Semi-finalists in schools table tennis decided
Defending champions Sts Peter & Paul and Mount St Joseph boys and Mount St Joseph and Holy Childhood girls booked the final semi-final spots.....
Taylor expected to stand out at Junior Championships
Jamaica's top junior athletes will be seeking spots on two teams when they compete at the National Junior Championships inside the National Stadium this weekend.
Girls begin countdown to Australia
Eighteen players vying for 12 places in the national squad for the Netball World Cup in Australia in August were yesterday named to face Barbados in a three-game friendly series from June 19 to 21.
Kerr disappointed after massive error
Jamaica goalkeeper Duwayne Kerr was a very disappointed man, after his error led to their 1-0 defeat against Paraguay in their Copa America football match at Calvo y Bascunan stadium yesterday.
Rugby Club Championship heats up
Round two action of the Jamaica National Rugby Club Championship has set the stage for an intriguing, exciting upcoming weeks as defending champions.....
Young baller wins $50K GSF and Golden Boot
Though his team missed out on the $300,000 grand prize and the national title, striker Komar Wilson walked away with the Digicel Golden........
Cameron pushes incentives for sport sponsors
President of the West Indies Cricket Board, (WICB) Whycliffe 'Dave' Cameron, is calling for sponsors of sports to be granted incentives such as pertains in Trinidad and Tobago.
Che looking for revolutionary support
Emerging badminton player, Che Beckford, is hoping his debut in Jamaica colours at the Jamaica International Championships in March did not go unnoticed.
Russia, Turkey lead world in doping violations
Russia and Turkey produced the most doping violations, with athletics and weightlifting leading the sports with the highest number of cases, according to a report by the World Anti-Doping Agency.