Despite being, arguably, the chief architect of one of Jamaica's most significant sporting accomplishments - the nation's historic qualification for the 1998 FIFA World Cup in France, Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) boss, Captain Horace Burrell, does not believe enough is being done to maximise the nation's mammoth global presence.

More misery for Liverpool

Liverpool's rapid downfall continued with a fourth successive loss yesterday, with Crystal Palace adding to Brendan Rodgers' woes with a 3-1 victory.

Wet outfield rules out play for third straight day

A wet outfield yesterday forced the abandonment of the third day's play in the third-round match in the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Professional Cricket League between Barbados Pride and Jamaica.

Reno end 19-year title drought with Flow Champions Cup

Craig Foster hit a hat-trick for Reno and substitute Dwayne Blake fired in a powerful volley from close range at sudden death as the Westmoreland club outscored Montego Bay United (MBU) 4-3 in a football final for the ages to claim the Flow Champions Cup last night.

Cavalier throw down challenge to Waterhouse 'galacticos'

After a 10-day break to facilitate the country's hosting of the CFU Men's Caribbean Cup, the Red Stripe Premier League will kick off this evening with a clash between leaders Waterhouse and former leaders Cavalier at Stadium East.

Hamilton hardly slept night before sealing win

Newly crowned Formula One World champion, Lewis Hamilton, has revealed he hardly slept the night before yesterday's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, which he eventually won to clinch his second driver's title.

Composed Clarke hits mark at Digicel Cup

Composed, cool and excellent amid pressure, shooting throughout the decisive rounds earned Nicholai Clarke the Champion Boy title yesterday at the Digicel Cup 2014-Inter School Clay Challenge, at Portmore Range in St Catherine.

Slack undaunted by bobsled challenge

Salcia Slack received an award for bravery for her head-on approach to bobsledding when the Jamaican heptathlete completed her first week-long training-session in Park City, Utah, in early November.

Wallace 50 leads Dynamites past Spanish Town

Former West Indies 'A' leg-spinner Gavin Wallace scored an unbeaten half-century to lead University Dynamites to a Super Over win over title favourites Spanish Town Titans in the Jamaica Premier League Twenty20 cricket competition yesterday at Chedwin Park.

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