|Brown seeks improvement
JAMAICA PLAYED a game of two contrasting halves on Wednesday night. The first was full of verve and in the second they turned in a tepid performance on their way to a 4-0 whipping of St. Lucia in their Group D Digicel Caribbean Cup opening match...
FROM THE BOUNDARY - More reasons for technology
THE DLF Cup is now history, after scoring 240 for six and routing the opposition for 113, Australia whipped the West Indies in the final and, with Australia being the World Cup champions and the number one ranked team..
Guyana scrape past Jamaica 6-5 in Caribbean women's 15s Rugby:
GUYANA BEAT Jamaica 6-5 in the opening match of the 2006 Caribbean Women's Rugby 15s at the University of West Indies' Mona Bowl yesterday. In wet and muddy condition, Jamaica, who led 5-0 at one stage, gave up two penalties in both halves.
St George's too strong for Cumberland
GOAL-HUNGRY spectators had to wait until deep into the second half to see St. George's finally push their way to a 4-0 win over bottom-placed Cumberland in Group E of the ISSA/Pepsi/JN Manning Cup at Winchester Park yesterday.
KTHS, St Catherine in stalemate
HOSTS KINGSTON Technical and St. Catherine played to an exciting 0-0 draw in their ISSA/Pepsi/ JN Manning Cup match at Clan Carthy field yesterday. St. Catherine came firing in the first half, but were denied by excellent goalkeeping..
HORSE SENSE - Pity the poor punter
I have read with interest recent commentary on the plight of the local punter. The suggestion has even been made that we should form a punters' association. While I appreciate the dilemma which they face I doubt if a combined voice will have much effect
Inzamam cleared of ball tampering
LONDON (Reuters): PAKISTAN CAPTAIN Inzamam ul-Haq was cleared of ball tampering by the International Cricket Council (ICC) yesterday, but banned for four one-day matches for bringing cricket into disrepute.