Category: Sports

Enough Blame to Go Around for Decline of Caribbean Cricket

Vice-Chancellor of The University of the West Indies, Professor Hilary Beckles, says the entire region is at fault for the decline of Caribbean cricket. Professor...

Duckie Aiming to Revive Waterhouse’s League Fortunes

Coach Donovan Duckie has been task with the responsibility of rebuilding Waterhouse’s senior team football program. The Drewsland based club has been struggling...

STATHS Claim Last Semi-Final Berth

STATHS secured the last spot in the semi-finals of the ISSA/Flow Manning Cup football competition. The boys from Spanish Town Road advanced after beating St. Georges...

Tavares-Finson & McNally Cop Top Honours in Schools Clay Challenge

Roman Tavares-Finson won the boys’ title, while Kimberley McNally was awarded the girls title for the ATL Automotive Group Schools Clay Challenge. Tavares-Finson...

Gold Coast Grand Prix Provides Knight-Wisdom Good Preparation

Jamaican diver Yona Knight-Wisdom says his 4th place finish at the Gold Coast FINA Grand Prix in Australia was good preparation ahead of the Commonwealth Games,...

STGC & STATHS Clash to Decide Final Manning Cup Semi-Final Spot

The final spot in the ISSA/Flow Manning Cup semi-finals will be decided when STATHS take on St. Georges College in a play-off at the Constant Spring field, this...

Gayle Misses Out on Pakistan Super League Call-Up

West Indies opening batsman, Chris Gayle, was the biggest name to miss out during the Pakistan T20 Super League player draft that was held in Lahore. None of the six...

Sandals Registers First Premier League Win

Sandals South Coast registered their first win of the Red Stripe Premier League, with a 1-0 victory over Boys Town, at the Frome Complex, yesterday. Obrian Bent scored...

Record-Breaking Nathaniel Thomas a ‘Special Talent’

National coach, Lynval Lowe, described junior swimmer, Nathaniel Thomas as a special talent after he broke two national records at the recent Dean Martin Memorial meet....

Scorpions to Begin Day 2 on 77-1

The Jamaica Scorpions will resume on 77 for 1 on day two of their rain-affected regional Digicel 4-day Match against the Barbados Pride, at Sabina Park. John Campbell 42...