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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Sunday | April 22, 2007

WI go down in thriller
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados: THE SUPER Eights round of the 2007 Cricket World Cup tournament ended in style at Kensington Oval yesterday with England, needing 88 runs from the last 10 overs, defeating the West Indies with one wicket...

Call for Lara to reconsider

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC):THE TRINIDAD and Tobago Sports Minister, Roger Boynes, is urging batting great Brian Lara to reconsider his decision to quit international cricket.Lara made a sudden announcement Thursday evening after West Indies beat...

England name new coach

LONDON (CMC):ENGLAND ON Friday appointed Peter Moores as the new national team coach, a day after Duncan Fletcher resigned from the position.

JFF seeks support for young Boyz

WITH A grand total of $18 million poured into the hosting of the CON-CACAF Under-17 tournament by the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF), president of the association, Crenston Boxhill, has appealed for the nation's full support...

Lady T wins 68th Jamaica Oaks

LADY T joined a select band of fillies to have completed the Guineas and Oaks double with a fighting victory in the 68th running of the Jamaica Oaks over 2000 metres at Caymanas Park yesterday.

Teams now playing for pride

WITH THE League champions decided and the two teams to be relegated already knowing their fate, it is just a matter of playing for pride and completing the fixtures in the 2006/07 Wray and Nephew National Premier League...

N Manley take rugby title

NORMAN MANLEY clinched their third consecutive Sydney Coleman Under-16 High School rugby title with an impressive 20-7 win over Greater Portmore in the final at G.C. Foster College yesterday.

Breese in form for Durham

WORCESTER, England (CMC): DURHAM, WITH West Indians Ottis Gibson and Gareth Breese in their side, coasted to a huge win over home team Worcestershire in their English County Championship Division One match yesterday.Set 539 to win, Worcestershire fell...

Injury forces Asafa out

TENDONITIS OF the knee has forced Jamaica's world 100-metre record holder Asafa Powell to pull out of upcoming meets.Powell, who dominated the event last season with 12 sub-10 second times, has...

Ebony Strikers douse Fire Brigade in close contest

EBONY STRIKERS defeated the Jamaica Fire Bridge 31-29 in the Jamaica Netball Association (JNA) Western Union B League at the Lelia Robinson Courts yesterday.In other games, Jetsetters B defeated New Kingston Raiders 43-19...

Jamaica umpires for US Open

KINGSTON, Jamaica (CMC): TWO OF Jamaica's four recently qualified international umpires, Richardo Lee and Clive Johnson, will be on duty at this year's US Open table tennis championships in Las Vegas. Following the conducting of an umpires' course last...

ICC boss praises Grenada - 'First-rate' preparation, despite Hurricane Ivan damage

ST. GEORGE'S, Grenada (CMC): MALCOLM SPEED, the International Cricket Council's (ICC) chief executive, has applauded the efficient manner in which Grenada staged its leg of the Cricket World Cup as the penultimate leg of second-round matches which ended here on Friday.

Thank you very, verymuch Brian

THURSDAY'S NEWS that Brian Lara had decided to put away his bat was not a surprise and should not have come as one - and certainly not to those close to West Indies cricket.

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