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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Tuesday | May 13, 2008

Samuels facing two-year ban - Found guilty of violating ICC rules
Jamaica and West Indies middle order batsman Marlon Samuels is facing at least a two-year ban from all cricket. In a release yesterday the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) said its disciplinary committee found by "majority opinion" at a hearing last Friday ...

Aussies expect tough fight from Windies

Australian captain Ricky Ponting expects the West Indies to put up a tough fight when the three-Test series against the home team starts at Sabina Park next Thursday. Ponting was speaking shortly after the Australian team touched down at the Norman Manley Airport yesterday...

Sadler's Wells retires after 24 years at stud

FETHARD, Ireland (AP): Sadler's Wells' days as a sire are over.The 27-year-old thoroughbred who sired Galileo, High Chaparral and Montjeu among 69 Group One winners retired from stud duties at Coolmore yesterday."I think Sadler's Wells is generally...

Burrell seeks maximum support from western fans

Western Bureau: Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) boss, Captain Horace Burrell, yesterday called for maximum support from western fans as he announced the Trelawny Multi-purpose Stadium as the confirmed venue for the June 14...

Chest injury healing, Jamaica's Powell back on track

KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP):World record holder Asafa Powell resumed training yesterday after missing time with a chest injury, and should be in good health in time for the Olympics, his manager said. Powell, who ran the 100 metres in 9.74 seconds last year...

High praise for coaching course

The curtain came down Sunday on a successful staging of the four-day Global Soccer Ministries (GSM) International Community Coaching Education Course. The course which began on Thursday ended on Sunday at the Mayfair Hotel in St Andrew....

Argentina take aim at combined team

The Argentinian national tae kwon do team has sent a strong message to Jamaica's combined martial arts team ahead of the World Continental Team Fighting Championship in Orlando, Florida this summer. Defending champions Jamaica won the title as Pan-Am representatives....

Big first for Frenchman Tsonga

HAMBURG, Germany (AP):Jo-Wilfried Tsonga made some history for himself yesterday in the first round of the Hamburg Masters. The Australian Open runner-up rallied to beat Nicolas Mahut 0-6, 7-6 (5), 6-2 for his first win after coming back from a knee...

ON THE BOUNDARY - A real waste of money

From way back in 1976, I, like many others, started calling for a selector to travel with the West Indies team. From back in the 1980s, I, like many others, started calling for the regional selectors to attend regional matches, and a few years ago when...

PowerGen win WIPA Twenty20

POINTE-A-PIERRE, Trinidad (CMC):The Guyanese all-rounder Lennox Cush produced another brilliant all-round performance as PowerGen defeated W-Connection Wanderers by 41 runs in the final of the inaugural West Indies Players Association (WIPA) Twenty20...

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