|CC derail St James train
CORNWALL COLLEGE ended St. James High School's unbeaten run in the ISSA/Pepsi/Digicel daCosta Cup yesterday when a hat-trick by national Under-20 player Edward Campbell gave them a 3-1 victory at Jarrett Park.
Penwood to face Bridgeport heat
PENWOOD ARE expected to have a tough time containing rampaging defending champions Bridgeport when the teams meet today at the Cling Cling Oval in one of three scheduled ISSA/Pepsi/Digicel Manning Cup Group D fixtures.
Girls make a winning start
JAMAICA'S REGGAE Girls got their Olympic qualification bid off to a winning start in round one of the Caribbean qualifiers when they turned back Bermuda 4-0 at the Antigua Recreation Ground yesterday.
Lambert over Gayle for Jamaica's captaincy
WHAT DOES it take to be the player who dons the title of captain on a cricket team?Do you have to be the best player on the team? Do you have to be the most experienced? Do you have to be the man the team likes best? Or do you have to be the person who can garner the most respect from all persons in and around the game? (Foster)
Banjuhar dies in freak accident at Caymanas
MEDICAL ACCOUNT, running at odds of 7-2, won the Violet Armond Memorial Cup feature over 1600 metres at Caymanas Park yesterday, but his job was made easier following the death of the hot ante-post favourite BANJUHAR from a freak accident in his stall.
Drogba's late goal sinks Valencia
AC MILAN and Liverpool were upset in the Champions League yesterday, while Chelsea won 2-1 at Valencia with a late goal from Didier Drogba.Defending champions Milan lost 2-1 at Celtic after a 90th-minute goal from Scott McDonald.
South Africa maintain edge
SPINNER PAUL Harris took five wickets and wicketkeeper Mark Boucher set a new record for most dismissals as South Africa nosed ahead of Pakistan on the third day of the first Test yesterday.
Goals galore in Europe's best league
THE DEBATE rages on as to which of the top-five European leagues is best and from the vantage of competitiveness, skill, flair and passion, at least four can stake their claim as the ultimate.
Hair fights back against ICC
AUSTRALIAN UMPIRE Darrell Hair on Tuesday accused the International Cricket Council (ICC) of bowing to racial pressure in sanctioning him over the Oval Test fiasco while allowing West Indian Billy Doctrove to go unpunished."