Defending Champions Jamaica College (JC) retained the Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/LIME Manning Cup after a hard-fought 2-1 extra-time win over Charlie Smith High in the final at the National Stadium yesterday.
The Digicel Cup 2014 Inter-school Clay Challenge, featuring shooters in the age group 7-18, will be staged today at the Portmore Range in St Catherine, with action set to start at 9 a.m.
Western Bureau:When Montego Bay United meet Reno FC this evening at 5 o'clock in the Flow Champions Cup KO final at the Montego Bay Sports Complex, it will be a clash of two of western Jamaica's most successful clubs.
Western Bureau:St Elizabeth Technical clipped Dinthill Technical 1-0 in Montego Bay yesterday to book a date in the showpiece daCosta Cup final against Clarendon College on November 29.
LUCAS STREET, Barbados (CMC):Heavy rains once again forced the abandonment of play in the WICB Professional Cricket League second-round game between Barbados Pride and Jamaica here yesterday.A strong weather system, which moved into the area late...
After a five-year hiatus, the Caribbean Awards for Sports Icons (CASI) looks set to be held in Grenada in September 2015.
LONDON (AP):Manchester United inflicted Arsenal's first Premier League home loss in 15 months yesterday in a 2-1 victory that propelled the fallen power into the top four for the first time under Louis van Gaal after a faltering start.
CAMPESINO and BUTLER CABIN, both highly fancied, won the co-feature races at Caymanas Park yesterday in contrasting fashion, the Philip Feanny-trained CAMPESINO landing the open allowance race over 1400 metres for the Gladiator Trophy to win for the second consecutive raceday over the same distance.
With the sun setting on the 2014 Formula 1 season with today's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, the sport's powerbrokers and fans are getting the season they wanted - a title fight that goes until the last lap; a duel in the desert.
Jamaica's success at the 2014 CFU Caribbean Cup didn't come without ups and downs. Below is a look at players and coaches whose stock rose, stayed on par or fell during the tournament.
The big three of cricket, India, England, and Australia, recently took over the International Cricket Conference after promising its members, every one of them, more money, plenty more money.Every member, from the West Indies to Bangladesh, excluding...