|Major Mayer stuns stars
MAJOR MAYER, running at odds of 18-1 with customary rider Richard 'Biah' Mitchell aboard, turned the form book upside down at Caymanas Park yesterday with an upset victory in the MegaFone Superstakes over 2000 metres ...
Jamaica's Rowe shines for her school
JAMAICA'S TINESTA Rowe, a junior at Fresno State University, has been named the Western Athletic Conference's Women's Tennis Player of the Month after a string of outstanding perfor-mances in October.
Spotlight on Waterhouse-Boys' Town match-up
WITH THE top three teams out of action today due to the Caribbean Club Championships, the spotlight should fall on the clash between former giants Boys' Town and last season's runners-up Waterhouse.
'Tappa' to coach Boyz for friendlies
FORMER NATIONAL captain and midfield maestro Theodore 'Tappa' Whitmore has been appointed interim head coach of Jamaica's senior Reggae Boyz team for their two upcoming friendly internationals against El Salvador and...
Setting a new course for WI cricket: Will the Patterson Report be left to join this dusty archive of unexamined good intentions?
IT HAS been a lifetime highlight to serve, along with Sir Alister McIntyre, on the governance committee on West Indies cricket chaired by former Prime Minister ...
Unimpressive Bridgeport get by Wolmer's
DEFENDING CHAMPIONS Bridgeport moved to within a point of the ISSA/Pepsi/Digicel Manning Cup semi-finals after dispatching Wolmer's 2-1 at the Stadium East field yesterday.
Wrong move by Cricket Australia
THE FIRST Test between Australia and Sri Lanka is currently taking place in Brisbane and, at the end of yesterday' third day's play, Australia, led by centuries from Phil Jaques, Michael Hussey and Michael Clarke, plus some good bowling by Brett Lee,...
Glenmuir crush Annotto Bay 9-0
WESTERN BUREAU: REIGNING CHAMPIONS Glenmuir High School started their campaign in the inter-zone round of the ISSA/Pepsi/Digicel daCosta Cup in emphatic style yesterday, scoring a big 9-0 win over Annotto Bay in their Group Six...
Sharapova sets up date with henin
MADRID (Reuters):JUSTINE HENIN remained on course for a successful defence of her WTA Championships crown when she secured her place in the final against Maria Sharapova with a spectacular 6-4, 6-4 win over Ana Ivanovic yesterday.
Torres, Gerrard lift Liverpool to victory
LONDON (AP):FERNANDO TORRES and Steven Gerrard scored two goals in the last nine minutes and Liverpool beat Fulham 2-0 yesterday to climb to fourth place in the Premier League.
Old Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) regime hits the road
AS THE sun made its exit on the Friday evening of November 2, executives who had charted the nation's football business prepared their exit from the sport's headquarters in this country at ...
Jackson on fast track to success
THE MOTIVATION and tutoring he received from his father, Andrew Jackson, shaped the budding career of ace motor-racer Joel Jackson.