|Gayle hammers South Africa
JAIPUR, India (CMC): CHRIS GAYLE smashed his 15th one-day international century as West Indies booked their place in the ICC Champions Trophy final with a comfortable six-wicket drubbing of South Africa at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium yesterday.
IOC boss here for hectic two-day visit
A HECTIC two days of engagements in Jamaica await president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Count Jacques Rogge. The IOC president was due to arrive here late last night from Cuba and will be in the island...
Response to his advice by WI players pleases Lloyd
JAIPUR, India (CMC): FORMER WEST Indies captain Clive Lloyd said yesterday he was pleased with the way the West Indies players had responded to his advice. Lloyd, who led the West Indies in 74 Tests along with the 1975, 1979 and 1983 Cricket...
Legends in racing and more
Recently, there has been much discussion on the awesome quality of MIRACLE MAN and how he compares with other horses of previous years. I have always found these arguments to be of interest only because of the memories which they rekindle.
Jamaica College set sights on revenge against Eltham
JAMAICA COLLEGE will have their hearts set on serving up a cold dish of revenge when they face Walker Cup champions Eltham in a rematch of the final in today's feature game of the ISSA/Pepsi/JN Manning Cup 3:00 p.m. at the Spanish Town Prison Oval.
FROM THE BOUNDARY - Nice going, West Indies
THE WEST Indies have not yet turned the corner - at least not as far as Test cricket is concerned. Based on their performance in the ICC Champions Trophy, however, they are going well in the limited-over version...
Jamaica, T&T to clash for final spot
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC): THE NATIONAL Under-20 teams of Trinidad and Tobago and Jamaica will clash in a home-and-away series next month for the last available Caribbean Football Union (CFU) spot in the CONCACAF World Youth Cup qualifying finals.