| Jamaica charge ahead
JAMAICA WON three of four 400 metre sprint titles to stretch their lead atop the medal standings on yesterday's second and penultimate day of the XVII Central America and Caribbean Junior Track and Field Championships at Hasely Crawford Stadium.
Nevis outclass St Kitts
A FIERY spell of fast bowling from John Maynard set up Nevis for a comfortable seven-wicket victory and earned them bragging rights over federal compatriots St Kitts in the Stanford Twenty20 Cup on Friday night at the Stanford Cricket Ground.
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Division One football Former champions, The Gleaner will face Sherwin Williams at Duhaney Park in tomorrow's feature match of the KSAFA Business House Division One football competition.
Commentary - Wehby's words of wisdom
TWO WEDNESDAYS ago, the award ceremony for the GraceKennedy schoolboy cricket competitions was held at the group headquarters at Harbour Street and, based on the outstanding performances for which awards were presented, cricket is in good hands. (Becca)
Group qualifiers postponed
JAMAICA WILL have to wait before it can take part in the inaugural CONCACAF Beach Soccer Tournament which was scheduled to begin this month in South Beach, Florida.
Italy reels as top clubs drop
LESS THAN a week after winning the World Cup, Italy mourned the biggest blow to national soccer in decades yesterday after top clubs were ousted from the elite league for match-fixing.
Trelawny stadium nears completion
THE NEW multi-purpose stadium in Florence Hall, Trelawny, which is slated to host the opening ceremony for the 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup, is now in an advanced state of readiness as seats are now being installed and the roofing is near completion.
Low FIFA ranking won't affect Boyz, says Gibson
CONTRARY TO some reports, Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) general secretary Burchell Gibson has come out to say Reggae Boyz would not suffer in the United Kingdom because of Jamaica's 32-point drop in the FIFA rankings.
Bravo misses out on WICB retainer contract
THE WEST Indies Cricket Board (WICB) yesterday announced retainer contracts for seven players including captain Brian Lara, but have excluded exciting all-rounder Dwayne Bravo from the list.
JDF march past Trelawny
ON A day when the heavy rains dampened most of the Capital and Credit All-Island limited-overs cricket competition, the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) were red-hot as they blasted their way to a 121-run victory over Trelawny at Up Park Camp yesterday.
Flying Tiger cools La Reina
THE STRAIGHT five track record holder, FLYING TIGER, handed talented filly LA REINA her first defeat over the course at Caymanas Park yesterday in the 3-y-o and up open allowance race which offered a total purse of $500,000.
Klinsmann being considered by the US
FORMER GERMANY coach Juergen Klinsmann will be included on the list of candidates to succeed Bruce Arena as coach of the United States soccer team, officials said on Friday.
Yousuf gives Pakistan some hope
MOHAMMAD Yousuf, the most elegant batsman in a team of stylists, stroked an unbeaten 185 yesterday to steer Pakistan back into contention in the first Test against England at Lord's.
Greenidge to head WI selection committee
BATTING LEGEND Gordon Greenidge has been appointed as the new convenor of West Indies selectors, and will be joined on the three-member panel by former Test players Andy Roberts and Clyde Butts.
Hanover, Challenger in final
THE CURTAIN will come down on the 2006 Busta/Steve Bucknor Western Masters Football League at the UDC playing field this afternoon when defending champions Hanover Masters and newcomers Challenger square-off in the competition's final...