Bolt, Shelly wow fans

Jamaican mega sprinting stars, Usain Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, took the spotlight yesterday, as they made their first appearances at the Commonwealth Games in the 4x100m relay, while Danielle Williams just missed out on a medal in the 100 metres hurdles final.

Tallawahs, Warriors in Sabina showdown

Fresh from their convincing seven wickets win over the Antigua Hawksbills on Thursday, the Jamaica Tallawahs will attempt to make it two from two at home when they face the Guyana Amazon Warriors in the Limacol Caribbean Premier League Twenty20 at Sabina Park today.

Bolt praises Glasgow fans

Sprinting deity Usain Bolt looked more like a rusty locomotive than the record breaking machine that he is, as he laboured across the finish line to lead Jamaica to a 38.99 win in their men's 4x100m heat at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow last night.

Speid vs Stephenson for KSAFA's top job

Kingston and St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA) president Rudolph Speid is oozing confidence ahead of today's annual general meeting and election of officers at the Jamaica Football Federation office in New Kingston.

Jamaica's golf pro Brown wins NGA event

Jamaica's rising professional golfing ace Wesley Brown won his first overseas tournament in dramatic fashion, clawing back from four strokes down on the final day to beat the field at the Aberdeen Golf Club North Carolina Summer series in the United States on Thursday.

Confident Sunshine Girls look to ambush Australia

Jamaica's Sunshine Girls held their final training session yesterday afternoon in high spirits, as they chase history in today's Commonwealth Games semi-final against world leaders Australia at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre at 12:15 p.m. (6:15 a.m. Jamaica time).

Janieve hails Brigitte after 400mH bronze

Confident and courageous, young 400 metres hurdler Janieve Russell - undaunted by the grand stage that she was on, made sure that she would have fond memories of her first senior international competition.

Natoya Goule looking to make lessons count

Jamaica's 800 metres athlete, Natoya Goule, is hoping to use her 2014 Commonwealth Games experience to push her career forward, as she looks to make a mark on the international stage in the coming years.

Campbell looking to continue Peace and Love football

Once he gets the sponsorship support, Clive 'Busy' Campbell is keen to stage the Masters & Celebrities Peace and Love four-a-side football competition next year, which got major backing from Digicel.

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The KSAFA/Western Sports Business House football competition continues today and tomorrow with former champions Scotiabank and The Gleaner meeting in the feature division one clash at Winchester Park, St George's College, tomorrow at 4 p.m.

Bubbling Angeline wins in quick time

The talented three-year-old filly, BUBBLING ANGELINE, continued her meteoric rise to the top at Caymanas Park yesterday with a fast-time victory in the ninth running of the Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Commission Trophy open allowance feature over 1100 metres.

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Engineer/Guest won the inaugural Caymanas Track Limited-sponsored domino competition for the Chairman's Trophy on Friday, July 25, at Caymanas Park, defeating Jockeys/Agents/Valets 100-72 in the final.

Willie Goldsmith for knotty overnight allowance event

The two-day holiday carnival continues at Caymanas Park today with another nine-race programme, featuring the Thoroughbred Owners & Breeders of Jamaica Trophy for three-year-olds over 1400 metres and the 3-y-o and up overnight allowance race at 1100 metres.

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