Eltham High defeated hosts St. Jago High by eight wickets yesterday to qualify for the final of the ISSA/Jamaica International Insurance Company knockout cricket competition.
West Indies head coach John Dyson said he would be looking for a 3-0 series triumph when his team face Sri Lanka in the final match of the Digicel One-Day Series tomorrow.
Sav-La-Mar Hawks scored a nail biting 51-50 victory over Railway Tigers in yesterday’s round of matches in the Lucozade Sport Men’s Basketball Championships at the Montego Bay Cricket Club Courts.
Melbourne Kangaroos and St. Catherine Saints recorded victories yesterday in the fourth round of matches in the Jamaica Super League, the island’s Semi-Professional cricket championship.
Portmore United edged Arnett Gardens 1-0 in a late game last night at Ferdi Neita Park to widen its lead in the National Premier League football competition.
Jamaica’s young Sunshine Girls retained the Jean Pierre Under-16 Caribbean Netball Championships in Antigua last night with one round of matches remaining.
Third-place Waterhouse will host fifth place Tivoli in the feature encounter as the Coca-Cola National Under 21 football league continues this afternoon.
The Premier League Clubs Association (PLCA) has dropped Cash Plus Limited as sponsors of the Premier League football competition.
Wisynco Group Limited will sponsor the 69th running of the Jamaica Oaks, confined to native-bred three year old fillies, through its brand Bigga.
Granville of St. James yesterday booted defending champions Portmore United out of the COK Champions Cup knockout football competition.
Jamaica lost both matches on yesterday’s third day of the International Tennis Federation pre-qualifying event of the Junior Davis Cup and Junior Fed Cup in Honduras.
Village United and Waterhouse have qualified for the semi-finals of the City of Kingston All-Island Champions Cup Knockout following yesterday’s quarterfinals matches.
Jamaica has failed to improve on its FIFA ranking of 103. The latest Coca Cola ratings were released yesterday.
Eltham High crushed St. Catherine High by an innings and five runs to retain the Grace Shield Premier League cricket title on yesterday’s second day of the three-day final at Chedwin Park.
West Indies middle order batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul has been named as one of Wisden’s Five Cricketers of the Year.
Jamaica had mixed results on yesterday’s second day of the International Tennis Federation pre-qualifying event of the Junior Davis Cup and Junior Fed Cup in Honduras.
Jamaica’s Master surfers are back in the island after finishing a disappointing 10th at the 2008 World Masters’ Surfing Championship in Lima, Peru.
Kingston College and St. Mary High will face off in two team finals this afternoon to determine the all-island champions in the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association Table Tennis Competition.
Jamaican Oneil Samuels has been named to the West Indies cycling team to oppose the World Team in the Beacon Cycling series that starts tomorrow night at the Queen’s Park Savannah in Trinidad.
All 11 players who beat Sri Lanka in the second Test yesterday were included in West Indies’ 16-man squad for the One Day international cricket series.
Defending champions Jamaica won its opening match in the Caribbean Netball Association Under-16 tournament in St. John’s Antigua yesterday.
West Indies captain Chris Gayle has been fined 70 percent of his match fee for breaching the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Code of Conduct during the second Test against Sri Lanka.
Title favourites Portmore United have moved two points clear at the top of the Cash Plus Premier League after a 1-1 away draw against Harbour View at the Harbour View Stadium yesterday.
Jamaica’s senior women’s football team faced a must win situation against top rated USA this evening as the CONCACAF Olympic Qualification Final Round continues in Mexico.
Manchester High yesterday qualified for its first ever Grace Headley Cup cricket final after playing to a draw with Dinthill Technical in the last semi-final match of the group.