Bolt expected at annual Bell/Ziadie Memorial football fiesta

The legendary Usain Bolt will manage and could just play on his A team, which includes Christopher Martin, at the 31st staging of the Bell/Ziadie Memorial Football fiesta to be held on October 16 at St George's College. Read More

Windies A make positive start against Sri Lanka A
Florence Hall , Trelawny — West Indies A middle order batsmen Vishaul...... Read More

Bolt to start Heroes in Act!on Run/Walk
FALMOUTH, Trelawny - The world's fastest man Usain Bolt will start the Heroes in Act!on Run/Walk on Sunday at the Falmouth Cruise Port in Trelawny at 7:00 am. The event is being staged by the JN Foundation in partnership with the Usain Bolt Foundation.... Read More

Hopeful - Sandals South Coast seek first RSPL win
FROME, Westmoreland - Fresh from earning their first point in the Red Stripe Premier League, promoted club Sandals South Coast will hope to get their first win when they host Cavalier SC at Frome on Sunday, starting at 3:30 pm.... Read More

Photo: Still perfect!

Thursday, October, 12 2017    

Hydel High's Fakibi Farquharson (right) eludes Camperdown High's Navardo Allen (left) and Jhevon Miller during their ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup encounter at the Alpha Field yesterday. Hydel won 2-1. (Photo: Karl McLarty) Read More

PHOTO: Hanging with the star

Thursday, October, 12 2017    

Olympian Yohan Blake (centre) takes a selfie with Grade 3 students at the Mount Alvernia Preparatory School in Montego Bay, during a recent visit to the institution.During the visit, the international track star highlighted the importance of participating in sporting activities and staying... Read More

Revamp the new-look second round d'Cup format

With Paul Reid | Thursday, October, 12 2017    

The new-look second round of the ISSA/ Flow daCosta Cup schoolboy football competition got underway yesterday with 10 of the scheduled 16 games being played. Read More

Windies brush aside SL in opener

Thursday, October, 12 2017    

TAROUBA, Trinidad (CMC) — West Indies Women overpowered Sri Lanka Women by six wickets to take a 1-0 lead in their three-match One-Day International series here yesterday. Read More

'Thank God for Messi,' says relieved Argentina

Thursday, October, 12 2017    

Buenos Aires, Argentina (AFP) — A nation exploded with relief on Tuesday as Lionel Messi single-handedly dragged his Argentina team into next year's World Cup finals with a spellbinding hat-trick in Quito. Read More

Messi treble fires Argentina to World Cup as Chile exit

Thursday, October, 12 2017    

Montevideo , Uruguay (AFP) — Lionel Messi fired Argentina into the World Cup with a brilliant hat-trick on Tuesday as South American champions Chile suffered a shock elimination. Read More

T&T stun USA to put them out of World Cup

Thursday, October, 12 2017    

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) — Trinidad and Tobago stunned United States 2-1 here Tuesday night to end an otherwise disappointing 2018 World Cup campaign on a high and dump the CONCACAF powerhouses out of the Russia showpiece. Read More

Panama president declares World Cup national holiday

Thursday, October, 12 2017    

Panama City, Panama (AFP) — Panama president Juan Carlos Varela declared a national holiday in celebration at the central American country's first ever qualification for the World Cup. Read More

2018 World Cup South America qualifying table

Thursday, October, 12 2017    

Montevideo, Uruguay (AFP) — Final standings from 2018 World Cup South American qualifying competition.(played, won, drawn, lost, goals for, against, points)Teams P W D L F A PBrazil-q 18 12 5 1 41 11 41Uruguay-q 18 9 4 5 32 20 31 Read More

Windies pacer Gabriel hailed for generosity

Thursday, October, 12 2017    

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) – West Indies speedster Shannon Gabriel has come in for praise from veteran cricket administrator, Lockhart Sebastien, for his generosity in giving towards the hurricane relief efforts in Dominica.Sebastien, a Dominican who is also a West Indies... Read More

UPDATE: Rain break in West Indies A vs Sri Lanka A

Thursday, October, 12 2017    

TRELAWNY, Jamaica — Rain has stopped play on the second afternoon of the first 'Test' between West Indies A and Sri Lanka A at the Trelawny Multi Purpose Stadium here with the hosts 364-8 in their first innings. Read More


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