Jamaica Gleaner Sport

Published: Monday Monday | March 9, 2009

Gayle injured in run for ton ... But Windies rally to ease past follow-on
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC): Brendan Nash and Shivnarine Chanderpaul hit half-centuries to help West Indies overcome their captain Chris Gayle unexpectedly retiring hurt, immediately after reaching his 10th Test hundred, in the fifth and final Digicel Test against England... Read More...

'I'll be batting again'
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC): Chris Gayle is still harbouring thoughts of resuming his innings, after he retired hurt on 100, in a bid to carry West Indies to victory in the fifth and final Test against England at Queen's Park Oval.... Read More...

Jamaica's Taylor spins Windies to victory
NEWCASTLE, Australia (CMC): Teenager Stafanie Taylor and Shanel Daley provided vital performances for West Indies as they snatched a narrow two-wicket win over South Africa in their opening ICC Women's World Cup match yesterday.Player-of-the-Match Taylor... Read More...

Ruddock breaks 55m hurdles record
LUBBOCK, TEXAS: THE two-day National Junior College Indoor Track and Field Championships, which came to an end on the compound of Texas Tech University on Saturday, saw Jamaican athletes walking away with five individual victories... Read More...

Thrilling finale looms at Alpart
NAIN, St Elizabeth: An enthralling day of cricket lies ahead on today's fourth and final day of the ninth round WICB Four-day Regional Championship clash between Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago at the Alpart Sports Club in St Elizabeth... Read More...

Leaders Harbour View clobber Meadhaven
Harbour View kept the top spot in the Digicel Premier League with a 3-0 convincing win over hosts Meadhaven United at Constant Spring Complex yesterday. Harbour View are now on 50 points and continue to share the top spot with Portmore United, who defeated Village 1-0.... Read More...

Aussie Hughes breaks George Headley's record
DURBAN, South Africa (AP): Australian opening batsman Phillip Hughes' contrasting centuries against South Africa in the second Test represented a special moment in his fledgling international career. The 20-year-old Hughes hit 136 not out as Australia reached 292-3 ... Read More...

Everton beat Boroto reach semi-finals
LONDON (AP): Marouane Fellaini and Louis Saha scored within seven minutes as Everton rallied to beat Middlesbrough 2-1 yesterday and join Manchester United and Chelsea in the FA Cup semi-finals. David Wheater's 44th-minute header... Read More...

Addlery goal sinks Honduras'top team
SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras (CMC): Jamaican Nicholas Addlery emerged hero again for the Puerto Rico Islanders as they toppled home side CD Marathon 1-0, to eliminate the top Honduras club from the CONCACAF Champions League. Going into the second leg ... Read More...

Wind wreaks havoc at Carifta Trials
On a windy day at the National Stadium East Complex, the nation's top junior athletes fought gallantly for places on Jamaica's Carifta Games team.On yesterday's final day of the two-day trials, the wind was problematic and the high jump bar was blown away ... Read More...

Under-20s rebound with 2-1 victory
Jamaica's young Reggae Boyz kept their hopes of booking a place in the youth World Cup in Egypt later this year in good stead, after getting by El Salvador 2-1 at the Dwight Yorke Stadium in Tobago yesterday, despite going to nine men late in the second half... Read More...