Western Bureau:Mexico drew their last CONCACAF Group B match 1-1 against Haiti here in Montego Bay on Thursday, but that was simply seen as a weakened team picked mainly to rest several top players ahead of tonight's big clash in the championship final against Panama at 8 o'clock.
Jamaica Franchise captain Nikita Miller believes the innings played by Guyana Jaguars, and West Indies one-day discard, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, was the main reason behind their six wickets defeat in the semi-finals of for their WICB NAGICO Insurance Super50 at Queen's Park Oval on Thursday.
The Big Shot Invitational meet for local throwers is on today at Excelsior High School starting at 8:30 a.m.
Maiden three-year-old colts and geldings hold centrestage at Caymanas Park today when a maximum field of 16 lines up for the Mercury Sprint over the straight five course.
Cambridge United's Tom Elliott (left) vies for the ball with Manchester United's Matcos Rojo during their English FA Cup fourth round in Cambridge, England, yesterday.
Trinidad (CMC):Veteran West Indies left-hander Shiv Chan-derpaul narrowly fell short of his second regional one-day hundred as he brilliantly anchored Guyana Jaguars into the final of the NAGICO Super50 here late Thursday night.
South Africa (CMC ):South Africa will rest strike bowler Dale Steyn for the remainder of the last two one-day Internationals (ODI) against West Indies.
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP):Roger Federer is out of the Australian Open, his chances of reaching a 12th consecutive semi-final at Melbourne Park erased in a shocking third-round loss to Andreas Seppi on Friday.
The top-five shooters from the 100 Birds A Class were in superb form at the inaugural Driftwood Gun Club's inter-club competition, which set the tone for some 'near-perfect and world class' shooting among 92 of Jamaica's top shooters at the Portmore Range in St Catherine.
KINGSTON:The Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) delegation which visited Jamaica to conduct a workshop last weekend is satisfied with the sport's progress regionally and is now targeting further growth.
The second annual LIME Foundation 'Run for the Children', which took place on Sunday, saw an 80 per cent boost in participation over its inaugural staging in 2014.
The long wait is over for Portsmouth Primary, as they copped their first Institute of Sports (INSPORTS) Portmore Primary Schools Netball League title with a nerve-wracking 13-12 victory in over-time against rivals Greater Portmore at the Kensington Primary Courts last Thursday.