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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Tuesday | December 12, 2006

Holmwood, Denbigh take rural titles
Holmwood and Denbigh are rural champions in the 2006 ISSA/Digicel schoolgirl netball competition played yesterday at G.C. Foster College. Denbigh won the junior title, defeating Holmwood 22-14, while the Holmwood seniors ran past Edwin Allen...

Jamaica bid to host World Netball Championships

Jamaica have made a bid to host next year's World Netball Championships (WNC). This was confirmed yesterday by International Federation of Netball Associations (IFNA) president, Molly Rhone.

WI going all out to win

LAHORE, Pakistan (CMC): West Indies coach Bennett King says Lendl Simmons' half century in the last one-day international against Pakistan was a good sign for the regional team. With two matches remaining in the five-match ODI series...

Miracle Man's Classic triumph ... 'Big boost for Jamaican racing'

The chairman of Caymanas Track Limited (CTL), William Chin-See, has hailed the victory of MIRACLE MAN in Saturday's Confraternity Classic in Puerto Rico, describing it as a shot in the arm for the local horseracing industry.

Reno leapfrog Harbour View

Reno Football Club of Westmoreland leap-frogged Harbour View yesterday when they defeated them 2-1 in a Wray and Nephew National Premier game played at St. Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) in Santa Cruz.

August Town and Village share points

August Town and Village United played to a 1-1 draw in the only Corporate Area game yesterday in the Wray and Nephew National Premier League. The malaria outbreak affecting parts of Kingston prompted the postponement of the Arnett and Boys'...

Gregg/Hutchinson team crowned provisional winners

According to provisional results yesterday, businessman Gary Gregg and his co-driver Hugh Hutchinson were crowned winners of the JMMC/Petcom Stages Rally for the second consecutive year. Finishing in second and third place respectively...

Bailey livid at postponement

"Too much joke business, too much little foolishness in this football," is how coach Glendon 'Admiral' Bailey viewed the last-minute cancellation of his game against Boys' Town yesterday.

Powell stars with a century

St. Elizabeth wicketkeeper/batsman Shane Powell was in sparkling form on yesterday's fourth and final day of Jamaica's second trial match at Elleston Road. Playing for Tamar Lambert's XI, the right-handed Powell scored 149 to help his team...

Lions hunt finals berth

Santa Cruz, St. Elizabeth: Defending champions Tafari Lions will be seeking to qualify for their second straight final in two years when they take on Ginger Hill in the semi final of the St. Elizabeth FA President's Cup KO this afternoon at 3:30 p.m.

Waterhouse shift focus on NPL

Wray and Nephew National Premier League (NPL) outfit Waterhouse will be using today's encounter against Curaçao's Deportivo Banda Abou, 6:00 p.m. today at the Waterhouse Mini-Stadium for practice as they turn their attention back to the local competition.

FROM THE BOUNDARY: The West Indies' best bet

Brian Lara must be getting tired of making excuses after every match and of talking about why the West Indies can win the match and what they need to do to win the match before each match.

Spectacular goals rescue Wadadah

Western Bureau: Wadadah FC, behind two spectacular second half goals by Raphael Palmer and Arval Campbell and a tough expletive-laced half-time talk by coach Anthony 'Follies' Williams, rallied from a 0-2 first half deficit to draw 2-2 with Seba...

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