Jamaica Gleaner Sport
Published: Monday Sunday | June 4, 2006
Reggae Boyz hit for six
THE REGGAE Boyz felt the full weight of a buoyant, World Cup-bound England as they were crushed 6-0 at Old Trafford yesterday. Read More...Commentary - Brazil for the Cup, but don't write off Argentina and England
THE WORLD Cup of football, to some the greatest show on earth, to others undoubtedly the greatest single-sport spectacle on the planet, kicks off in Munich, Germany, on Friday. Read More...Jamalco seek four in a row
DEFENDING BERGER Paints Super League netball champions Jamalco are a step away from winning a magical four in a row this afternoon after dealing a severe blow to the hopes of Tivoli Gardens in the first game of their best-of-three final... Read More...MIND YOUR BUSINESS
THE KSAFA Business House Knockout football competition continues tomorrow and Wednesday with a full slate of matches. Read More...New stadium ready for hurricanes
AN ACTIVE hurricane season is unlikely to significantly impact the new multipurpose stadium in Florence Hall, Trelawny, as the roofing of both stands and the other external buildings are scheduled for a July 31 completion date. Read More...Ransom Man's Derby
THE LIGHTLY-RACED RANSOM MAN turned in a superlative performance at Caymanas Park yesterday to win the 86th Digicel Jamaica Derby by the resounding margin of 9 1/4 lengths. Read More...Jamaica's Jackson impresses despite accident
JAMAICA'S JOEL Jackson continued his campaign to qualify for the September finals of the Formula BMW Series to be held in Spain with a stout-hearted performance at last weekend's events in mid-Ohio and Lime Rock, Connecticut. Read More...Tafari, Holland square off in 'St Bess'
TOP GUNS Tafari Lions and Holland Police Youth Club in St. Elizabeth square off in the first-leg final of the 2005-2006 Wray and Nephew Major League football competition at Munro College at 3:30 p.m. today. Read More...Final word - How did the Boyz become Toyz?
UTTERLY PATHETIC. Sorry, but there's just no other way to describe the shambles once known as the Reggae Boyz. Yesterday at Old Trafford, England completed six months of 'friendly' humiliations with a 6-0 drubbing of a team that should now be called... Read More...Gayle, Bravo put Windies in charge
CONFIDENT HALF centuries from Chris Gayle, Ramnaresh Sarwan and Dwayne Bravo yesterday lifted the West Indies to 318 for six and a first innings lead of 77 at the close of the second day of the opening Digicel Test at ARG. Read More...Gayle among eight on WICB retainer - report
LEFT-HANDED opener Chris Gayle is believed to be the only Jamaican offered an annual retainer contract by the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB). Read More...Nadal slides through to next round at Open
RAFAEL NADAL found his latest win at the French Open so taxing that he took a seat in the middle of a game and called for a doctor. Read More...Favourites on target
ENGLAND, SWITZERLAND, the Czech Republic and Portugal earned big wins yesterday, six days before the start of the World Cup. Read More...