|Jago survive Calabar scare
DEFENDING INTER-SECONDARY boys champions Calabar High gave St Jago High's crack sprint quartet a huge scare before losing in the final strides in an exciting end to the Gibson Relays Class One 4x100 metres relay at the National Stadium yesterday.
Bangladesh claim edge over South Africa
A HALF century by opener Junaid Siddique helped Bangladesh to 125 for four in their second innings, for an overall 147-run lead over South Africa after yesterday's second day of the first Test.
Portmore aim to extend lead
LEADERS PORTMORE United will seek to extend their lead in the Cash Plus Premier League (CPPL) today when the second series of matches in the third round of the four-round league kicks off today.
Royal Image impresses Ellis
ROYAL IMAGE, one of four winners for leading jockey Shane Ellis, turned in an awesome display at Caymanas Park yesterday to win the 15th running of the Sir Howard Stakes over 1200 metres for three-year-old colts and geldings by the resounding margin of 15 lengths.
Birmingham hold Arsenal to 2-2 draw
JAMES MCFADDEN converted an injury-time penalty kick to help Birmingham City draw with Arsenal 2-2 yesterday in a game marred by Eduardo da Silva's broken leg.
Holy Family edge out Maxfield
DEFENDING CHAMPIONS Holy Family Primary won their second consecutive lien on the 'CB' Chicken/ Institute of Sports/Kingston and St Andrew Corporation Primary Schools football competition, following a hard-fought, extra-time 2-1 victory over Maxfield at Barbican yesterday.
Barnes picks eight for training in Britain
AFTER SIX weeks of training and scouting across the region, Digicel Kick Start Clinics' head coach, John Barnes, yesterday selected eight Caribbean Under-20 footballers to take part in one week of training at Barclays Premier League side Sutherland.
T&T clinch spot in final
RUN-A-BALL half-century from wicket-keeper/batsman Patrick Browne took Barbados to the brink, but Dave Mohammed kept his composure in a tense final over to carry fierce rivals Trinidad and Tobago (T&T), to a five-run victory and a place in tonight's final of the Stanford Twenty20 Cup.
Kiwis lift ODI series
BRENDON MCCULLUM smashed 77 from 43 balls with six sixes to lead New Zealand to a series-clinching four-wicket win over England in the fifth limited-overs match yesterday.
Young West Indians among the also-rans
THE WORLD Under-19 cricket tournament enters its quarter-finals stage today and unfortunately for West Indians, the West Indies are out of it.