Windies win first Twenty20
LONDON, (Reuters): West Indies took advantage of some wayward England bowling yesterday to win the first of two Twenty20 internationals scheduled on consecutive days at The Oval. Devon Smith (61 from 34 balls) and Shivnarine Chanderpaul....
WICB cancels 'A' team tour of Zimbabwe
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (Reuters) The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has cancelled the proposed 'A' team tour of Zimbabwe this year. A WICB spokesman in Antigua said yesterday a full statement would be issued outlining the reasons.
Mexico's Castillo proves he was worth waiting for
PUERTO LA CRUZ, Venezuela, (Reuters) It took more than two years for Mexico to persuade Nery Castillo to play for them and many wondered whether it was worth the effort. The answer came on Wednesday as the 23-year-old Olympiakos striker...
Past football stars to line up in Atlanta
A star cast of past Jamaican footballers, including many from the golden generation that qualified for the World Cup Finals in France '98, will link up for a grand Entertainers versus Celebrity football extravaganza in Atlanta, Georgia, on Sunday.
Sister Act back on court
WIMBLEDON, England (AP): Serena and Venus Williams made a successful return to doubles competition yesterday at Wimbledon. Back together for the first time since 2003, the sisters beat Claire Curran and Anne Keothavong of Britain 6-1....
Feanny set for early triple
PHILIP Feanny should win three of the first four events on tomorrow's 11-race card to continue a ding-dong battle with champion Wayne DaCosta atop the trainers' standings at Caymanas Park.