Despite enjoying much of the early dominance, Jamaica's Reggae Boyz went down 2-0 to South Africa yesterday in their hastily arranged friendly international football match at the Kickers Offenbach Stadium, Germany.
Organisers of the Penn Relays have acknowledged that while Jamaican high schools are key to the meet's huge success, they can offer little to help them cover burdensome expenses or obtain United States visas to make the trip here each April.
Super fit SAMBA DANCER upstaged the 3-5 favourite LATIN KING to win race No. 4 in the CTL Claiming Series ($250,000-$210,00) in decisive fashion at Caymanas Park yesterday, to complete a double for apprentice Robert Halledeen on the card.
Defending champions, Lennon High and Excelsior will contest this year's final of the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association/Locker Room Sports schoolgirls football competition, following contrasting semi-final victories over St Jago and Trench Town, respectively, at the Spanish Town Prison Oval yesterday.
The Sir Vivian Richards Stadium will make its comeback to international cricket after the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) on Tuesday announced the venue would host matches switched from Trinidad and Tobago for next month's South Africa tour.
Sagicor's 50 per cent increase in sponsorship has alleviated all fears that the 27th staging of the JTA/Sagicor National Primary, All-Age and Junior High Schools' Athletic Championships would not materialise this year.
Sprint wonder Usain Bolt will headline the 35th edition of the Athletissima meet in Switzerland in July, the seventh event of the star-studded 14-meet International Association of Athletics Federations Diamond League series.
Jermaine Taylor of St Georges Sports Club has been appointed captain of Jamaica’s senior national football team that will tackle World Cup hosts South Africa in a friendly international tonight in Frankfurt, Germany.
Two members of a three-man assessment team from FIFA’s Member Association Professionalisation Programme are scheduled to arrive in the country this afternoon to conduct a Marketing Assessment Audit of the Jamaica Football Federation.
The Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua will make its comeback to international cricket after the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) announced today that the venue would host matches switched from Trinidad and Tobago for next month’s South Africa tour.
West Indies Women beat Pakistan Women by six wickets in the second Twenty/Twenty International yesterday to take an unbeatable 2-nil lead in their three-match series at the Edgar Gilbert Sports Complex in St Kitts.