|Portmore whip Boys' Town
PORTMORE UNITED continued their climb up the table with an emphatic 4-1 whipping of Boys' Town in their Wray and Nephew National Premier League game at Collie Smith Drive yesterday. Former champions Portmore jumped two places to fifth in the standings...
Tivoli fight to 1-0 win
WITH ONLY 12 minutes remaining, Fabian Davis gave Tivoli Gardens much-anticipated relief with a thumping goal that secured a 1-0 win over August Town in their Wray and Nephew seventh round National Premier League (NPL) match at Edward Seaga Sports...
Major Mayer takes Royal Dad Trophy
THIS YEAR'S Derby winner, RANSOM MAN, threw in a clinker in yesterday's circular nine feature for the Royal Dad Trophy at Caymanas Park, the race resulting in a post-to-post victory for 8-1 chance MAJOR MAYER.
Arnett on the rise
ARNETT GARDENS continued their rapid rise from the Wray and Nephew National Premier League doldrums following a hard-fought 3-2 victory over Reno at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex yesterday.
Asafa Powell, Sherone Simpson nominated
WORLD 100 METRES record holder Asafa Powell and this season's fastest woman, Sherone Simpson, have been nominated for the 2006 International Association of Athletics Federations' (IAAF) Performance of the Year award.
Frome, Clarendon in final
WESTERN BUREAU: FROME TECHNICAL High School and Clarendon College advanced to the final of the Ben Francis Cup Knockout yesterday afternoon when they registered contrasting wins over Petersfield and Titchfield in their semi-finals in rural Jamaica.
Kiwis claim first semi-final spot
MOHALI, India (AP): STEPHEN FLEMING celebrated his captaincy world record yesterday by leading New Zealand to a 51-run victory over Pakistan that clinched them a place in the semi-finals in the limited-overs Champions Trophy.