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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Saturday | December 17, 2005

King heads Gold rush
TODAY'S MAMMOTH 13-race programme at Caymanas Park is highlighted by the 34th running of the popular Gold Cup race over 1400 metres, the field of eight including last year's winner A KING IS BORN.

STETHS get big boost
MANY-TIME Headley Cup cricket champions St. Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) recently received a big boost ahead of the 2006 season, which bowls off next month.


Brown returns to Boys' Town as CEO
AFTER SIX months of coaching in the United States, former national football technical director, coach and player, Carl Brown, is back in Jamaica with the specific task of rebuilding Boys' Town.


Portmore Knockout Football rolls on
FIRST-ROUND ACTION in the Dr. Paul Robertson-sponsored Portmore Knockout Football competition continues tomorrow with four matches. In the Passagefort playing field double-header, Daytona tackle Passagefort United at 1:00 p.m. while Passagefort FC...


Broilers on prowl for third crown
JAMAICA BROILERS go in search their third Business House cricket title this season when they face Windalco in the final of the Business House 35-over KO Cup tomorrow at Spring Village, St. Catherine, starting at 11:00 a.m. National player Keith...


No real change
LOOKING BACK at past columns, having been writing about the racing industry for nearly two decades, I came across something I authored for a Track & Pools column in September 1989. This particular column, published over 16 years ago, dealt with...


Hot Forbes burns M'brook
ADRIAN FORBES slammed in 33 points and snatched 31 rebounds as St. Jago High demolished Meadowbrook 51-36, pushing them to a perfect 5-0 start to the 2005 KFC-sponsored ISSA High Schools Basketball season.


JNA Open League set to resume
THIS WEEKEND will see the resumption of the Jamaica Netball Association's Open League, along with the exciting start to the Jamaica Public Service President's Cup.


Service for former JAAA president Wallace
THE THANKSGIVING Service for the life of the late Adrian B. Wallace will be held this morning at the Stella Maris Church, Shortwood Road. Service time is 9:00. Wallace, a former president of the Jamaica Amateur Athletics Association (JAAA), died in...


Jamaica's young girls rebound to finish second
JAMAICA RECOVERED from the setback of having lost their first match in the Under-16 Caribbean Netball Association (CNA) Champion-ships in five years to drub hosts St. Kitts in their final game last night.


Police Nationals, Santos in top Super League match-up
JOINT LEADERS Police National take on fourth-placed Santos in one of six Jamaica National/Kingston and St. Andrew Football Assocition (KSAFA) Super League games at Constant Spring Complex at 3:30 p.m. today.


SanStar, Heartease in St Thomas kick-off
THE ST. THOMAS Football Association's Captain Bakery Division One competition will get under way today with renewed drive after a sponsorship hike from the Captain Horace Burrell-owned franchise. A 3:00 p.m. opening ceremony, followed by two games...


Business as usual for Summerbell Jr
IT WAS business as usual on the local circuit this year for David Summerbell Jr. In addition to dominating some of the race meets at the Dover Raceway in St. Ann, the 36-year-old driver finished third in the Rally Jamaica 2005 event...

















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