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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Thursday | November 8, 2007

Garvey Maceo enter history books
WESTERN BUREAU: GARVEY MACEO High created history at Jarrett Park yesterday when they defeated Rusea's 2-0 to win the Ben Francis Knockout Cup - their first major schoolboy football title. In a disciplined performance marked with bouts of brilliance, the classy Garvey Maceo...

Excelsior trounce Camperdown to top group

EXCELSIOR THRASHED 6-0 to move to the top of Group Two while Wolmer's and Jamaica College (JC) played their way to a tame 0-0 in Group One as the ISSA/Pepsi/Digicel Manning Cup second round continued at Stadium East yesterday...

Gayle, Sarwan sign for Indian Premier League

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC): WEST INDIES captain Ramnaresh Sarwan and left-handed opener Chris Gayle are set to play next year in the inaugural Indian Premier League (IPL). The signing of the two West Indies batting stars has increased the number of international players ...

Parchment called up to Windies camp squad

ST.JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC): FIVE UNCAPPED players have been named in a 23-member West Indies squad for a training camp at the High Performance Centre on the Cave Hill campus of the University of the West Indies in Barbados. Wicketkeeper/batsman Patrick Browne, off-spin bowler...

Harbour View on brink of elimination

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC): SURINAME'S INTER Moengotapoe pulled off a shock 2-1 win over former champions Harbour View at Marabella on Tuesday to leave the Jamaicans on the brink of elimination from the CFU Club Championships. The Jamaicans, who drew 2-2 with Islanders on Sunday...

Warm welcome for Smith

HUNDREDS OF fans braved the rains yesterday to turn out at Above Rocks, St.Catherine, to show their support to a son, hero, brother and neighbour - Maurice Smith, Osaka's 2007 World Championship silver medallist. Carried through the rain in an open-back Toyota van, Smith covered...

Burrell, the right man on the wrong track

EVERYBODY WITH an interest in football in Jamaica is talking about Captain Horace Burrell and his new administration's plans to revitalise the national programme. I am no different. Now, before I go into what my thoughts are on the issues that have come out of Burrell's one-man...

Arsenal, Man U move to knockout stage

BELGRADE (Reuters): ARSENAL AND Manchester United qualified for the Champions League knockout stage yesterday while Inter Milan took a big step towards the last 16 after fighting back from 2-0 down to beat CSKA Moscow...

C&W blank Windalco in Division II

THE JAMAICA Table Tennis Association's (JTTA) Northwest Development National Table Tennis Club League continued on Tuesday night with two Division Two matches played and two others decided by default.Former champions Cable & Wireless I blanked visitors Windalco Kirkvine Sports...

Premier games back on Sunday

THE CASH Plus Premier League (CPPL) which was thrown into turmoil after the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) suspended last Wednesday's round of games, will resume this Sunday. Following a meeting between the JFF and the Premier League Clubs Association ...

Variety is spice of league

REVERSE AFFIRMATIVE action for British football could be the result if FIFA president Sepp Blatter gets his way! In response to concerns that clubs have been increasingly passing over young British players in favour of less expensive foreign players,...

Rockets hand Spurs first loss

HOUSTON (Reuters): THE HOUSTON Rockets handed the San Antonio Spurs their first loss of the season on Tuesday night, Yao Ming's 28 points and 13 rebounds leading the home team to an 89-81 victory over the NBA champions. The Rockets lost by nine points...

County crackdown on foreigners looms

LONDON (CMC): IF A former England captain gets his way, the small window of hope that has opened for West Indies players to play in the English County Championship will be plugged.Mike Gatting has vowed to help counties produce more England-qualified...

West Indies tour of Zimbabwe given the all-clear

ST.JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC): THE WEST Indies tour of Zimbabwe for a series of five one-day internationals at the end of the month has been given the all-clear. Media reports indicate that the decision to proceed with the series in Zimbabwe was based on a favourable report...

Marion's medals for clean athletes only -Rogge

ATHENS (Reuters):THE INTERNATIONAL Olympic Committee (IOC) will award the five Sydney 2000 Olympics medals returned by Marion Jones only to athletes who are clean, its president Jacques Rogge said yesterday."This is not going to be merely an automatic upgrade...

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