|Powell and Co back on track at UWI meet
ASAFA POWELL, the world's fastest man, along with Olympic Games sprint relay gold medallists Sherone Simpson and Aleen Bailey are expected to continue their early-season preparations at Saturday's University.
Tough task ahead of Naggo Head
WITH MOST of the teams in the Wray and Nephew National Premier League completing their second-round fixtures, the focus will again be on the attempt by promoted side Naggo Head to attempt the near impossible - beat relegation.
Manley, JC and Eltham lead the way
TWO-TIME DEFENDING cham-pions Eltham, Norman Manley and Jamaica College (JC) have emerged as the top teams in the Grace Shield Premier League.
Totally stumped by ruling on King
WHEN THE Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) touring management team booted striker Marlon King from camp ahead of the England friendly for rowdy behaviour, I thought it was a tough but understandable decision. However, I must admit to being totally stumped
Lucky Pepsi consumer wins final package
ONE LUCKY Pepsi consumer has won an all-inclusive package to watch the final in Barbados. In addition, 1,000 others will win tickets to see matches at Sabina Park and four children from the SOS Village will.
Munro, Wolmer's to battle for title
DEFENDING CHAMPIONS Munro College and Wolmer's will contest the final of the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association/Jamaica Hockey Federation boys' Under-19 competition after recording semi-final victories yesterday at the Mona hockey...
Group in Europe plans to shut door on Jones
LONDON (Reuters): EUROPEAN ATHLETICS meet organisers plan to bar American former three-time Olympic champion Marion Jones from their races when they meet next month, officials said. The Euromeetings Group is also likely to close its doors...
Simpson a safe bet for UTech award
SHERONE SIMPSON, the world's fastest woman, has been shortlisted for the University of Technology's (UTech) Sportswoman of the Year award. The function will be held this evening starting with cocktails at 6:00.