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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Monday | January 28, 2008

Samuels' assault fails to save West Indies
PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa (CMC): Marlon Samuels' spectacular late assault lifted the West Indies to a respectable total, but it was not enough to prevent South Africa cruising to a series-clinching seven-wicket win in the third one-day international of their five-match contest ...

Arnett continue revival under Waite

Arnett Gardens continued to hold firm under reappointed coach Jerome Waite, securing their eighth point in four games, following a 1-1 draw with front-running Portmore United in the Cash Plus Premier League at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex yesterday....

Boys' Town win at last

Boys' Town, after failing to win in their previous six games in this round of the Cash Plus Premier League, broke the jinx with a 1-0 victory over St Georges Sports Club at Collie Smith Drive yesterday. Playing without six of their key players, including top goalscorer Damion Harwood...

Village shocker!

Championship and end-of-round final contenders Waterhouse chose the wrong time to let down their guard - with Village United, hungry for points, lurking. The third-place team paid dearly as they were punished in a shocking 0-2 result at home against the bottom-placed Trelawny team...

Last-minute goal buries Harbour View

SUBSTITUTE Jermaine Taylor last night fired leaders Tivoli Gardens into the second-round final of the Cash Plus Premier League with a 90th-minute goal, handing his side a 2-1 win over defending champions Harbour View at the Edward Seaga Sports Complex....

August Town clip Sporting

August Town edged Sporting Central Academy 2-1 in their Cash Plus Premier League game at Brancourt yesterday, increasing their tally to 20 points. "We have been playing quality football for the longest while now but it's just that we have not been scoring goals," said Hugh McCarthy ...

Shelton goal floors City

LONDON (AP): Cristiano Ronaldo scored two goals yesterday to help Manchester United beat Tottenham 3-1 in the fourth round of the FA Cup, and United celebrated some more when neighbour Manchester City was ousted by Sheffield United 2-1. ...

Adebayor explains why

LONDON (AP):Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor's heated on-field confrontation with teammate Nicklas Bendtner during the Gunners' 5-1 loss at Tottenham was the result of the players' hunger for titles. The two tall strikers began arguing and pushing each other...

Djokovic wins first Grand Slam

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) Novak Djokovic took the expected barrage from Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the first set, then gave back some of his own and made the Australian Open his first Grand Slam title. No.3-ranked Djokovic fended off Muhammad Ali lookalike Tsonga...

Lloyd captures 400m at Norwich Union meet

GLASGOW, Scotland (CMC):Jamaican Shereefa Lloyd landed the women's 400 metres to log the lone Caribbean victory at the Norwich Union International indoor track and field meeting on Saturday night. Lloyd returned a time of 53.08 seconds to win the event...

Jamaica face fight to keep Busta deal

PAUL SHOUCAIR, general manager, Jamaica Beverages, sponsor of Jamaica's combined Martial Arts team, has revealed that a Trinidad and Tobago tae kwon do group, led by Jamaican-born Ryan Rampair, has approached his business' parent company...





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