| Portmore challenge W'house
WEEK THREE of the Wray and Nephew National Premier League will be highlighted by the clash between defending champions Waterhouse and former champions and year-to-year favourites Portmore United. That game is set for 6:00 p.m. at the Waterhouse Stadium.
Wolmer's streak continues
FORMER CHAMPIONS Wolmer's continued their unbeaten run in this year's ISSA/Pepsi/JN Manning Cup competition with a 2-0 victory over Kingston College at North Street yesterday.
Champs held to draw in D Cup
Western Bureau: : CHAMPIONS GODFREY Stewart's bid to draw closer to the Zone C front-runners in the 2006 ISSA/ Pepsi/JN daCosta Cup hit a snag yesterday afternoon when they surrender a 1-0 lead and had to settle for 1-1 draw with group leaders...
Three winners for Subratie
TRAINER GARY Subratie highlighted yesterday's 10-race programme at Caymanas Park with three winners, including 3-5 favourite KING AL in the seventh race for $240,000-$210,000 claimers.
Europe expand Ryder Cup lead
STRAFFAN, Ireland (AP): PAUL CASEY'S ace - the fifth in Ryder Cup history - closed out a 5-and-4 romp for he and David Howell over Stewart Cink and Zach Johnson, part of a dominating afternoon in which Europe expanded their lead to 10-6.
Chelsea atop English League
LONDON (Reuters): CHAMPIONS CHELSEA hit the top of the table for the first time this season when a second-half Frank Lampard double earned them a 2-0 victory at local rivals Fulham in the Premier League yesterday.
Cricket needs one like Leighton Duncan
SOMETHING IS wrong with the art of batting in Jamaica and in the wider West Indies - either that or our batsmen have forgotten that their job is to score runs.