| Breese opts out
All-rounder Gareth Breese has decided against representing Jamaica in the upcoming 2007 Carib Beer/KFC Cup series, which is set to bowl off on January 4. Breese, who plays for Durham in the English County Championships, has advised the Jamaica Cricket...
Big guns misfire in tame draw
Defending champions Waterhouse and former champions Portmore United scuffled their way to yet another 0-0 draw as the Wray and Nephew National Premier League resumed at Ferdie Neita Park yesterday. The result mirrored the one that the teams had ...
World Cup to honour Carib personalities
KINGSTON, Jamaica (CMC): Outstanding Caribbean persons who have made significant contributions to their respective countries and to regional development will be honoured during next year's Cricket World Cup.
FROM THE BOUNDARY - Welcome Bora and good luck!
The Jamaica Football Feder-ation's new technical director, Velibor 'Bora' Milutinovic, has started working and every Jamaican wishes him well as he attempts to lift the standard of the country's football and in the process get Jamaica qualified...
Warne confirms exit after Ashes
MELBOURNE, Australia (CMC): Any hopes of spin wizard Shane Warne returning for next year's Cricket World Cup in the Caribbean were dashed with the announcement yesterday he would be retiring at the end of the Ashes series.
... 'Lara, Tendulkar are the best'
MELBOURNE, Australia (CMC): Australian leg-spinning legend Shane Warne has pinpointed Sachin Tendulkar and West Indies captain Brian Lara as the toughest batsmen he had had to bowl to during his 15-year international career.
Make a super start with Verity
Tomorrow's 10-race programme at Caymanas Park marks the final one before Christmas and punters will be keen to finish in the money, especially with a Pick-9 carryover of $1,015,990.50 in the offing.