SHE’S A MANEATER yesterday demolished her 14 rivals, BIGDADDYKOOL et al, to romp the $14.2 million Supreme Ventures Limited Diamond Mile by an astonishing six and a half lengths in near stakes-record time.
Jamaica College (JC) secured their fifth-straight hold on the ISSA/Flow Manning Cup after an exciting 5-3 penalty shootout victory over St Andrew Technical High School (STATHS) in the final at the National Stadium last evening.
Former Aquatic Sports Association of Jamaica (ASAJ) first vice-president of swimming, Allan-Roy Marsh, has said that newly elected president Martin Lyn is the right man for the job.
The best Jamaican tennis talent will be on display at the JN Bank Open Tennis Championships, and an almost equal number of children will get the chance to join that elite group during the tournament.
Cricket, lovely cricket, on cable is where I saw it, is a paraphrase of a memorable calypso, of yesteryear when Test cricket was the game to watch.
The big Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Commission/ Supreme Ventures Limited Diamond Mile raceday is on at Caymanas Park tomorrow with all of 14 races down to be contested.
The showdown for the Manning Cup, the Corporate Area’s most prestigious schoolboy football title, is on this evening at the National Stadium. Kick-off time is 6 p.m.
Jamaica College’s head coach, Miguel Coley, said that his charges are mentally and physically prepared to deal with what he expects to be a highly competitive game against St Andrew Technical High in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup final at the National Stadium today.