Sachin Tendulkar\'s century crowned an encouraging first day for India, who are trying to win the fourth and final Test against hosts Australia to tie the series.
Nasir Jamshed continued his fine form as hosts Pakistan defeated Zimbabwe by five wickets to take a 2-0 lead in the one-day international series.
The University of Technology (UTECH) hammered hosts Alpart 5-0 in a rescheduled Division 3 match in the Northwest Development National Table Tennis Club League.
Spot Valley High defeated Muschette High 64 to 30 as the Pepsi/KFC Western Basketball Association Under 19 league continued yesterday.
New Technical Director, Rene Simoes has named a strong 38-member squad including 14 overseas based players to prepare for the upcoming friendly international football game against Costa Rica.
Leaders Tivoli Gardens hold on to pole position after yesterday’s round of matches in the Cash Plus Premier League.
Jamaica’s senior cricketers will return to training to prepare for the lucrative Stanford 20/20 tournament in Antigua.
The International Olympic Committee, IOC, has opened the bidding process for the inaugural Winter Youth Olympic Games in 2012.
Senegal and Tunisia had to settle for a share of the spoils after an entertaining 2-all draw in the opening Group D match of the African Nations Cup.
The ICWI International Ladies Polo Tournament marks its 20th year on Sunday with two big matches at the Kingston Polo Club, Caymanas Estates.
The Jamaica Amateur Athletics Association (JAAA) today named athletes Maurice Smith and sprinter Veronica Campbell the 2007 male and female Athletes of the Year.
The first major athletic meet for the 2008 school season, the Eastern Secondary Schools’ Sports Association Championship, will be held on February 4 and 5.
Injured West Indies captain Chris Gayle is still in Cape Town, South Africa waiting on the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), to finalise his travel arrangements.
The WICB has paid out US$1.5 million to the Trinidad and Tobago Local Organising Committee (LOC).
FIFA has threatened to suspend Albania from international matches because of alleged government interference with the country\'s national soccer federation.
Defending champion Roger Federer underlined his quality with a three-set defeat of James Blake in the Australian Open quarterfinals in Melbourne.
Herbert Morrison stopped Maldon High 64 to 50, as action in the KFC/Pepsi sponsored Western Basketball Association competition heats up.
Olympic sprint champion Justin Gatlin has appealed his four-year doping suspension.
The Jamaica Boxing Board of Control has secured another $200,000 to stage the Burger King Amateur Boxing Series.
Egypt opened its African Cup of Nations title defense earlier today with a 4-2 win over four-time champion Cameroon in Group ‘C’.
Maria Sharapova produced a magnificent display of clean hitting to thrash world number one Justine Henin 6-4, 6-0 in the Australian Open quarterfinals.
St Elizabeth Technical High School, STETHS, and Munro College recorded victories in yesterday’s round of matches in the ISSA/KFC Central Conference Senior Basketball League.
The Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) said the Hilton Kingston Hotel would withdraw the lawsuit against the federation for breach of contract.
Moscow and Singapore are the finalists in the bidding for the inaugural Summer Youth Olympics in 2010.
Haile Gebrselassie said he would withdraw from the marathon at this year\'s Beijing Olympics, if the city\'s air pollution levels do not improve.