|Boys Town on the prowl
BOYS TOWNS technical director, Andrew Price, has been stressing from day one their intent on making its Collie Smith Drive home base an imposing and fearsome fortress by taking three points off every opponent who...
Windies to host 20/20 World Cup
MOHALI, India (AP):MINUTES AFTER speaking about maintaining the primacy of Test cricket, International Cricket Council (ICC) chief executive Haroon Lorgat announced yesterday that a Twenty20 World Cup would be staged in the West Indies in 2010.
Three newcomers named in Jamaica's squad
THREE NEWCOMERS - Yanick Elliott, Horace Miller and Gavin Wallace - have been included in an inexperienced Jamaica squad to defend their regional one-day cricket title.
Champions Garvey sent packing
WESTERN BUREAU:A NEW champion will be crowned in the ISSA/Pepsi-/Digicel daCosta Cup as defending champions Garvey Maceo were sent packing from the competition yesterday, following a 1-1 draw against Old Harbour, who ended up...
Big four move to top of Premiership table
LONDON (AP):SALOMON KALOU scored twice and set up another yesterday in Chelseas 5-0 romp at Middles-brough to maintain the Blues high-scoring title charge in the Premier League.
Campbell outlines leadership vision
PERFORMANCE, growth innovation and development are the key aims of Paul Campbells Leadership for Today ...
Lets do it all and quickly at that
THE HEROES of Beijing the medallists and world-record breakers have been paraded, feted and serenaded by a grateful nation and, once again, many, many thanks to them.
Hamilton wary as he nears title
SHANGHAI, China (AP):CHAMPIONSHIP LEADER Lewis Hamilton wants his rivals to play fair in todays Chinese Formula One Grand Prix and not try to sabotage his title bid.
Ganguly century gives Indians the upper hand
MOHALI, India (AP):MICHAEL HUSSEY was battling to keep Australia in contention in the second Test yesterday after Sourav Ganguly put India in a dominant position on the second day with his 16th Test century.
Venus fights back to reach Zurich final
ZURICH, Switzerland (AP):VENUS WILLIAMS rallied from a set down to beat Ana Ivanovic 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 yesterday in the Zurich Open semi-finals.
Spinner humbles Kiwi batsmen
CHITTAGONG, Bangladesh (AP):BANGLADESH SPINNER Shakib al Hasan shattered New Zealands batting order with a career best 6-31 to reduce the tourists to 155-9 at stumps yesterday on the second day of the first Test.
Miss Ruth wins Cash Pot
Unbeaten two-year-old filly MISS RUTH is driven out by jockey Shane Ellis to hold the marginal favourite BRUCEONTHELOOSE (Winston Griffiths) at bay in the $2.5 million Cash Pot 'Only On For Me' Trophy race over 1200 metres at Caymanas Park yesterday.
Wanliss in a historic gold strike
TWENTY-YEAR-old Mon-tegonian, Alrick Wanliss, created Jamaican taekwondo history yesterday when he won black belt gold in the microweight division at the third International Taekwondo Federation (ITF) World Cup in Riva Del...
Excelsior qualify for Walker Cup
EXCELSIOR AND St George's College played to a 3-3 draw in their final Group E ISSA/Pepsi/-Digicel Manning Cup encounter at Courtney Walsh Oval yesterday.
Tank-Weld sweep domino awards
Tank-Weld copped the major prizes at Friday evenings Jamaica Electrical Technologies (JET) Business House domino presentation function at the Knutsford Court Hotel, New Kingston.