the local golf scene.
Bailey eyes first sub-11 clocking this summer
OLYMPIC GAMES sprint relay gold medallist Aleen Bailey has her sights set on her first sub-11 seconds clocking this summer. Bailey, whose personal best stands at 11.04 seconds, said: "I'm working on it (first sub-11).