|World Cup tickets still a concern for LOC
JAMAICA CRICKET 2007 Ltd., the Local Organising Committee of the Cricket World Cup, has some work to do if it is to sell as many World Cup tickets as it would like. So far, the LOC has said, without many specific...
Camperdown advance to second round
IT WAS better late than never for Camperdown as they became the final team to book its spot in the second round of the ISSA/ Pepsi/JN Manning Cup following a 5-2 victory over Tivoli at the Edward Seaga Complex, yesterday.
Gayle fined for on-field banter with Clarke
MUMBAI, India (AP): WEST INDIES opening batsman Chris Gayle was fined 30 per cent of his match fee yesterday for his on-field banter with Australian batsman Michael Clarke during the ICC Champions Trophy Group A match.
Lashings, Jamaica sign deal
WESTERN BUREAU: JAMAICA AND the internationally-renowned Lashings World XI are set to meet in a 40-overs cricket match on December 2 at the new Tre-lawny multi-purpose stadium as part of the exciting four-day Jamaica Cricket Festival of Stars.
Burrell off to SA for official launch of World Cup 2010
FORMER JAMAICA Football Federation (JFF) president, Captain Horace Burrell, will leave the island today for South Africa to participate in that country's official launch for the 2010 World Cup finals.
Pick-9 heading for $8 million
Pick-9 fever should intensify an hour or so before post time at Caymanas Park tomorrow, what with a whopping $6.5 million carryover sweetening the pot. After eluding punters for the past eight racedays, the Pick-9 could offer a payout...
FROM THE BOUNDARY - That's the way to go, West Indies
I HAVE always believed that although they are not right now the best in the world, this West Indies team, at their best and on their day, can beat any team in the world, including the best - and on Wednesday they demonstrated...