Seaview Flames beat Central Village All Stars 78 to 49 to record the biggest victory this season.
The final leg of the six week Digicel Kick Start Football Clinics will began at the Barbican football field today.
West Indies captain Chris Gayle has been included in Jamaica’s 13-man squad to face Nevis in the quarterfinal round of the Stanford 20/20 cricket competition in Antigua on Saturday.
The West Indies carved out a four-wicket victory against Sri Lanka yesterday, in a warm-up game at the Selangor Turf Club in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Controversial sprinter Dwain Chambers has been included in Great Britain\'s squad for next month\'s World Indoor Championships.
Eastern Pistons beat Blazing Panthers 91 to 46 to record the biggest victory in the NPG Insurance Brokers Southern Basketball League last night.
The Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) is projecting a $12.2 million profit from last Wednesday’s friendly international against Costa Rica at the National Stadium.
Super League team Duhaney Park have been drawn to face Premiership side Harbour View, in the semi-final of the Western Union sponsored Kingston and St. Andrew Football Association Jackie Bell Knockout competition.
The 2008 track and field season continues this morning with the elimination phase of the Milo Western High Schools Championships.
‘Miracle man’ widely regarded as the best native bred horse to race at Caymanas Park, has been retired to stud.
West Indies middle-order batsman Shivnarine Chanderpual was officially honoured as the 2007 Sportsman of the Year, at the 52nd National Sports Awards ceremony in Guyana.
Tivoli Compressors last night won the Jamaica Public Service (JPS) sponsored community-based netball rally.
Championship Club Coventry FC has sacked its manager, Iain Dowie.
Waterhouse last night won the end-of-second-round final of the Cash Plus Premier League after beating Tivoli Gardens 1-0 at the Harbour View Mini Stadium.
The world’s fastest man Jamaican Asafa Powell is now in Australia.
Dwain Chambers won the 60-metre dash yesterday at a British qualification meet for the world indoor championships, but he could still be excluded from the team.
Jamaica’s 20/20 defeated St. Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS), by 16 runs in a practice game in Santa Cruz yesterday.
Jamaican fast bowlers Darren Powell and Jerome Taylor are the only West Indies’ players in the Top 10 of the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) One-Day International players’ ranking.
Arnett Gardens and Waterhouse yesterday advanced to the semi-final of the Western Union/Kingston and St. Andrew Football Association’s Jackie Bell Knockout competition with commanding victories.
West Indies players Dwayne Bravo and Denesh Ramdin have been drafted into the Trinidad and Tobago 13-man squad for their second game of the Stanford 20/20 Tournament.
The second round of the Cash Plus Premier League ended yesterday when Seba United beat Reno 4-1 at St. Elizabeth Technical High School.
Defending champions Guyana will depart today for Antigua for its first match in the Stanford 20/20 tournament.
West Indies Assistant Coach, David Williams is back at the helm of the Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) senior team.
The Prep and Primary section of the Mayberry Schools Meet has been rescheduled from February 23 to March 1.
Danza Hyatt smashed a quick fire half century to lead Jamaica to a 118-run win against the Bahamas in their opening game of the Stanford 20/20 cricket tournament last night.