As Nicholas 'The Axeman' Walters, the World Boxing Associa-tion super featherweight champion continues to climb to the top in boxing's firmament, there has inevitably been a comparison between his achievements and those of the boxer who is now regarded as the most successful Jamaican boxer ever, Michael 'The Body Snatcher' McCallum, a former many-time world champion.
Rookie fast bowler Jason Holder has been appointed the West Indies' new one-day captain, in a shock move announced yesterday by the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB).
A few weeks ago, I read an article on Cricinfo. It was written by Mark Nicholas, a former captain of Hampshire and now cricket presenter on Channel 5 in England and on Channel 9 in Australia, and it got me excited.
The Jamaica Skeet Federation will be looking to treat its members to a fun, exciting and charitable 'Xmas Hamper' competition today to reward members for their support throughout the year.
The 2-5 favourite PUDDY POOH made a winning debut at Caymanas Park yesterday, but jockey Omar Walker had to work overtime in order to win division one of the Sunnyside Stakes for native bred two-year-old fillies by a neck.
Payback will be on the mind of leaders Waterhouse when they play away to fourth-place Harbour View this evening in one of five competitive matches in the Red Stripe Premier League.
West Indies suffered their heaviest ever defeat in South Africa when they were humiliated by an innings and 220 runs, 70 minutes before lunch on the penultimate day of the opening Test here yesterday.
David Silva scored twice as defending champion Manchester City continued to fight for its title, beating Crystal Palace 3-0 yesterday to draw level provisionally with Chelsea at the top of the Premier League.
Steve Smith claimed the victory he craved in his first Test as Australia's captain, even though he had to leave it to Mitchell Johnson to complete a nervous run chase in the second Test against India yesterday.
Alastair Cook has been stripped of the England one-day captaincy two months before the Cricket World Cup, and replaced by Eoin Morgan.