|Do-or-die for Young Boyz
TWELVE MINUTES away from certain elimination, Jamaica's young Reggae Boyz staged a miraculous last stand, coming from two goals behind to knock off regional kingpins, the United States, and set up a winner-take-all showdown...
U-17 coach urges support for team in crucial match
DAVID HUNT, coach of Jamaica's Under-17 football team, is urging the public to come out in their numbers to support the Young Reggae Boyz as they face regional rivals Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) in a do-or-die clash ...
Samuels slays Trelawny
DISCARDED WEST Indies batsman Marlon Samuels highlighted yesterday's opening round of the Super Cup with an impressive double century for Melbourne against Trelawny at Melbourne Oval.
WIPA asks players to sign tour contracts
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC):THE WEST Indies Players Association (WIPA) has advised its players to sign their match/tour contracts, paving the way for the tour of England to proceed as planned.
Sarwan 'ready' for responsibilities
GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC):NEWLY INSTALLED West Indies captain Ramnaresh Sarwan says he is ready to make the necessary adjustments needed for the top post.
Dravid injured ahead of Bangladesh tour
KOLKATA, India (Reuters);INDIA CAPTAIN Rahul Dravid suffered a head injury at practice yesterday, two days before the team is due to leave for its tour of Bangladesh.
A disappointing World Cup
CHRISTOPHER DEHRING promised the world not only a World Cup to remember but also the best World Cup ever.
St Jago High fêtes winning basketballers
. JAGO High School recognised the achievement of its basketballers by honouring them at a luncheon held at Arians Restaurant, Twickenham Park, last week.
Rangers defeat Celtic
RANGERS CLINCHED a Champions League slot with a 2-0 home win over Scottish Premier League winners Celtic yesterday in the final derby clash of the season.
Schalke hold on to lead
BERLIN (Reuters):SCHALKE 04 held on to their one-point lead with two games to play in the Bundesliga thanks to a 1-0 win at home to Nuremberg yesterday, as VfB Stuttgart kept up the heat with a 2-0 win over Mainz.
Manchester United move closer to title
MANCHESTER UNITED took a giant step towards the Premier League title when they beat Manchester City 1-0 in a one-sided local derby yesterday to open up an eight-point lead over defending champions Chelsea.
Spaniards on course for semi-final berth
VALENCIA, Spain (Reuters):DESAFIO ESPANOL were on course for a top-four finish after seeing off direct rivals Shosholoza and Mascalzone Latino at the Louis Vuitton Cup yesterday.
New Jersey Nets bounce Raptors
EAST RUTHERFORD, New Jersey (Reuters):RICHARD JEFFERSON scored the go-ahead points with 8.3 seconds left and then made a leaping steal to help the New Jersey Nets beat the Toronto Raptors 98-97 and clinch their play-off series on Friday night.
Business House basketball officially launched
THE 2007 Business House Basketball Association's (BHBA) Three-on-Three competition was officially launched yesterday at the Alhambra Inn in St. Andrew with the theme "moving into the future".<".
Street Sense breaks jinxes
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (AP):STREET SENSE roared from next-to-last in a 20-horse field to win the Kentucky Derby, putting trainer Carl Nafzger back in the winner's circle 17 years after his first visit yesterday.
Hat-trick for hot Mullings
JOCKEY ONEIL Mullings highlighted yesterday's 11-race programme at Caymanas Park with three winners, including the highly fancied CHINA TOWN who squeezed home in the Henry George Harrison Sr.