Lloyd apologises, says walkout a 'mistake'

NEW DELHI, India (CMC): West Indies chief selector, Clive Lloyd, has apologised for the one-day side's abrupt walkout of the tour of India and says the players have made a mistake.

Davis set to return from injury

ILLINOIS, United States: Jamaica will get a welcome boost going into their final group game of the CONCACAF Women's Championship (CWC) with the likely return of influential midfielder Omalyn Davis from a leg injury for the Reggae Girlz' crucial clash with Mexico tomorrow in Washington, DC.

Reggae Girlz have no option

ILLINOIS, United States: Battle lines are drawn. Jamaica's mission is set. The Reggae Girlz must beat Mexico tomorrow in the CONCACAF Women's Championship (CWC) to continue their bid for first-time qualification at a football World Cup.

Harbour View 'step up' to secure win

Harbour View beat Sporting Central Academy 2-0 in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) seventh-round action at Harbour View Stadium yesterday.

Lucky Liverpool win after dramatic finish

LIVERPOOL (AP): Liverpool profited from an own goal in the fifth minute of injury time to escape with a 3-2 win over Queens Park Rangers (QPR) yesterday after one of the most chaotic finishes to an English Premier League game.

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Come Dance With Me for SVL Cash Pot Trophy

The rich and prestigious Supreme Ventures Limited (SVL) Two-Year-Old Series - comprising three races - commences at Caymanas today with the 10th running of the Cash Pot Only One For Me Trophy over 1200 metres for a purse of $2.95 million.

'Waterhouse rally for victory

WESTERN BUREAU: Waterhouse logged their third win of the 2014 Red Stripe Premier League campaign, coming from one goal down to defeat Reno FC 3-1 in their seventh-round match at Frome Sports Complex yesterday.

Bell/Ziadie Memorial Fun Day

Clive 'Busy' Campbell, chief organiser of Masters and Celebrities Inc, is encouraging football lovers to come out and support the 27th staging of the Bell/Ziadie Memorial Fun Day football matches at Winchester Park, St George's College, today.

'The Axeman' cuts down Donaire in sixth round

Jamaica's Golden Boy of boxing, 28-year-old Nicholas "The Axeman" Walters, served notice that he is on track to become one of boxing's greatest fighters, when he stopped 31-year-old Nonito 'The Filipino Flash' Donaire in six rounds, at the StubHub Center in Carson City, California, last Saturday night.

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