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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Friday | February 10, 2006

Clark's Town hold Arnett Gardens at bay
WRAY AND Nephew National Premier League team Arnett Gardens yesterday failed to show the superiority expected of them over Super League team Clark's Town as they played to a 0-0 draw in their second-round, first-leg Red Stripe Champions.

Eldermire's hat-trick downs Star Cosmos
AN EXPLOSIVE hat-trick by Maverley/Hughenden's Curtis Eldermire propelled his team to a thrilling 3-2 victory over fellow Super League competitors Star Cosmos in their Red Stripe Champions Cup KO clash at the Maverley playing field yesterday.


Jamaica serve off against Dominican Republic in Davis Cup
JAMAICA FACE a stiff challenge when their Americas Zone Group Two Davis Cup clash serves off today against hosts the Dominican Republic at the Centro Español in Santiago. The experienced Ryan Russell, in his 31st Cup rubber, will lead Jamaica...


Munro clip Papine in thriller
MUNRO COLLEGE are the 2006 Jamaica Hockey Federation/ Inter-Secondary School Sports Association Under-19 schoolboy champions after pulling off an enthralling 2-1 penalty shoot-out victory over Papine at the Mona hockey field yesterday.


Young Windies in do-or-die encounter
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC): YOUNG WEST Indies coach Roddy Estwick says his side will be focusing on improving its concentration when it faces South Africa in a do-or-die encounter at the P. Saravanamuttu Stadium in Sri Lanka today.


Gordon bowls Tarrant to victory against José Marti
A SIX-wicket bowling performance from fast bowler Clifford Gordon carried Tarrant to a four-wicket victory over José Marti in Grace Shield A League action at Jacisera Park yesterday.


Final cross country trial set for Sunday
THE JAMAICA Amateur Athletic Association (JAAA) will stage its second and final cross country trial at Windalco, Kirkvine on Sunday morning. Wainard Talbert of Lion Heart Track Club and G.C. Foster College's Tamica Thomas were the senior winners...


White team wins ladies polo match
DESPITE SLIPPERY conditions caused by overnight rain, the 17th annual ICWI Ladies Polo tournament proved very exciting, as the White team defeated Blue 3-1 at the Kingston Polo Club, Caymanas Estates, last Sunday.


Jackson to compete in Formula BMW series
JAMAICAN KARTER Joel Jackson will become the first Jamaican driver to race Formula One when he competes in the Formula BMW series which begins on May 19. Jackson successfully completed training in Spain and test sessions in the United States before being


FROM THE BOUNDARY - Congratulations to T&T and Dave Mohammed
TITLE NUMBER one of the regional four-day Carib Beer cricket series has been won. Congratulations to Trinidad and Tobago on winning the cup and breaking the drought that had lasted for 21 years and good luck...


Elephants, Pharaohs to lock horns
CAIRO, Egypt (AP): HOSTS EGYPT will be looking to capitalise on their success and the relentless support of millions of fans in today's African Cup of Nations final.

















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