St Elizabeth Technical High School, STETHS, and Munro College recorded victories in yesterday’s round of matches in the ISSA/KFC Central Conference Senior Basketball League.
The Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) said the Hilton Kingston Hotel would withdraw the lawsuit against the federation for breach of contract.
Moscow and Singapore are the finalists in the bidding for the inaugural Summer Youth Olympics in 2010.
Haile Gebrselassie said he would withdraw from the marathon at this year\'s Beijing Olympics, if the city\'s air pollution levels do not improve.
Ivory Coast secured a major victory against fellow favourites Nigeria to take a firm grip in Group ‘B’ of the African Cup of Nations.
The Windies will be without captain Chris Gayle for the rest of the ongoing tour of South Africa.
With the regional Carib Beer Cup on a four-week break, Jamaica will begin preparation for the rich Stanford 20/20 on Thursday at Sabina Park.
Debutant Nasir Jamshed smashed a rapid 61 and four other batsmen hit fifties as Pakistan crushed Zimbabwe by 104 runs in the opening one-day match in Karachi.
Defending champion Roger Federer saw off 13th seed Tomas Berdych in straight sets to reach the quarterfinals of the Australian Open.
St. Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS), and Munro College ticked off victories in the ISSA/KFC Central Conference Senior Basketball competition yesterday.
Alpart edged hosts Utech 3 -2 in a Division Three match last night as the Jamaica Table Tennis Association (JTTA) / Northwest Development National Club League continued.
The hunt for the regional Carib Beer Cup continues today with Jamaica, boasting two victories from two matches, going for win number three.
The West Indies will be seeking a series-clinching victory against hosts South Africa at The Wanderers later today in the final match of two 20/20 Internationals.
The second staging of the Jamaica Teachers’ Association (JTA)/Errol Miller 20/20 Cricket Competition bowls off today.
Portmore United and St. Georges will face off in this afternoon’s feature match of the Coca Cola National Under 21 football League.
Newly crowned champion jockey, Omar Walker has been suspended for one race day by the stewards for careless riding.
The 19th None Such/Horse of the Year Awards Dinner is scheduled for Thursday, February 7 at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel.
Jamaican boxing received a significant boost yesterday with Burger King pumping $500,000 into the national programme.
Holland High turned back Anchovy High 54 to 34 as the Western Basketball Association Under 16 School League continued yesterday.
Brave Smilers earned the right to meet Waulgrovian Bullets in the final of the Modern Rubber Stamp Manufacturers/McLeod Customs Broker Female Basketball League.
Arnett Gardens carved out a 2-1 victory over St. Georges in their Cash Plus Premier League game yesterday.
Four of the five West Indies players who were named in Jamaica’s squad for the Stanford 20/20 opening game were omitted yesterday.
Fast bowler Andrew Richardson has replaced Keith Hibbert in Jamaica’s 13-man Carib Beer Squad.
Jamaica’s world-rated light heavyweight Glen Johnson warned reigning World Boxing Council champion Chad Dawson to expect a huge fight in their title contest in April.
The two Cash Plus Premiership games that were called off because of an island wide power outage last Wednesday will continue this evening.