|Hinds points to indiscipline
Jamaica's senior team cricket captain, Wavell Hinds, has blamed indiscipline for Jamaica's poor performance during last season's regional Carib Beer tournament.
Barbados call on Nurse
Legendary West Indies batsman Seymour Nurse has joined the Barbados camp as the team continues its preparations for the upcoming regional first class season.
JC development meet to kick off 2007 track season
THE annual WATA/Ciclon/JC development meet will kick off the 2007 track and field season at Old Hope Road, on Saturday, January 6.
Ramgeet on the double
UNITED STATES-based jockey Andrew Ramgeet won yesterday's co-features at Caymanas Park in contrasting fashion aboard the impressive American-bred LADY HASTINGS and AITCHEMESBEAGLE.
Ntini destroys India
Makhaya Ntini bowled South Africa to victory in the second Test against India yesterday. South Africa won by 174 runs to level the series at 1-1 with one match left to play.
Australians hail Stu Clark's rise
As the careers of Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath prepare to disappear into the sunset, Australia's players were united in hailing Stuart Clark the heir apparent as the team's most influential strike bowler.
Manchester United now six clear
Cristiano Ronaldo's hot streak continued yesterday with two more goals in Manchester United's 3-2 victory over Reading at Old Trafford which put them six points clear in the Premier League.
Disappointing year for Jamaica's cricket
The minutes are ticking by, 2006 is fast receding into history, and as it does so, memories of the year keep flashing before my eyes. (Becca)