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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Thursday | September 1, 2005

Controversy arises at Cups' launch
THE INTER-SCHOOLS Sports Association (ISSA) Pepsi/Jamaica National schoolboy football launch was struck with controversy yesterday. The launch was held at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in New Kingston to announce the new sponsorship arrangements and formats..

Portmore United's five to miss start of season
PORTMORE UNITED will have to do without five of their top players at the start of the Wray and Nephew National Premier League (NPL) season, which kicks off on September 11.


Portland hold St Catherine to 3-3 draw in quarter-final thriller
PORTLAND ALMOST spoiled the party for St. Catherine following a 3-3 return leg draw as the last quarter-final game of the JFF/Pepsi Under-15 competition was played at Carder Park on Tuesday.


Gleaner face Carib Cement in clash
DEFENDING KSAFA Business House Division One football champions The Gleaner will look to keep their hopes of defending their title alive when they take on Carib Cement at 3:30 p.m. today at the UWI Bowl Playfield.


A real family affair, courtesy of Pittacus
COMING THREE wide of the leaders at the home turn, PITTACUS scored a fitting victory in yesterday's open allowance feature for the Nigel B. Nunes Memorial Trophy over 1820 metres at Caymanas Park.


Seeds shine at Guardian Life junior tournament
THE SECOND tournament of the Guardian Life Open Junior Tennis Championship series came to a close at the Cane Ridge Resort, Ocho Rios, with many of the top seeds emerging victorious. In the boys' Under-18 category things went as scripted...



















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