Ja hunt Headley/Weekes trophy

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC):Jamaica will attempt to thwart rampant Barbados' charge towards yet another title, when the two teams meet in the semi-final of the Headley/Weekes Trophy today.

Junior stars seek glory at Carifta Games

The three-day Carifta Games begins in Fort-de-France, Martinique, this morning with several of the country's top junior athletes seeking to extend Jamaica's excellent record at the meet.

Chris Brown welcomes World Relays, wary of Jamaican 4x4 threat

ELEUTHERA, Bahamas:With the inaugural IAAF World Relays set to get going in his own backyard at the Thomas A Robinson Stadium on May 24 and 25, veteran Bahamian quarter-miler Chris Brown is eagerly looking forward to defending home soil and sees Jamaica's young mile relay team as a real threat going forward.

Rare loss on clay for Nadal

PARIS (AP):Rafael Nadal's mastery of the Monte Carlo clay courts seems to be over.The top-ranked Spaniard hopes his confidence isn't gone, too.

Jamaica's Davis too tough for Guyana's Richmond

Tsetsi Davis, who was the runner-up in last year's Wray & Nephew competition, made an impressive debut in this year's competition last Wednesday night, when he shook off a determined challenge from Guyanese hopeful Derick...

Shillingford the key in Windwards, T&T clash

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC):Windward Islands are hoping the inclusion of champion West Indies off-spinner Shane Shillingford will prove the difference against Trinidad and Tobago in the Headley/Weekes Trophy semi-final at Queen's Park Oval, starting...

Edwin Allen's girls hard to beat

Vere Technical High School dominates the history of the Penn Relays High School Girls 4x100 metres with 15 victories.

It's Blast Them Away

The two-day Easter Racing Carnival commences at Caymanas Park today, with a highly competitive grade one sprint for the Lady Geeta Trophy highlighting the 11-race programme.

Liverpool close to title win

MANCHESTER, England (AP):A run of 10 straight victories has propelled Liverpool to the top of the Premier League and into the unfamiliar position of title favourites.

No stopping Ms Gerline

WESTERN BUREAU:At age 74, most golden-agers struggle to walk, particularly over long distances; but not Gerline Nelson. She not only walks long distances on a regular basis, but also participates in marathons and sprint races.

Sandals Game Changer football camp April 22-26

Western Bureau:Youngsters from across St James will have an opportunity to improve their football skills, thanks to the Sandals Foundation Game Changer Easter Football Camp slated for April 22-26 at the Flankers football field in Montego Bay.

In Your Neighbourhood

Black Star are the 2014 champions of the Wray & Nephew-sponsored St Elizabeth FA Major League after outlasting Newell 4-3 over two legs.

McKay: JADCO should apologise to Edwards

AMID the firestorm of recently admitting to procedures "inconsistent with World Anti-Doping Agency International Standards", the Jamaica Anti-doping Commission (JADCO) is being severely criticised by Jason McKay, manager of taekwondo Olympian Kenneth...

More SPORTS In Brief

CARDIFF, Wales (AP):Cardiff midfielder Aron Gunnarsson has been backed by the south Wales club after being linked to an alleged leak of team information to a rival.

Trott stressed again

LONDON (AP):England batsman Jonathan Trott is taking a lengthy break from cricket for the second time in five months because of a stress-related illness.

Pakistan looking for new coaches again

ISLAMABAD (AP):Pakistan is again looking for new coaches after the national team's poor performance in the World Twenty20.

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