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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Sunday | April 2, 2006

West Indies Cricket Board accepts Brathwaite's resignation
THE WEST Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has accepted the resignation of Roger Brathwaite as chief executive officer of the board and has also appointed a cricket committee with a view to resurrecting regional cricket, stated a release issued yesterday...

High praise for regional golf
THE ROYAL and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrew's (R&A) pumped £50,000 (J$5.7 million) into the Cable and Wireless National Golf Academy in New Kingston in 2003 and director of golf development, Duncan Weir, believes it was money well spent.


LEAD STORY - It's Holmwood and KC again!
KINGSTON COLLEGE and Holmwood Technical retained their respective titles at last night's VMBS/ISSA Boys and Girls Championships at the National Stadium.


Hussey bails out Australia
MICHAEL HUSSEY, with a polished 73, came to Australia's rescue after South African paceman Makhaya Ntini ripped through the tourists' top order on the second day of the third and final Test yesterday.


Hussey captures Guineas double
IT WAS Charles Hussey Day at Caymanas Park yesterday, the four-time champion jockey notching a fabulous five-timer on the 12-race programme, including 2-5 favourites SWING BY and RAMPAGE in the 1000 and 2000 Guineas, respectively.


Holder, Perry shine for Kingston and Richard Bryan
FORMER WEST Indies players Roland Holder and Nehemiah Perry scored centuries for Kingston on yesterday's opening day of their two-day Supreme Ventures Super Cup game against Westmoreland at Sabina Park.


Commentary - Time for a change of captain
THE WORLD Cup of cricket is less than a year away, it will be hosted by the West Indies, and despite their disappointing performances in recent times in both the Test and one-day versions of the game, West Indians are hoping that the home team will rise..


Tricky task for Harbour View
AFTER A two-week break from the full schedule of the Wray and Nephew National Premier League, play resumes today with five matches and the usual teams battling for top positions with four rounds to go.


Manchester United gain on leaders Chelsea
DUTCH STRIKER Ruud van Nistelrooy hit a second-half winner for Manchester United at Bolton Wanderers yesterday to cut Chelsea's lead to seven points after the champions were held 0-0 at Birmingham.




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