|'It was sheer fatigue' - Brown says Reggae Boyz couldn't deliver KO punch due to lack of fitness
Jamaica crashed out of the Digicel Caribbean Cup basically because the players were not physically fit and could not maintain their momentum for 90 minutes, during the five-day tournament. This was revealed by interim coach, Carl Brown...
Boxhill remains steadfast - JFF president remains unmoved by calls to step down
The embattled president of the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF), Crenston Boxhill, remains firm amidst more pressure for him to step down after the Reggae Boyz' latest debacle.
Inter-zone hopefuls hunt crucial points
Western Bureau; With the battle for inter-zone places in the 2006 ISSA/Pepsi/JN daCosta Cup now on in earnest, 12 teams will be seeking to improve their standing this afternoon when action resumes in the 65-team competition with six games...
Mama's Girl crashes Pick-9
For the second time in a fortnight, MAMA'S GIRL surprised Pick-9 players at Caymanas Park on Saturday, ensuring a whopping $2.14 million carry-over into tomorrow's midweek meet. With the pot growing, a payout of close to $3 million...
Mitchell riding crest of a wave
In recent weeks, jockey Richard 'Biah' Mitchell has been riding the crest of a wave at Caymanas Park. The past month was a fruitful one for the 34-year-old reinsman, having ridden six winners...
O'Neal slams new NBA ball
MIAMI (AP): Thirteen-time National Basketball Association All-Star center Shaquille O'Neal is no fan of the new balls to be used by the NBA this season, and isn't afraid to say so. "I think the new ball is terrible," O'Neal said yesterday.
FROM THE BOUNDARY: West Indies should play to qualify for the Champions Trophy
The fifth International Cricket Council (ICC) Champions Trophy limited overs tournament gets under way in Jaipur, India, on October 15 and the world, including the ICC, is hoping that it will be an improvement on the previous three.
Windies are 'sleeping giants' - Lara
NEW DELHI (Reuters): Skipper Brian Lara believes the West Indies are "sleeping giants" and will pose a real threat at the International Cricket Council Champions Trophy in India.
Daren Powell recalled for Pakistan Tests - T&T's Simmons gets debut call-up
ST. JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC): Lendl Simmons is the only complete newcomer in the West Indies squad for their tour of Pakistan next month. The 21-year-old opening batsman was named in a 15-member squad yesterday for the series of three Tests ...
Chris Gayle seeks to shine all round
NEW DELHI, India (CMC): West Indies opener Chris Gayle is hoping that his off-spin can play a role for the team in their defence of their Champions Trophy title later this month. The left-handed Gayle, one of the leading batsmen in the West Indies...
Purples thrash Pembroke Hall
Host Kingston College (KC) led by a hat-rick from Ocane Williamson, continue their quest for a place in the second round of this year's ISSA/Pepsi/ JN Manning Cup with a 5-1 hammering of Pembroke Hall yesterday at their North Street campus.
Jamaica rally to lift rugby title
Jamaica made a remarkable recovery to emerge 2006 Caribbean Women's Rugby 15's champions after scoring an impressive 27-0 win over last year's winners Trinidad & Tobago at the University of West Indies, Mona Bowl.