| Eltham win Walker Cup
Eltham High captured their first schoolboy football title, edging Jamaica College (JC) 1-0 to lift the JN/Pepsi/ISSA Walker Cup at Stadium East playing field yesterday.
'A special delivery'
After just two short years of participating in schoolboy football, Eltham High created history when they slipped by Jamaica College 1-0, denying the Old Hope Road team yet another Walker Cup at the National Stadium East playing field yesterday.
No experimenting this time
AHMEDABAD, India (CMC): West Indies will be looking to strengthen their hopes for the ICC Champions Trophy when they face England in their final Group A match this morning at the Sardar Patel (Gujarat) Stadium.
W'house players strike over trip
The Wray and Nephew National Premier League (NPL) defending champions, Waterhouse, are having internal struggles.
Beating India secured WI objectives, says Lara
AHMEDABAD, India (CMC): West Indies captain Brian Lara believes that although the team put the entire region through another nerve-wracking finish in their victory over India in the ICC Champions Trophy Thursday, they prevented their fans from...
Go-karters ready to rock Palisadoes
After almost two months of non-activity at the Palisadoes International Raceway, Kingston, Go-Kart racing resumes tomorrow afternoon, with a packed 10-race programme.
Ntini blasts out Pakistan
MOHALI, India (Reuters): Makhaya Ntini captured five for 21 to rout Pakistan for 89 yesterday, powering South Africa into the Champions Trophy semi-finals with a 124-run victory.
More on race-fixing
This is the final presentation in my three-part series on the race-fixing phenomenon and today I will focus on a few of the type of bets employed by the perpetrators.
ICC CHAMPIONS TROPHY - Windies roll on
SUCH IS the fickle nature of one-day cricket that a single loss can turn high praise into wailing and gnashing of teeth, but you've got to hand it to them, the West Indies look real fine to date at the ICC Champions Trophy in India.
ICC allays fears on outstanding - Sunset legislation
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC): A SENIOR legal counsel for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 has allayed fears that the region's hosting of the event could be in jeopardy because, with just a few days before the November 1 deadline, a number of the host...
US pledges support for region's security plans
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (Reuters): THE UNITED States called for tight security and safeguards against terrorism on Thursday, as nine Caribbean nations prepared to host next year's world cricket championship in the West Indies.
Trinidad promotes World Cup abroad
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC): TRINIDAD AND Tobago's Local Organising Committee (LOC) for the 2007 ICC World Cup in the Caribbean recently embarked on a tour of the North American diaspora which includes New York, the Tri-State area...
'Peak' set to explode
None of the 10 races at Caymanas Park today offer a trophy, hence the focus of attention is the 3-y-o and up open allowance race over 1100 metres.
Frome, CC in showdown
Western Bureau: The first rural champion of the 2006 ISSA/Pepsi/JN schoolboy football season will be decided this afternoon when Clarendon College (CC) meet Frome Technical in the Ben Francis Cup Knock Out final at the St. Elizabeth...
U-20 Boyz must win
Despite holding a perfect record in the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) World Cup qualifying series, Jamaica's Under-20 team have it all to do today when they play against Haiti in Port-Au-Prince.
Sunshine Girlz to face Trinis
The Jamaica Netball Association announced a 15-member squad to play a tri-Test series against Trinidad and Tobago, set to begin on November 10.
Grenada denies plans to paint stadium in political colours
ST GEORGE'S, Grenada (CMC): AN OFFICIAL of Grenada's Local Organising Committee (LOC) for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 has denied reports that the government has ordered the repainting of the National Stadium in a colour with which the...