The Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association/Grace Shield ‘A’ League semi-finals will be played over two days, beginning on Thursday.
West Indies all-rounder Darren Sammy and Pan Am Games bronze medallist Levern Spencer emerged St. Lucia’s 2007 Sportsman and Sportswoman-of-the-Year.
There is still uncertainty surrounding the participation of the Jamaican 100-metre world record holder Asafa Powell at Thursday’s night Melbourne Grand Prix.
Dwain Chambers could take his battle to compete at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing to the High Court.
Portmore United are sole leaders of the Cash Plus National Premier League football competition following a 3-1 victory against Sporting Central at Ferdie Neita Park yesterday.
Australia produced a superb bowling display to beat India by 50 runs in a limited-overs Tri-series match yesterday at the Adelaide Oval.
Jamaica’s cricketers returned from Antigua yesterday after cruising into the semi-finals of the Stanford 20/20 Competition at the Cricket Ground on Saturday night.
Braves Chief recorded the biggest victory during last night’s round of matches in the Homestyle Juices/Southern Conference basketball league at the National Stadium Court.
Calabar High crushed many-time champions Kingston College 4-1 as action continued in the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association Table Tennis competition yesterday.
Captain Paul Collingwood led England to a six-wicket win at Eden Garden to keep the one-day series against hosts New Zealand alive.
The West Indies team after gaining two warm up victories is getting ready to open its campaign in the Under-19 Cricket World Cup in Malaysia on Monday.
Jamaica’s 13-man cricket team arrived in Antigua yesterday to face Nevis in the quarterfinal round of the Stanford 20/20 competition.
The second round of the Coca-Cola National Under-21 football league kicks off this afternoon with a full slate of matches.
Defending champions St. Elizabeth Technical High School, STETHS, dominated yesterday’s eliminations of the Milo-sponsored Western Girls Championship in Santa Cruz.
The Amateur Swimming Association of Jamaica (ASAJ) has been selected to host the 2008 CARIFTA Water Polo Championship.
West Indies fast bowler Fidel Edwards is the latest foreign professional set to play in the domestic league in Trinidad and Tobago.
Jamaican world record holder Asafa Powell has withdrawn from this weekend’s Sydney Grand Prix because of an injury on his knee.
The International Federation of Netball Associations announced a new ranking system that has relegated Caribbean champions Jamaica to fourth place
Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz have moved up eight places to 90 in the FIFA Coca-Cola world rankings released today.
Australia is unlikely to tour Pakistan in March because of security fears.
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.