Manning Cup champions Jamaica College (JC) completed the schoolboy football double yesterday after beating daCosta Cup winners St Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) 2-0 at the Stadium East field in the return leg of the...
Western Bureau:Irwin Primary are the inaugural Samsung Cup rural area champions, after their thrilling 1-0 victory in yesterday's final against favourites Corinaldi Avenue Primary at the Montego Bay Sports Complex.
Sometimes one man can make a big difference.
Defending champions Harbour View will be going for their fifth consecutive win and their seventh overall when they host former champions Tivoli Gardens in the Red Stripe Premier League...
Western Bureau:Jamaican Gregory McKenzie won the 13th staging of the Reggae Marathon in Negril yesterday, ahead of two British runners who chased him all the way from the start.
ADELAIDE, Australia (AP):Mitchell Johnson terrified the England batsmen yesterday taking seven wickets with some fearsome fast bowling and helping Australia move to the cusp of back-to-back victories to start the Ashes series.
As the world mourns the passing of freedom fighter Nelson Mandela, I recall with a great deal of nostalgia, meeting the great man in person in South Africa in February 1992.
Another Sunday meet is on at Caymanas Park today, the 10-race programme featuring the annual renewal of the Jamaica Racehorse Owners' Association Trophy race over 2000 metres, this for overnight allowance horses.
The 2011 St Leger winner, COMMANDING CHIEF, made short work of his seven opponents to win the 42nd running of the Catherine Peak Gold Cup feature for top class horses at Caymanas Park yesterday, with customary rider Paul 'Country' Francis aboard.
MANCHESTER, England (AP):The most unpredictable Premier League season in years threw up more surprises yesterday when Chelsea conceded a 90th-minute winner at Stoke and beleaguered defending champions Manchester United lost to Newcastle for a second...
Cricket voted unanimously, one-sidedly, and embarrassingly so for a change in direction a week or so ago, and in so doing, gave the reins to Billy Heaven and his team, which includes Dr Don Bennett, Courtney Walsh, Fitz Harris, and Wayne Sutherland.
DUNEDIN, New Zealand (CMC):Off-spinner Shane Shillingford led a West Indies fightback in the opening Test against New Zealand which ended in a draw yesterday.