|Explosive Jamaica seeking atonement
CAYON, St. Kitts (CMC): Jamaica will seek to rebound from a disappointing showing in the four-day fixture when they face Leeward Islands in the opening round of the KFC Cup one-day tournament today at St. Mary's Park.
KFC Cup is 'a big opportunity'
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC): West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) president, Ken Gordon, said the KFC Cup one-day tournament beginning today would be of great importance to the region, especially with the Cricket World Cup just two months away.
Montego Bay NPL teams can't use Jarrett Park
Western Bureau: After making an allowance on Sunday to facilitate the Wray & Nephew National Premier League (NPL) game between Seba United and Boys' Town, chairman of the Jarrett Park Management Com-mittee (JPMC), Adrian Grant...
Central Kingston score mild upset
Central Kingston created a mild upset with a 1-0 win over Mountain View as the Western Union/KSAFA Jackie Bell KO continued yesterday at the Courtney Walsh Oval, Excelsior High School. Central Kingston, which sits atop the Major League...
Any bets to crash? Ask Joe
The Pick-9 again proved elusive at Caymanas Park on Saturday and the carryover to this weekend stands at a whopping $5.9 million. With the pot mushrooming during the holiday season, a payout in excess of $8 million looks a mere formality...
Man with the Midas Touch ...Ziadie providing sweet odds for gamblers
For the horseracing gambler, the chance to win more than half the time he bets is truly sweet odds. Yet that's what happened when punters wagered on horses saddled by Jamaican-born trainer, Kirk Ziadie, during the recent 'Tropical at Calder'...
FROM THE BOUNDARY - What to do when you win the toss
Jamaica's campaign in the regional Carib Beer cricket series got off to a disappointing start when, despite a century innings by captain Wavell Hinds, they dropped first innings points in a drawn match against the Leeward Islands...
Grace spruces up schoolboy competitions
The 2007 schoolboy cricket season bowls off today with an opening ceremony at Vere Technical High School, commencing at 9:00 a.m. Following the opening ceremony, hosts Vere Technical will face Kemps Hill High in the opening match...
Haiti move closer to Digicel Cup finals
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC): Haiti moved closer to the Digicel Caribbean Cup football final round with a solid 2-0 victory over Bermuda in their first-leg play-off match at the Ato Boldon Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
No apology, no football - Western Referees Group halts play
Western Bureau: Unresolved differences between the Jamaica Football Fede-ration (JFF) Western Confederation (JFFWC) and the Western Referees' Group (WRG) has left the 2006-07 Captain's Bakery Western Super Football League in limbo...
Police National open six-point gap
Police National extended its lead atop the Kingston and St. Andrew Football Association (KSAFA)/Jamaica National (JN) Super League to six points after a 3-2 victory over Cavalier at Constant Spring Complex on Saturday.
Boys' Town ban upsets Price
Andrew Price, coach of Boys' Town, was livid last night after learning that his team's home ground was banned for two games by the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) Competitions Committee. "That doesn't rest well with me.
Jetsetters cut Ravens' flight in top battle
Jetsetters 'A' defeated Ravens 'A' 32-26 in their Group One top-of-the table showdown in the Jamaica National (JN)/Jamaica Netball Association (JNA) Open League netball competition at the Leila Robinson Courts on Saturday.