Ramnarine quits WICB
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) Players union president Dinanath Ramnarine has quit the West Indies Cricket Board, claiming his position had become untenable because of the WICB's lack of movement on several key players issues.
Jamaica look to secure title against CCC
KINGSTON, Jamaica (CMC) Jamaica will look to extend their lead in the WICB regional four-day competition when they face the feisty Combined Campuses and Colleges in their 11th-round match, starting today at Sabina Park.
St Andrew's Mcdermott expected to shine
MAIN RIVALS AND WHY: In the 400m, her pet event, McDermott sees Shana-Gaye Tracey of Manchester and Amoy Blake of Edwin Allen as the major threats, both having run well all season and also based on their consistency over the years...
Whitehorn hunts sprint double
MAIN RIVALS AND WHY: Shericka Moulton of Holmwood was identified as her main threat in the 100m and her teammate Celia Walters in the 200m, both athletes have challenged her at some point during the season in the events.
Manchester High's Holness keen on top-three finish
Manchester High girls are ready for Champs, but as to where they will finish, their coach, Jerry Holness, believes it could be anywhere between second and fourth. "Champs is going to be competitive among the top-four schools...
JC claim national crown
Jamaica College (JC) were for the first time crowned All-Island Under-16 champions after getting the better of defending champions Ardenne High 53-51 in the final at the National Stadium Court yesterday.
Chanderpaul wary of overconfidence
GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC) Experienced campaigner Shiv Chanderpaul is putting nothing past England and says West Indies will have to definitely play well to win the five-match one-day international series. "I wouldn't put ourselves...
Bolt to run in Paris meet
PARIS (AP) Triple Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt has agreed to run in the Golden League track meet in Paris this summer for his first competitive appearance in France. The Jamaican sprinter will run in either the 100 or 200 metres...
Gay six weeks behind in training
California (AP) A knee injury cost sprinter Tyson Gay six weeks of training at the beginning of the year, and with the 2009 season starting soon, the American record holder still hasn't set his schedule.