FORMER national junior high jump representative, Sheree Francis, scored the only Jamaican victory at the 103rd staging of the Millrose Games which was held Friday night at Madison Square Garden in New York.
Defending champions Jamalco will face Maxfield Park in today's top-of-the-table clash in Zone One of the Jamaica Netball Association (JNA)/Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS) league competition at the National Stadium Courts, starting at 6:10 p.m.
Jamaica's captain Tamar Lambert says he and his troops are looking forward to training with the new pink balls, which they will use in their next WICB Four-day Championship fixture against the Combined Campuses and Colleges (CCC) at the Providence Stadium in Guyana, in a day/night encounter.
A host of Jamaica's top athletes, led by former world 100m record holder, Asafa Powell and World champion Brigitte Foster-Hylton, will open their 2010 campaign at today's Queen's/Grace Jackson track meet.
Two and a half years ago, CARIFTA champion Ashinia Miller was a weakling. Barely pushing 50lb off his chest, his strength and power was nowhere near to that of his more-seasoned colleagues at Calabar High School. Now benching an incredible 365lb and with his overall strength and explosiveness improving daily, Miller finds himself in the middle of a friendly battle...
It is being estimated that the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) will need close to a billion dollars to sustain the national football programme over the next four years while the country aims to qualify for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
The performance of the week on the bridge circuit came from the veteran pair of Audley, Astwood and Winston Chin-You who posted an incredible 68.13 per cent round to win Monday night's leg of the Horace Payne Memorial Trophy by several city blocks from Rex James and Judy Ziadie (58.75 per cent).
For young Tivoli Gardens striker Keammar Daley, tomorrow's friendly inter-national against Canada inside the National Stadium is the perfect stage for him to truly announce his presence in the senior team.
West Indies coach David Williams says pacer Kemar Roach will be central to the team's attack, especially with fellow seamers Jerome Taylor and Fidel Edwards ruled out through injury. However, the coach is wary of placing too much of a burden on the rookie during the one-day tour of Australia.
With several first-team regulars unavailable for selection, national head coach Theodore Whitmore believes tomorrow's encounter against Canada at the National Stadium will provide an excellent opportunity for the locally based Reggae Boyz to show what they are worth.
Leeward Islands, responding to Trinidad and Tobago’s first innings total of 176, were 30 for 1 at stumps on the opening day of their fourth round match in the West Indies Cricket Board regional first-class championship at Four Square Oval in Barbados.
Trinidad and Tobago, sent in by Leeward Islands, were struggling at 89 for 5 at Sports Time on the opening day of their fourth round match in the West Indies Cricket Board regional first-class championship at Four Square Oval in Barbados.
Hundreds of protesters in the southern port city of Karachi have gathered to demand the resignation of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman, Ijaz Butt after a string of poor performances by the national team.