| McCarthy blasts double century
FORMER WEST Indies Youth player, Andre McCarthy, was in record-breaking form yesterday for Melbourne against Kingston and St. Andrew in the All-Island Capital & Credit limited-overs competition at Melbourne Oval.
Trinidad on to Stanford Twenty20 semis
ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC): TRINIDAD AND Tobago continued their stranglehold on Barbados when they defeated them by 46 runs yesterday to claim a semi-final place in the inaugural Stanford Twenty20 tournament.
Polish Market takes the Commock Trophy
THE 4-5 favourite POLISH MARKET made short work of her opponents to win the Aston Commock Memorial Trophy feature by 6 1/4 lengths at Caymanas Park yesterday.
Ja's 4x100 men get CAC bronze
JAMAICA'S 4x100 metres men's team notched up another bronze medal for the country at the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games in Cartagena, Colombia last night.
Jeff Rodgers Camp to close with a bang tonight
PREACHING THE message of achievement through discipline, hard work and self-belief, the Jeff Rodgers Basketball Camp, now in its second year, will come to a close with a National Basketball League (NBL) versus former NBA All-Stars exhibition...
Gatlin admits to failing dope test
NEW YORK (Reuters): WORLD AND Olympic 100 metres champion Justin Gatlin said yesterday he had failed a drugs test after a relay race in Kansas City in April.
Five teams to battle for first-round honours
WITH THE final set of games in the first round of the Red Stripe Lite Beach Futbol set to get under way today, five teams stand good chances of making it to the next phase.
McLaren clinch first pole of year
HOCKENHEIM, Germany (Reuters): KIMI RAIKKONEN seized McLaren's first pole position of the Formula One season at the German Grand Prix yesterday.
New Zealand triumph over Australia in Tri-Nations
BRISBANE (Reuters): A BRILLIANT solo try by Joe Rokocoko coupled with a superb defensive effort guided New Zealand to a 13-9 win over Australia in the Tri-Nations yesterday.
England pair takes 19 wickets as Pakistan fall
MANCHESTER, England (AP): STEVE HARMISON and Monty Panesar took a combined 19 wickets for England to win the second Test against Pakistan by an innings and 120 runs inside three days yesterday.
Sri Lankans break partnership record
COLOMBO (Reuters): SRI LANKA captain Mahela Jayawardene scored a magnificent 374 and helped break the record for the highest partnership in Test cricket on the third day of the first Test against South Africa yesterday.
Let's recapture the love
THE WEST Indies Cricket Board (WICB) lost about US$19 million in the year leading up to September last year; it has an accumulated debt of about US$35 million - that means West Indies cricket is in serious trouble, and not surprisingly, not many people...