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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Monday | October 8, 2007

Penalty seals Portmore fate
Former champions Waterhouse are off and running following a hard-fought 1-0 victory over a Portmore team who saw their numbers eventually reduced to nine men at the Drewsland Mini Stadium yesterday. Striker Jomo Gordon's ninth-minute penalty was enough to give Waterhouse their first win...

Boys' Town, Seba thrill in tied game

Boys' Town and Seba United yesterday battled to a thrilling 1-1 draw in steady rain at Collie Smith Drive to both keep a piece of the Cash Plus Premier League lead after two rounds of matches. Opening round winners, Boys' Town and Seba are now on four points...

Prison Oval tie ends scoreless

On a day when the heavy rains did not significantly affect the field conditions at the Spanish Town Prision Oval, Clarendon's Sporting Central Academy and Arnett Gardens played to a nil-all draw. It was an evenly contested game with both teams having only a few chances at goal....

Late Reno equaliser irks Harbour View

Champions Harbour View and the surprise performer of last season, Reno, both continued their conservative start to the new season following a 1-1 draw at STETHS, albeit in controversial circumstances. Following a see-saw-like first- half played in a constant drizzle...

Bailey not happy with draw

Former champions Tivoli Gardens were forced to settle for shared points in a second consecutive fixture, when they were held to a 1-1 draw with August Town in their Cash Plus Premier League match at the Edward Seaga Sports Complex yesterday. In front of a sizeable crowd...

Injury rules out Samuels, Lawson

JAMAICA WILL be without West Indian representatives Marlon Samuels and Jermaine Lawson when they begin their KFC Cup regional one-day campaign next week. The middle-order batsman and pacer were ruled out due to ankle and shoulder injuries, respectively, as the nation's selectors...

Waterford, JC battle for lead

Waterford and Jamaica College (JC) will lock horns with sole leadership of Group A squarely in sight when the teams meet in today's ISSA/Pepsi/Digicel Manning Cup top-of-the-table clash at Waterford. The dark-blue boys from Old Hope Road...

Formula One title race down to the wire

SHANGHAI, China (AP): The Formula One season will go down to the final race with three drivers chasing the drivers' title after Lewis Hamilton missed his chance to clinch it in China by gambling on one lap too many on bad tyres. Kimi Raikkonen of Ferrari...

Henin on a high

STUTTGART, Germany (Reuters): Justine Henin matched her biggest haul of titles in a season by winning yesterday's Stuttgart Grand Prix final and the world number one is not finished yet.Henin saw off a gritty challenge from the unseeded Tatiana Golovin...

Arsenal back on top

LONDON (Reuters): Arsenal beat Sunderland 3-2 yesterday to move back to the top of the Premier League after Robin van Persie secured victory with a well-worked winner 10 minutes from time. It was Arsenal's 10th successive win in all competitions but they made hard work of it...

Tense win

DAMBULLA, Sri Lanka (Reuters):A fine all-round performance from Graeme Swann helped England snatch a nail-biting two-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in the third one-day international yesterday. Swann was instrumental in restricting Sri Lanka to a paltry 164 all out in 41.1 overs...

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