|Last chance for Soca Warriors
STUTTGART (Reuters): TRINIDAD AND Tobago have won plaudits for battling performances against England and Sweden at their first World Cup, but the Soca Warriors must now turn acclaim into points to stay in the tournament.
Calvin Fitzgerald takes reins from the 'Admiral' at Tivoli
CALVIN FITZGERALD is the new coach of Tivoli Gardens following the expected resignation of Glendon 'Admiral' Bailey at the end of last season. Fitzgerald, 45, who last season coached eventual champions Waterhouse at the start of their campaign...
Jockeys' race heating up
TREVOR 'SLICER' Simpson assumed the lead from Charles Hussey in the jockeys' standings at Caymanas Park on Saturday to set the stage for a straight fight between himself and reigning champion Brian Harding during the second half...
Classy Spain advance
STUTTGART (Reuters): SPAIN CAME from behind to beat Tunisia 3-1 at the World Cup in Germany yesterday and book their place in the second round while Ukraine crushed Saudi Arabia 4-0 to revitalise their campaign.
Surprise omissions in U19 squad
THREE PLAYERS from last year's squad were dropped from Jamaica's squad for this summer's TCL Group West Indies Under-19 Cricket Championship in Barbados. Batsman Ziggy Levy, a member of the squad which won the 2004 three-day title...
FROM THE BOUNDARY - Ghana bring down the house in Cologne
FORTY YEARS ago, Portugal went to England for their first campaign in the World Cup. Led by the great and now legendary Eusebio, they marched into the semi-finals and looking on in amazement, old men shook their heads and said never again.
Taylor's 70 sets up win No. 2 for Jamaica
CASTRIES, St. Lucia (CMC) Jamaica beat Barbados on a faster run-rate to secure their second concesutive win in a rain-affect game as rain ruined the third round of the 2006 West Indies Women's regional cricket championships yesterday.
Unprepared pitch stalls final
DISAPPOINTMENT AND embarass-ment were the order of the day as fans and finalists Hillstars and New Green were denied the occasion of the first-leg of the Manchester Major League that was scheduled for Brooks Park at the weekend.
Newcomers hunt win
THE 2006 Business House Netball Association's Open League competition continues this afternoon at the Leila Robinson courts. At 5:45 p.m., newcomers Cable and Wireless 'B' will play Kraft as they try for their first win in the competition.