|Collymore destroys Jamaica
The race is not for the swift, and with three days to go, it is not impossible that Jamaica could recover and win the regional Carib Beer cricket series match against Barbados in progress at Chedwin Park.
Lara urges Samuels to be consistent
CHENNAI, India (CMC): West Indies captain Brian Lara has praised Marlon Samuels but has urged the 26-year-old batsman to be more consistent. This comes following the Jamaican right-hander's attractive 98 as West Indies won the third one-day international.
Boys' Town on target
Reigning champions Boys' Town were made to sweat before getting by Central Kingston 4-3 on penalties in the quarter-final of the Western Union/Jackie Bell Knockout Competition at Winchester Park yesterday.
Waterhouse sneak past JDF
Just when the odds seemed impossibly stacked against premier league champions Waterhouse, a goal out of nothing from in-form striker Brian Wollaston saw them march past the Jamaica Defence Force 1-0 in Western Union/ KSAFA Jackie Bell action...
Arsenal snatch 1-1 draw
LONDON (Reuters) Arsenal had to come from behind to snatch a 1-1 draw against bogey team Bolton Wanderers as champions Chelsea cruised into the FA Cup fifth round with a 3-0 win over third division Nottingham Forest yesterday.
Fine-tuning security exercises get under way
Security personnel and representatives from ICC Cricket World Cup will converge on the Trelawny Multi-purpose Stadium today for the start of a three-day series of meetings and simulation exercises.
Federer lands a perfect 10
MELBOURNE (Reuters): Roger Federer achieved a perfect 10 at the Australian Open yesterday - and there was not a tear in sight. The defending champion quelled the challenge of swashbuckling Chilean Fernando Gonzalez 7-6, 6-4, 6-4, to lift his 10th...
Tivoli too hot for Santos
Tivoli Gardens rushed into the Western Union/KSAFA Jackie Bell KO semi-final with a comprehensive 3-1 beating of Santos at the Bell Chung Oval yesterday. Two goals by Richard West in the 26th and 51st minutes along with Oraine Simpson's...