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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Saturday | April 23, 2005

WI put to the sword
ONCE UPON a time, definitely so in the 1980s and the 1990s, when feared West Indies fast bowlers were on the rampage, Kensington Oval was like a lion's den to visiting batsmen.

Sir Viv endorses foreign coaches
ON THE heels of the West Indies appointing Australian Bennett King as coach, former West Indies chairman of selectors Sir Vivian Richards has endorsed the use of foreign coaches.


Si Mi Trial for Courts Ja Oaks
THE UNBEATEN SI MI TRIAL faces her sternest task to date when she takes on 10 opponents in the 66th running of Courts Jamaica Oaks for native bred three-year-old fillies over 2000 metres at Caymanas Park.


Barnes by TKO
IN AN unexpected turn of events at the annual general meeting of the Jamaica Boxing Association, held at the office of the Sports Development Foundation yesterday evening, Colonel Ken Barnes was surprisingly elected president of the association.


Sunshine Girls are ready to shock world
JAMAICA'S National Under-21 squad began the practice match phase of its preparations for the World Youth Netball Championships in February under the scrutiny of many fickle but earnest fans.


Thomas elevates schoolboy cricket
THE GRACE Shield final at Melbourne drew plenty of attention this week, thanks to a majestic unbeaten triple century by Eltham High School's Schacoya Thomas.


C&WJ sponsors Penn teams
CABLE & Wireless Jamaica recently handed out cheques valued at $360,000 to 18 Penn Relays teams at a presentation ceremony held at its Carlton Crescent office.


Regional athletes eye World Champs
THE SECOND staging of the Jamaica International Invitational, to be held at the National Stadium in Kingston on Saturday, May 7, is one of four North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletic Association (NACAC) area permit meetings...


Hot battle for last semi-final spot
DEFENDING CHAMPIONS Santos, Shortwood United and Mountain View United are battling for the final semi-final spot of the Jamaica National sponsored KSAFA Super League football competition.

















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