|'St Bess' in charge
ST. ELIZABETH are poised to win the Super Cup after dominating yesterday's opening day against Melbourne in their top-of-the-table clash at Melbourne Oval.
Mind your business
Hosts The Gleaner defeated archrivals Jamaica Electrical Company (JETS) 139-132 in their Business House Division One domino encounter on Friday evening.
Letters - Fire the WICB, boycott cricket!
THE EDITOR, Sir: THE ENTIRE West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) should voluntarily step down or be fired. They are a plague to the progress of West Indian cricket.
Ramdin reprimanded for showing dissent
WEST INDIES wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin has been reprimanded for showing dissent during his team's Twenty20 international loss to England.
Chadman too hot in feature
CHAMPION TRAINER Wayne DaCosta's CHADMAN yesterday outclassed stablemate PASSA PASSA and eight other rivals to romp the 1400-metre LC McKenzie Memorial Cup feature race by seven and a quarter-length at Caymanas Park.
Lofty praise for Jamaican youngsters
THE AMERICAN athletes who participated in last week's RuJohn NBA/NFL Celebrity Sports Camp have described the athleticism, attitude, enthusiasm and discipline of the children they have worked with as "unbelievable".
A glimmer of hope as WI go hunting once again
THE WEST Indies open their three-match one-day series against England today at Lord's and after their recent performances in the Test and one-day versions of the game hardly anyone, probably with the exception of their mothers and fathers, is willing to to bet a cent on them winning a match let alone the series.
Tough going for Harbour View Lakers
HARBOUR VIEW Lakers lost their fourth game of the season without even putting up a fight on Thursday when they forfeited their game against Runnin' Rebels in the KFC National Basketball League.
Reggae Boyz face Iran tomorrow
JAMAICA'S REGGAE Boyz will look to end their four-game friendly tour of Asia on a high note when they face 47th ranked Iran in a noon (Ja time) encounter at the Azadi Stadium in Tehran tomorrow.
Alinghi in command
ALINGHI FOUGHT back from behind to beat Team New Zealand and take their lead in the America's Cup to 4-2 yesterday, putting them just one win away from defending sailing's most coveted prize.
Sunday Chat - Cycle of abuse hurting Weller's sport
HIS THUMB AND forefinger are a hair's breadth apart as Jamaica's most famous cyclist, David Weller, reveals how close he was to turning to performance-enhancing drugs.