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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Tuesday | March 25, 2008

West Indies battling to avoid follow-on
GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC):Ramnaresh Sarwan missed out on a century as West Indies were left battling to save the follow-on at the close on the third day of the first Digicel Test against Sri Lanka at the Guyana National Stadium yesterday. Sarwan, playing in his first Test since last May...

Goule, Campbell smash records

Basseterre, St. Kitts: Jamaica's Natoya Goule and Kemoy Campbell broke long-standing records to emerge star performers on yesterday's final day as Jamaica ended the 37th CARIFTA Games here at the Bird Rock Athletics Stadium runaway winners. The Jamaicans continued their dominance...

Jamaica win silver, bronze in Carifta games water polo championships

Jamaica claimed two medals yesterday as the sixth CARIFTA Water Polo Championships came to an end at the National Stadium pool. The 18 and under girls lost 2-16 in the championship game to Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) to claim the silver medal, while the 18 and under boys beat The Bahamas...

Scott breaks national record

NATIONAL senior representative Dorian Scott and former G.C. Foster College representative Orlando Reid were in great form over the weekend as the outdoor track and field season started in the United States. Scott, who just recently represented Jamaica at the World Indoor Track...

Dixon wants tighter defending from Portmore

Roen Nelson slammed in his 13th and 14th goals of the season to catapult Portmore United back to the top of the Cash Plus Premier League (CPPL) standings, following a comfortable 3-1 come from behind victory over August Town at Ferdie Nieta Park on Sunday night....

Brissett stakes claim with splendid hat-trick

HAVING been denied a second chance after failing to impress in his stint at Arnett Gardens, Lacon Brissett was determined to make an impression on his return to Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex Sunday in Village United colours. In emphatic fashion, the left-sided midfielder...

Missed chances galore in Montego Bay

Western Bureau: It was a case of chances going abegging all night long at Jarrett Park in Montego Bay on Sunday night as reigning Cash Plus Premier League champions Harbour View and Seba United battled to a 0-0 draw in an intriguing contest, albeit without goals....

Waterhouse end drought

A RELIEVED Wayne Fairclough on Sunday night provided excuses for his forwards who muffed chance after chance in a 1-0 Cash Plus Premier League win against Boys' Town at Drewsland Mini Stadium. Waterhouse intensified the battle for third spot behind joint leaders Portmore...

FROM THE BOUNDARY - The changing face of cricket

A few months ago, cricket was going on nicely. There was Test cricket, there was one-day 50-over cricket and there was Twenty20 cricket. There was something for everyone and everyone was happy, or so it appeared. Out of the blue, however, came the Indian Cricket League (ICL)...

Aqua yearning for top-flight action

One of the island's oldest basketball clubs, Aqua Youths, is eager to return to the top flight league, says coach Howard McCatty. Aqua, which won the national league in 1987 and was a force to be reckoned with throughout the 1980s, aren't satisfied with competing in the Homestyle...

'Trinis' aiming for victory

Aurtis Whitely, captain of the Trinidad and Tobago senior football team, is very optimistic that his side can beat Jamaica in their friendly international game tomorrow at the National Stadium. Whitley told The Gleaner in an interview following his team's arrival...

Harbour View, Arnett in Champions Cup feature

Defending champions Harbour View will meet archrivals Arnett Gardens in today's feature, an all-Premier League clash, in the second round of the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) COK Champions Cup Knock-out competition, at the Harbour View Mini Stadium, starting at 7:00 p.m....

Bomber explodes in Easter Sprint

Last year's Digicel Derby winner, THE BOMBER, made a triumphant return to Caymanas Park yesterday with an emphatic victory over the fleet-footed three-year-old colt MR SKILL in the overnight allowance feature for the Easter Sprint Cup at 1100 metres...

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