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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Monday | April 17, 2006

Lamey ensures 1-1 draw
A STUPENDOUS free-kick by Kevin Lamey yesterday capped a brilliant season for champions Waterhouse as they came from behind to draw 1-1 with runners-up Harbour View in their Wray and Nephew National Premier League game at Drewsland.

A dozen gold for Jamaica
LES ABYMES, Guadeloupe (CMC): PERENNIAL CHAMPIONS Jamaica strode to a remarkable 12 gold medals in the 20 finals contested on the opening day of the 35th CARIFTA junior track and field championship on Saturday.


Just Some Thoughts for Easter Sprint
THE EASTER Sprint Cup overnight allowance race over 1100 metres highlights today's holiday programme at Caymanas Park and what a race it promises to be among the 13 starters.


Wind wreaks havoc
MONTEGO BAY: THE PENULTIMATE day of the Caribbean Amateur Golf Championship (CAGC) trials resembled an Easter egg hunt yesterday with many of the competitors scrambling around the bush at Cinnamon Hill looking for their dimpled white orbs.


Arnett thrash Constant Spring
ARNETT GARDENS coach Bradley Stewart took heart from Arnett Gardens' 4-1 thrashing of relegated Constant Spring in their season-ending Wray and Nephew National Premier League game at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex yesterday.


Jamaica confirmed for Japan
JAMAICA'S BUSTA Fighters, newly-crowned Caribbean martial arts champions, have been confirmed as the guest team at the Tri-Asian Championships, set for August 20 in Tokyo, Japan. Hosts Japan, the Philippines and Jamaica...


Rivoli hold Boys' Town 0-0
RELEGATED RIVOLI United ended their tenure this season in the Wray and Nephew National Premier League on a positive note when they split the points with red-hot Boy's Town after a 0-0 draw at Collie Smith Drive yesterday.


Trinidad & Tobago in charge against Barbadoes
POINTE-A-PIERRE, Trinidad & Tobago (CMC): FAST BOWLER Rayad Emrit hit a maiden first-class century and grabbed two early wickets to give Trinidad and Tobago the advantage over Barbados on the second day of the 2005-06 Carib Beer Challenge final...


Champs dedicate title to Cargill
WATERHOUSE FOOTBALL Club has dedicated their second Premier League title to the memory of former coach Peter 'Jair' Cargill. They have also dedicated the win to lasting peace in their inner-city community.


Villa sink Birmingham 3-1
LONDON (Reuters): BIRMINGHAM CITY'S hopes of avoiding relegation nosedived after two-goal Czech striker Milan Baros led Aston Villa to a 3-1 victory over their city rivals yesterday.




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