Kingston College was crowned the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association/KFC Southern Conference Basketball Under-19 champions.
India\'s cricketers today received huge cash bonuses after beating World Cup champion Australia in the limited-overs series this week.
St. Andrew High defeated defending champions Papine 1-0 yesterday to win the Girls’ Under-19 final of the ISSA/Jamaica Hockey Federation competition.
Jamaican Delroy Cambridge is leading in the ninth annual Barbados Open Golf Tournament, the season-opener for the prestigious European Seniors Tour.
Arch-rivals Arnett Gardens and Boys’ Town yesterday battled to a goalless tie at Collie Smith Drive in their Cash Plus Premier League football match.
All-rounder Donavan Nelson of St. Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) will lead Jamaica in the 2008 CLICO-sponsored West Indies Under 15 cricket tournament in Dominica this month.
Jamaica’s selectors have named an unchanged squad for the fifth round Carib Beer Series match against Barbados starting tomorrow at Kensington Oval.
Jamaica’s Reggae Girl Tashana Vincent is the 2007 Caribbean Football Union Women’s Player of the Year.
The focus will be on Collie Smith Drive this afternoon when neighbours Boys’ Town and Arnett Gardens face off in the Cash Plus Premier League.
Jamaica’s master surfers will attempt to defend the country’s ninth place at the 2008 International Surfing Association’s Masters Championships.
Reliable Test left-hander Shivnarine Chanderpaul and opener Krishna Arjune are back in the Guyana squad to face Combined Campuses and Colleges in the fifth-round Carib Beer series match.
Telecommunication giants Digicel last night launched the 2008 West Indies cricket home series at Sabina Park in Kingston.
Defending champions St. Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) will open the second round of the ISSA/Grace Headley Cup Premier League cricket competition against Dinthill tomorrow.
Former champions Kingston College registered a 3-2 victory against Calabar High as the ISSA Table Tennis Under-19 urban boys’ league continued yesterday.
World championships silver medallists Usain Bolt and Brigitte Foster Hylton will headline this weekend’s Lucozade Sport/G.C. Foster College Classic.
Jamaica’s local-based senior men’s football team yesterday secured a 2-2 draw with Brazilian second division state side Estacio University in Rio De Janeiro.
Ardenne High easily defeated Kingston College 51-28 to capture the Under 16 title of the ISSA/KFC Southern Conference Basketball League yesterday at the National Stadium Courts.
Commonwealth Games 400-metre champion Michael Blackwood, Olympic silver medallist James Beckford, Shevon Stoddart and Davita Prendergast will head Jamaica’s 17-member team to the World Indoor Championships.
Chris Gayle and Denesh Ramdin both posted centuries, but the fourth round encounter between hosts Trinidad and Tobago and Jamaica finished in a draw at Queen’s Park Oval yesterday.
Roger Gill, 35, a sprinter who competed for Guyana at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, was killed in a Brooklyn car crash.
Seaview Flames beat Duhaney Park 83 to 38 to record the biggest victory margin last night in the Home Style Juices/Southern Conference Basketball League at the National Stadium Courts.
Jamaica’s men’s and women’s football teams will be in action in this afternoon in Brazil.
South Africa took almost an hour on today’s fourth day of the second Test to complete victory by an innings and 205 runs against Bangladesh.
India defeated South Africa by 12 runs yesterday to win the Under-19 Cricket World Cup in a rain-hit final in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Jamaican athletes were in good form in the United States at the weekend with four victories at the Big 12 Championships at the University of Nebraska.