|Alsafra for Superstakes
ALSAFRA, who has monopolised the Classics this year, seeks another big-race success in the 30th running of the richest ever Superstakes, sponsored by Caymanas Track Limited (CTL), to be contested by 10 top-class horses over 2000 metres.
Waterford stun Jamaica College
St George's College and Waterford High surged to the early lead in ISSA/Pepsi/Digicel Manning Cup Group Three, following identical 2-1 wins over Eltham High and defending champions Jamaica College (JC) at the Spanish Town...
Duhaney Park set to advance in Jackie Bell KO
Duhaney Park are heavily favoured to cruise into the next round of the KSAFA Jackie Bell knockout competition, when they face their most modest opposition since the start of the competition, Maxfield Park, at the Maverley field...
Rich history Jamaica's big race
THE SUPERSTAKES has had a long and colourful history.
Diack lashes IOC president for criticising Bolt
Lamine Diack has two reasons he is eagerly looking forward to a meeting with International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Jacques Rogge.
Wounded St James seek redemption
Western Bureau: Stung by their surprise 3-2 loss to Frome Technical in their first round Group One fixture on Wednesday, Ben Francis KO champions, St James High School, will seek to put their ISSA/Pepsi/Digicel daCosta Cup...
Knights look to sweep Bulls
Urban Knights could clinch their second straight title in the KFC National Basketball League (NBL) with a win in tonight's Game Two in the best-of-three Finals series against Port Royal Bulls, at the National Stadium Courts.
Juniors, high schools fight for honours
JAMAICA's top junior martial artists square off today at the third annual McKay Security Junior Taekwondo Championship and Senior Black Belt Invitational set for the University of Technology.
Krejza bags eight
NAGPUR, India (AP):Opener Simon Katich revived Australia's desperate hopes of forcing a result against India with an unbeaten 92 yesterday, after offspinner Jason Krejza kept the visitors in the fourth Test with eight first-innings wickets.
Champs UWI, Vikings in action
The University of the West Indies (UWI) women's 'A' team and Vikings men of Westmoreland will start the defence of their national volleyball club league titles today.
CTL Caribbean Sprint Championship attracting heat
WHILE THE Superstakes is undoubtedly the meet's showpiece event, the 20th running of the CTL Caribbean Sprint Championship, over 1200 metres, promises such keen competition that it could well be the race...
See how the crystal ball bounces
WELL, FOLKS, it's crystal ball time again as Nostratymus gets the magical orb out of the cupboard and looks into the future.
Tivoli hunt four straight
The 2008-09 Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS)/Jamaica Netball Association (JNA) Open League competition will start with a centre pass today at the Leila Robinson Courts, with the Jo Wigman Rally...
PERFORMER OF THE WEEK: Captaining the ship to victory
A WHIRLWIND captain's knock off 65 off 45 balls saw Chris Gayle guide the Stanford Superstars team to a 10-wicket drubbing of England on...
Packed home schedule ahead for West Indies
ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC):West Indies will host England, Bangladesh and India in one of the most active home international seasons in history.Collectively, the Caribbean side will contest six Tests, 12 One-day Internationals, and two Twenty20...
Ballards wins Intown SuperSave competition
LACOVIA, St Elizabeth:
BALLARDS VALLEY are champions of the Intown SuperSave Uprising Community cricket competition in St Elizabeth after beating Comma Pen by eight wickets in the final recently.
IN YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD: Content disqualified
Content, a St Ann-based team in the Social Development Commission's (SDC) National Community cricket competition, was disqualified on Wednesday from taking any further part in the competition.