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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Tuesday | February 28, 2006

Bolt to miss Commonwealth Games
WORLD JUNIOR 200m record holder Usain Bolt has pulled out of next month's Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, Australia after picking up an injury at Saturday's Gibson Relays at the National Stadium.

Samuels blasts ton in dramatic win
ST. JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC): WEST INDIES A, propelled by centuries from captain Sylvester Joseph and Marlon Samuels, pulled off a narrow nail-biting one-wicket win over England A on the fourth and final day of their first unofficial Test match...


West Indies batting to avoid whitewash
NAPIER, New Zealand (CMC): IN WHAT has become a depressingly familiar experience for the West Indies in recent years, the tourists go into the fourth One-Day International against New Zealand on Wednesday (this evening Caribbean time)...


Bradley Stewart is new Arnett head coach
VETERAN COACH Bradley Stewart is the new head coach of Arnett Gardens Football Club, said Patrick Roberts, the club's president, yesterday. "After interviewing two other coaches, Bradley Stewart got the edge because of his experience, knowledge...


Morant Bay in the lead
DEFENDING CHAMPIONS Morant Bay hold the lead heading into today's final day of the 2006 Jamaica National (JN)-sponsored Eastern Athletics Championships at the National Stadium. Morant Bay lead the overall section with 142 points...


The origins of horse racing
THIS COLUMN has been pleading for the restructuring of racing. The potential of the industry for employment and entertainment are inestimable. It is with a feeling of frustration that we have all but given up.


Stewart on the double
GAINESVILLE, Florida (CMC): JAMAICA'S KERRON Stewart produced a fine double win at the Southeastern Conference (SEC) Indoor Track and Field Championship Saturday that earned her the female performer of the meet award.


ON THE BOUNDARY - Manchester go down but not without a fight
THE SUPREME Ventures Super Cup got under way in exciting style on the weekend, and particularly so at Melbourne Oval where, with 879 runs scored for the loss of 16 wickets off 215.2 overs in two days less 50...


Glenmuir, KC win
GLENMUIR HIGH won the ISSA/Malta Under-16, and Kingston College (KC) claimed the under-14 title in all-island finals at Campion College yesterday. Glenmuir defeated defending champions Calabar 3-2...


Wolmer's Boys rally
WOLMER'S BOYS overturned a 19-point half-time deficit to snatch a 63-61 victory over St. Catherine High and forced a third and final game three during their KFC/ISSA School basketball final yesterday.

















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