The young West Indies team had a comfortable seven-wicket victory against Ireland to advance to the semi-finals of the Plate League at the ICC Under 19 Cricket World Cup today.
The Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) dissolved the board of the St. Ann Football Association with immediate effect.
Waterhouse secured a 1-1 draw against league leaders Portmore United at Drewsland as the Cash Plus Premier League football continued yesterday.
Maria Sharapova stretched her unbeaten streak to 12 matches and won her 18th career title yesterday.
The West Indies Under 19 team was booted out of the Youth World Cup championship race in Malaysia today when India beat them by 50 runs.
Trinidad and Tobago will play Barbados tonight in the first semi-final of the rich Stanford 20/20 cricket competition at the Stanford Cricket Ground in Antigua.
FIFA has appointed General Secretary of the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF), Horace Reid as a member of the FUTURO Three Panel for Administration and Management.
The second round of the Coca-Cola National Under 21 football competition kicks off this afternoon with a full slate of matches.
India’s batting great Sachin Tendulkar and Sri Lankan Muttiah Muralitharan will join a panel discussion to celebrate the career of recently retired West Indies batting legend Brian Lara.
Jamaica’s cricketers arrived in Antigua last night to continue their quest for the US$1million prize money in the Stanford 20/20 Tournament.
Jamaican world record holder Asafa Powell made a positive start to his Olympic season last night with an easy win in the 100 metres at the Melbourne Grand Prix.
The Jamaica Defence Force last night marched to an 86 to 48 victory against Donmair All Stars in the Home Style Juices/Southern Conference Basketball League.
Mannings High defeated Cornwall College 84 to 64 in an Under 19 game of the KFC/Pepsi Western High Schools Basketball League yesterday.
Rural boys’ champion St. Mary High blanked newcomers St. Mary Technical 5-0 as the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association Table Tennis competition continued yesterday.
Six of the island’s top cricketers signed retainer contracts with the Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA) for the semi-professional league, the Jamaican Super League.
Waterhouse last night failed to move closer to second place Tivoli Gardens in the crucial third round of the Cash Plus Premier League.
It will cost the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA), $18.3 million to stage the March 12 to 15 GraceKennedy Boys and Girls Athletics Championships.
Jamaican and West Indies captain Chris Gayle is joining the Indian Premier League on an US$800,000 contract.
The West Indies Under 19 had an easy 176-run victory against Papua New Guinea to keep their hopes alive of reaching the quarterfinals of the Under-19 Cricket World Cup in Malaysia.
Jamaica’s three-man table tennis team leave today to compete in the World Team Table Tennis Championships in Guanzhou, China.
Sri Lanka have dropped veteran batsman Sanath Jayasuriya from their squad to tour the West Indies next month, raising doubts about his international career.
The world’s fastest man, Jamaican Asafa Powell is unlikely to run in tonight’s Melbourne Grand Prix meeting, the first on the international World Athletics Tour circuit.
The crucial third round of the Cash Plus Premier League football competition continues this afternoon with four matches.
The young West Indies team faces a must win situation against Papua New Guinea tonight to qualify for the Super Eight stage of the competition.
Kingston College and Ardenne High cemented their places in the semi-finals of the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association/KFC Southern Conference Schools basketball League at the Stadium Courts yesterday.