daCosta semi clash at Juici

Patrick 'Jackie' Walters who, two years ago, led Glenmuir High to rural-area football supremacy, will be seeking to take Clarendon College to the title this year.

Young Boyz beaten 3-2

A 71st-minute Paul Wilson freekick was not enough, as a Eddie Hernandez brace helped Honduras clip Jamaica 3-2 inside the Luis 'Pirata' Fuente Stadium, after the Jamaicans had twice worked their way back in their Central American and Caribbean Games match in Veracruz, Mexico, yesterday.

St Catherine in semis

St Catherine High's seniors became the fourth and final team to advance to next week's semi-finals of the Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association urban schoolgirls netball competition yesterday.

Warm welcome for Walters

World Boxing Association (WBA) super featherweight champion, Nicholas 'The Axeman' Walters, was given a warm welcome when he arrived at the Sangster International Airport, in Montego Bay, on Wednesday.

Taylor back to bolster Jamaica

Fast bowler Jerome Taylor is hoping that his return to the Jamaica Franchise will bolster their chances of beating champions Barbados Pride in the second round of the WICB Four-day Professional League, starting today.

Former big guns clash

It wasn't so long ago that Arsenal versus Manchester United was one of the marquee matches in the Premier League season, a fixture that went a long way to deciding which team won the title.

Butler Cabin's time to shine

The Pick-9 had no takers at Caymanas Park last Saturday even though there were no major upsets on the card.

Ellis, Walker for Jockeys' Challenge

Former champion jockey Shane Ellis and Omar Walker will join forces with jockeys from Trinidad and Tobago and Barbados to complete against top English jockeys Frankie Dettori and Kieron Fallon representing a strong UK team in the UK versus Caribbean Jockeys' Challenge at Santa Rosa Park in T & T on Saturday, November 29.

Nothing to fear, says Waite

Charlie Smith High's head coach Jerome Waite says he is not worried about his team's inexperience ahead of tomorrow's Manning Cup final against hot favourites and defending champions Jamaica College.

Butler to direct Waterhouse's overseas push

Waterhouse Football Club has acquired the services of former national senior men's representative, Altimont 'Freddy' Butler, as a consultant to the football programme for a two-week period.

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