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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Sunday | November 5, 2006

Heavyweight battle looms at Waterhouse
A FOOTBALL treat should be in store for lovers of the game as leaders Harbour View and second-placed Waterhouse meet in a top-of-the-table clash in the Wray and Nephew National Premier League at Waterhouse Mini-Stadium.

IOC head lauds Ja's sterling performance at Olympic Games

PRESIDENT OF the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Count Jacques Rogge, has lauded Jamaica for the country's outstanding performances at the Olympic Games since 1948.


Legend of Scarface upsets in 3-y-o feature

IN THE absence of a trophy race at Caymanas Park yesterday, the 3-y-o Restricted Stakes over 1100 metres resulted in a stunning upset, the winner LEGEND OF SCARFACE returning odds of 55-1.


Invasor blazes to victory

REUTERS Invasor (right), ridden by jockey Fernando Jara, crosses the finish line ahead of Bernardini, ridden by Javier Castellano, to win the Breeders' Cup Classic at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky, yesterday.


West Indies poised to become best ODI team in world - Lloyd

MUMBAI, India (CMC):THE WEST Indies' win over South Africa in Thursday's ICC Champions Trophy semi-final has given the regional side a virtually unshakable confidence.


Aussie umpire banned from int'l matches

MUMBAI, India (Reuters):AUSTRALIAN DARRELL Hair was banned yesterday from umpiring any more international matches.


Zimbabwe set to make Test cricket comeback

MUMBAI, India (Reuters):ZIMBABWE COULD return to the Test arena in November 2007 if they improve their domestic structure, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said in a statement yesterday.


Man U stay on top with 3-0 victory

LONDON (Reuters):MANCHESTER UNITED celebrated 20 years under Alex Ferguson's command with an emphatic 3-0 victory over Portsmouth to stay top of the Premier League yesterday.


Thank God for cricket and the World Cup

AS FAR as participation is concerned, cricket is no longer the number one sport in Jamaica. That position now belongs to football.- Tony Becca


CWC did not renege on contract - Dehring

CHRIS DEHRING, the managing director of ICC CWC West Indies 2007, has denied a report that ICC CWC reneged on a contract with OC07 (Opening Ceremony 2007) to produce the opening ceremony for the World Cup.


Changing nationalities sensitive - Rogge

INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC Committee (IOC) president Count Jacques Rogge said yesterday that recent moves by several athletes to change nationalities has become a very 'sensitive' issue.


Excelsior, Camperdown on course for semi-finals

FORMER CHAMPIONS Excelsior and Camperdown stayed on course for a place in the semi-finals of the ISSA/Pepsi/JN Manning Cup after contrasting results at Stadium East yesterday.


Rusea's first quarter-finalists

WESTERN BUREAU: MANY-TIME champions Rusea's High School became the first qualifiers for the quarter-final round of the ISSA/Pepsi/JN daCosta Cup yesterday when a double strike ...




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