Jamaica Gleaner Sport
Published: Monday Sunday | February 22, 2009
Bucknor's last stand
Western Bureau:Jamaican umpire Steve Bucknor, who has stood in a record 126 Test matches and over 170 one-day internationals (ODIs), is to retire from Test cricket at the conclusion of the upcoming third Test match between South... Read More...Flintoff to miss fourth Test
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC):Things may become a little easier for the West Indies in their five-Test series against England. Read More...Windward Islands in Brown's web again
ROSEAU, Dominica (CMC):A late evening capitulation left the Windward Islands in danger of an innings defeat on the penultimate day of their four-day WICB Regional match against Jamaica yesterday. Read More...Linton wins long jump at LSU indoor
FORMER St Jago High athlete Andrea Linton tuned up for next weekend's SEC Indoor Collegiate Track and Field Championships with a qualifying mark in the women's long jump at the Louisiana State University (LSU) Invitational... Read More...'Turf war created problems in Antigua'
ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC):A turf war between sports and Government officials contributed to the debacle that led to the aborted second Test between West Indies and England at the Vivian Richards Cricket Ground (VRCG). Read More...Girls, England clash today
Jamaica's Sunshine Girls will face hosts and arch-rivals England in their opening match of their three-Test series today in the London Arena, starting at 11:30 a.m. Read More...Big day for Shane
With champion jockey Omar Walker sitting out day two of a three-day suspension, former champion Shane Ellis seized the opportunity to ride four winners at Caymanas Park yesterday, including 5-1 chance ROYALTY in the 16th... Read More...The Sports Development Foundation(SDF) hands over sporting facilities in St Elizabeth
The Sports Development Foundation (SDF), in its mission to develop the nation through sports, handed over two sporting facilities to Barbary Hall and Crawford in St Elizabeth on Thursday.The facilities which will serve... Read More...Lee stars at Western Champs
World junior 100 metres champion Dexter Lee and his Herbert Morrison and Jamaica junior teammate Shavine Hodges were among several double winners on yesterday's final day of the three-day Milo/Western Athletics Championships... Read More...St Catherine derby - the feature
FRESH from their end-of-round final success over Boys' Town, defending champions and leaders Portmore United are highly fancied to make a winning start to the third round when they host fellow St Catherine team Rivoli... Read More...Ten in a row for Man United
LONDON (AP):Manchester United strengthened their hold on first place in the Premier League with a 10th straight victory, beating visiting Blackburn 2-1 yesterday.Although Roque Santa Cruz ended United's record run of 14 league games without conceding a... Read More...Q and A with Milton Samuda, president of the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce (JCC)
What is the JCC's vision, mission and objectives/goals? Are these being realised? We don't have a vision/mission statement, which is unusual. Read More...Stanford - the man from Texas, Montserrat, Antigua
I have always been one who believes that regardless of the charge against him, regardless of how guilty he appears, a man is innocent until proven guilty, and that goes for every one - including Allen Stanford. Read More...