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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Sunday | April 1, 2007

Calabar, Holmwood win
CALABAR DETHRONED Kingston College (KC) while Holmwood Technical recorded their fifth straight girls' title as the curtain came down on the 2007 ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls Athletics Championships ...

South Africa look to amend middle-order lapses

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, (Reuters):SOUTH AFRICA are determined to solve the middle-order lapses that have undermined their last two performances in the World Cup, batsman Herschelle Gibbs said yesterday.

England need to step up - Flintoff

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, (Reuters):ENGLAND ARE aware they must improve to have any chance of reaching the World Cup semi-finals after another patchy win over Ireland in their Super Eights clash on Friday.

West Indies up against ropes

GEORGETOWN:ACTION IN the Super Eight section of the Cricket World Cup continues today at the new Providence Stadium here in Guyana with match number six of 24, it is the West Indies, the once mighty Windies...

Lara calls for public backbiting to cease

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, (Reuters):WEST INDIES skipper Brian Lara apologised yesterday for his part in a spat with selector Andy Roberts but called for an end to the public backbiting that he felt was "not healthy for cricket".

The missing cricket fans

WHEN CHRIS Dehring promised the world the best World Cup ever, he certainly was not thinking about great cricket being played before empty stands.

Stewart breaks national record, yet again

TO BREAK a national record three times in two weeks is no easy feat.

Feanny saddles three winners

FOURTEEN-TIME champion trainer Philip Feanny highlighted the pre-Guineas 10-race programme at Caymanas Park yesterday with three winners, including hot favourite SECRET HIDEAWAY in 3-y-o maiden special ...

Invasor runs off with Dubai Cup

DUBAI, (Reuters):

INVASOR LIVED up to his billing as the world's best horse by landing the Dubai World Cup at Nad Al Sheba yesterday.

Tough win for Serena Williams

KEY BISCAYNE, Florida (AP):SERENA WILLIAMS survived a dismal start and erased two championship points in the second set to beat top-ranked Justine Henin 0-6, 7-5, 6-3 and win the Sony Ericsson Open yesterday.

Portmore aiming to close gap

FORMER CHAMPIONS Portmore United will have an excellent opportunity to cement their second-place position and increase the pressure on leaders Harbour View should they drop any points in the Wray and Nephew National Premier...

Chelsea inch closer to Manchester United

LONDON, (Reuters):STRIKER SALOMON Kalou headed a stoppage-time goal to give Chelsea a dramatic 1-0 victory at Watford yesterday that cut Manchester United's lead back to six points and kept the Premier League title race alive.

Phelps on target for record haul

MELBOURNE, (Reuters):MICHAEL PHELPS won a record-equalling sixth gold medal at the world swimming championships yesterday to remain on course for his historic bid to win eight titles.

McGrath bowls way into history

ST.JOHN'S, Antigua (AP):AUSTRALIA PACEMAN Glenn McGrath became the World Cup's all-time leading wicket taker yesterday and helped thrash Bangladesh by 10 wickets in a Super Eight match.

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