|Morton, Shiv to the rescue
RUNAKO MORTON and Shivnarine Chanderpaul rescued West Indies with an unbroken, fifth-wicket century stand as the tourists struggled in bleak conditions on the opening day of their three-day tour match against Somerset yesterday.
Young guns all set for NY event
SEVERAL OF Jamaica's top junior athletes will once again journey to New York next month for the second staging of the Island Games, dubbed 'Caribbean vs United States'.
Not the best, but good enough
THE CRICKET World Cup has come and gone, and there are still those who are lamenting, not so much the hosting of it, but more so the fact that the governments of the region spent so much money preparing for it.
Mind Your Business
The Digicel Business House 20-over-a-side knockout competition continues today with a full slate of matches, starting at noon.
Il Caimano stuns rivals
THE 14-1 outsider IL CAIMANO entered the Derby picture with a bang yesterday at Caymanas Park when he captured the 67th running of the Lotto Classic for the Governor's Cup over 2000 ahead of his more fancied stable-companion, MUCHO GUSTO.
Birdie streak takes O'Hair into TPC lead
AMERICAN SEAN O'Hair birdied the last three holes to grab a one-shot lead at the Players Championship after yesterday's third round yielded a glut of low scores.
Georgia Tennis Club selects new committee
THE GEORGIA Tennis Club, operators of the only club grass courts in Jamaica, have elected a new management committee for the year ending March 2008.
Gayle passed fit after injuring hand
OPENER CHRIS Gayle has been cleared by medical officials after being hit on the knuckles early on the opening day of the West Indies'opening tour match against Somerset yesterday.
Granville seek to upset Montpelier
MONTPELIER WILL be aiming to at least protect their first-leg 1-0 advantage, while Granville will be gunning to turn the tables on them when the teams meet in this afternoon's Captain's Bakery Western Super Football League second leg final at the Catherine Hall Stadium in Montego Bay.
Nadal struggles to final
RAFAEL NADAL survived one of the toughest battles in his long claycourt winning streak when he edged out Nikolay Davydenko 7-6, 6-7, 6-4 to reach the final of the Rome Masters yesterday.
'St Bess' in charge
ST. ELIZABETH and Westmoreland secured first innings leads over defending champions St. Catherine CC and Trelawny in second-round action from the Jamaica Cricket Association's (JCA) Super Cup yesterday.
Warriors get better of Jazz
GOLDEN STATE continued their solid play-off form at the Oakland Coliseum with a 125-105 victory over the Utah Jazz in their second round series on Friday night, Baron Davis leading the Warriors with 32 points and nine assists.