|Top Boyz may miss friendly
Eight days before the Reggae Boyz play their first match since being swamped 6-0 by England in a pre-World Cup friendly, the Jamaica Football Federation is still to finalise their squad. The Reggae Boyz meet Canada...
Brazilians rule at Beach Futbol
The Brazilian All-Star team scored a 2-1 win over Star Cosmos to capture the third Red Stripe Light Beach Futbol competition at the Hellshire Beach on Saturday. Brazil, which entered the competition at the semi-final stage...
National Water Commission (NWC) too good for Carib Cement
National Water Commission (NWC) washed away defending champions Carib Cement's title retention hopes, when they stopped them 2-0 in KSAFA Business House Division One semi-final action at the Old Men's Hockey Field on Saturday.
Hurdles win for Kemel Thompson
KEMEL Thompson led a Jamaican one, two in the men's 400 metres hurdles at the Rieti Grand Prix meet in Italy yesterday. Thompson hurdled smoothly to win in 48.57 seconds ahead of fellow Jamaican Danny McFarlane who took second in 48.76.
St George's top 2006 Roper Cup
Hosts St. George's College won the Roper Cup for the first time since 2002 when they defeated North Street rivals Kingston College (KC) 3-2 on aggregate at Emmet Park on Saturday. In the two matches to decide the title...
Woods seals fifth Firestone victory
AKRON, (Reuters): Firestone specialist Tiger Woods won his fourth consecutive PGA Tour title with a protracted playoff victory over fellow American Stewart Cink at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational yesterday.
Colombia's midfield king has some fun in the sun
The blondish-orange Afro practically glowing like a crown on his head makes Carlos Valderrama so easily recognisable. Only this time, the Colombian midfield king is not pulling the strings from the heart of the football pitch.
Chelsea rebound to blank Blackburn 2-0
LONDON (AP): Two-time defending champions Chelsea beat Blackburn 2-0 yesterday in the English Premier League, winning on Frank Lampard's 50th-minute penalty and a late goal from substitute Didier Drogba.
Football stars saving stem cells
LONDON, (Reuters): Some leading English footballers are storing stem cells from their newborn babies as a potential future treatment for their own career-threatening sports injuries, according to a report in the Sunday Times.
Hair: The ICC encouraged me to make an offer
LONDON (Reuters): Darrell Hair said he was encouraged by the ICC to make an offer to quit as an umpire following the Pakistan ball-tampering furore at The Oval last week. Hair has been heavily criticised since the International Cricket Council (ICC) revea