GARVEY MACEO claimed their first daCosta Cup crown following one of the most closely fought finals in recent times against parish mates and defending champions Glenmuir at Brancourt yesterday.
FIFA bans high-altitude games
FIFA APPROVED a ban on international matches staged at stadiums over 2,750 metres above sea level without acclimatisation during an executive committee meeting yesterday.
'Fab five' seek glory Down Under
A QUINTET of India's golden generation of cricketers have a final tilt at glory in Australia when the team embark on a difficult tour next week.
Lawson and the WI selectors
FOUR YEARS ago, up to May 2003, fast bowler Jermaine Lawson was the talk of the region.In fact, as one of the fastest bowlers in the world, as a bowler who had taken six wickets for three runs against Bangladesh, a hat-trick against Australia then, in the following match, seven wickets for 78 runs against the same side...
It is I wins Ashenheim Cup at Caymanas
TRIBUTES CONTINUED to pour in for the late Richard Ashenheim who served the horse racing industry in many capacities for over 40 years. Ashenheim, a 'Hall of Fame' inductee in the racing personality category in 1985, died on Friday in Bermuda where he had been residing for the past two years... Coincidentally, one of the four trophy races on the nine-race programme was run in his honour.
Green, Barnett run away with cross-country titles
RUPERT GREEN and Royalty Track Club's Tanice Barnett are the senior male and female Jamaica Amateur Athletics Association (JAAA) National Cross-Country champions.
Portmore fancied in final
TIVOLI GARDENS and Portmore United will be in a position this evening to decide their pre-Christ-mas present when they contest the end-of-first-round final of the Cash Plus Premier League (CPPL) at the Harbour View Stadium.
Man City beat Wanderers 4-2
MANCHESTER CITY came from behind to beat Bolton Wanderers 4-2 yesterday to keep their 100 per cent home record and go fourth in the Premier League while the big guns enjoyed a day off.
Windies and Proteas lock horns today
THE WEST Indies and South Africa will have their first close look at each other, when the two teams meet in the first of two Twenty20 Internationals today at the Sahara Oval St. George's.
Sunday Chat - Canny Campbell breaking boundaries with a whistle
THEY SAY lightning doesn't strike twice. However, for Jamaican international umpire Sylvester Campbell it happened when he and fellow countryman Dalton Hinds created history by becoming the first males to officiate in a World Netball Championship final last month.
Martin is taking his game to a higher level
ONE DREAM realised, Kristofer Martin leaves next Saturday to take up a scholarship at Bethune Cookman University in the United States, with a focus to rally his tennis potential to a different level.
Celtics remain unbeaten at home
THE BOSTON Celtics registered a 12th straight home victory with a 104-82 thrashing of the Milwaukee Bucks on Friday night, Paul Pierce leading the way with a game-high 32 points.