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Sport

Brown, Cargill take command

THE NATIONAL Stadium resembled a ghost town yesterday. Despite the fact it was the first day in charge for newly-assigned temporary technical directors of the national football team Carl Brown and Peter Cargill.

Samuels' XI restrict Hinds' XI
BATSMEN FAILED again as bowlers continued to dominate the trial matches to select Jamaica's Red Stripe Bowl team at Melbourne Oval yesterday. Batting first in a two-day match, Wavell Hinds' XI were bowled out for 161 in 49.1 overs against Robert Samuels.

STETHS, Munro overcome rivals
WESTERN BUREAU: FORMER CHAMPIONS St. Elizabeth Technical High (STETHS) just stayed ahead of arch-rivals Munro College in Zone E of the Pepsi/Sports Plus daCosta Cup after they both scored wins yesterday.

St. George's hold Bridgeport

ST. GEORGE'S College came from behind twice to earn a well-deserved 2-2 draw with team of the moment Bridgeport Comprehensive in a Group C Pepsi/Sports Plus Manning Cup game at Emmet Park yesterday.

Campbell aims for WI berth

PORT OF SPAIN, (Reuters) : OPENER SHERWIN Campbell launches his attempt to get back in the West Indies team when he leads Barbados in the Caribbean's one-day cricket competition starting next week.













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